Community Partners and Non-Core Faculty Teaching Awards

The Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy acknowledges the great contributions made to Occupation Therapy education with a number of awards for our community partners and our status faculty.

Some of the nominations for the awards are made by students and others are made by community members and faculty.

All nominations are to be submitted online via Survey Monkey. Information will be posted annually as the deadline approaches.

Student Nomination Categories – Non-Core Faculty Awards

Students may nominate candidates for the following awards:

Fieldwork Supervisor Recognition Awards: These awards are for persons who provide outstanding student supervision during block fieldwork sessions, as recognized by student(s).

Mentor Recognition Awards: These awards are for persons who have been an outstanding mentor in the mentorship course, as recognized by student(s).

Lab Demonstrator Recognition Awards: These awards are for persons who have been an outstanding small group leader, in areas such as divergent case method learning, lab demonstration/facilitation/instruction, and/or seminar facilitation, as recognized by student(s).

Faculty/Community Nomination Categories

 

Exceptional Guest Lecturer: This award will be given to an individual who, based on feedback from students on guest lecturer evaluations, excelled as a lecturer. She/he was powerful and able to motivate and inspire the students.

Exceptional Fieldwork Teaching: This award will be given to an individual who has consistently excelled as a fieldwork preceptor by providing a superior learning experience for a variety of student learners over a number of years.

Numerous Contributions during Academic Year: This award will be given to an individual who has been involved in several areas of occupational therapy education, including outstanding lectures, DCM learning, other brief teaching, small group leader, block fieldwork supervisor as well as course/curriculum development or co-ordination.

Numerous Contributions during Academic Year: This award will be given to an organization who has been involved in several areas of occupational therapy education, including outstanding lectures, DCM learning, other brief teaching, small group leader, block fieldwork supervisor as well as course/curriculum development or co-ordination.

Sustained Outstanding Service Contribution: This award will be given to an individual who has been involved in areas of service in the Department of OS&OT for a consistent period of time of 3 years or longer. Areas of service can include, but are not limited to, committee work, admissions review, curriculum review, fieldwork coordination.

Sustained Outstanding Teaching Contribution: This award will be given to an individual who has been involved and excelled in occupational therapy teaching, including the above categories for a consistent period of time of 3 years or longer.

Sustained Outstanding Teaching Contribution: This award will be given to an organization that has been involved and excelled in occupational therapy teaching, including the above categories for a consistent period of time of 3 years or longer.