Nominations are now open, and will be received until 31 January for the CSSHE Research and Scholarship Award.
The award will be conferred on a practicing scholar, post-Ph.D., with a significant publication record on any aspect of Canadian postsecondary education (with an emphasis on work published in the last five years), and who is expected to continue to make scholarly contributions to the field for some time to come.
The award is not intended to recognize teaching or service to institutions or to the profession.
Nominations may be made by anyone, though self-nominations will not be accepted. Nominations should include the following and be forwarded in electronic form by 31 January each year to Tim Howard at email@example.com.
- A letter of nomination explaining who the candidate is and why she or he is being nominated for a research award.
- A curriculum-vitae of the candidate.
- One or more examples of the published scholarship of the candidate.
|2009||Lesley Andres||The University of British Columbia|
|2006||Lynn McAlpine||McGill University|
|2004||D. Randy Garrison||The University of Calgary|
|2001||Glen A. Jones||OISE/University of Toronto|
|2000||John S. Levin||The University of Arizona|
|1999||Rodney A. Clifton &
|The University of Manitoba
Akinson College/York University
|1998||Sandra Acker||OISE/University of Toronto|
|1997||Philip Abrami &
Universite de Moncton
|1996||A.B. McKillop||Caleton University|
|1994||Janet Donald||McGill University|
|1993||Harry Murray||The University of Western Ontario|
|1992||Paul Axelrod||York University|
|1991||Raymond Perry||The University of Manitoba|
|1990||Michael Skolnik||OISE/University of Toronto|