The Rennie Gaulton Award for Excellence in Teaching
In 2009, the Psychology Department lost one of its most dedicated teachers, Rennie Gaulton, to cancer. During the 30 years Rennie taught psychology, he inspired many students to learn more about the field, many of whom went on to pursue a degree in psychology. He pioneered new methods of teaching and evaluating psychology, and his enthusiasm for teaching was shared with all those who took his classes. To honour Rennie’s commitment to teaching psychology, the department has created the Rennie Gaulton Award for Excellence in Teaching. This award will be presented to a faculty member in the department who demonstrates the same dedication to undergraduate teaching that Rennie did.
The deadline for nominations is March 26, 2014. Download the form and read the full description here.
The Psychology Society Award
The Psychology Society Award has been established by the students of the Psychology Society to encourage and support their fellow students. This award will be given to an undergraduate student majoring in Psychology or Behavioural Neuroscience who is beyond his or her second year of study and meets the minimum academic requirements for an award.
The deadline for nominations is March 24, 2014. Download the form and read the full description here.