Nominate your favourite professors and TAs for an award by clicking the link below! This gives you the opportunity to recognize excellent educators and appreciate their contribution to the McMaster community. Nominations for Winter 2020 will be open from January 20th-February 2nd, 2020
Nominate your favourite professors and TAs for an award by clicking the link below! This gives you the opportunity to recognize excellent educators and appreciate their contribution to the McMaster community. Nominations for Fall 2019 will be open from October 28th - November 8th, 2019.
MSU Teaching Award nominations are open from now till midnight on Wednesday, Feb. 6th! All students are invited and encouraged to nominate their current profs, instructors, and TAs and help to celebrate excellence in teaching at McMaster. Show your profs your appreciation by taking a minute to submit a nomination at msmcmaster.ca/TAC!
Nominate your favourite professors and TAs for an award by clicking the link below! This gives you the opportunity to recognize excellent educators and appreciate their contribution to the McMaster community. Nominations for Fall 2018 will be open from October 29th - November 9th, 2018.
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Know an excellent professor that has improved your educational experience? How about a teaching assistant that ensured engaging tutorials? Nominate them here, for an McMaster Students Union Teaching Award!
There have been many instances where students walk out of terrible exams, collectively hoping for a bell curve. Most of us are familiar with bell curving and have hoped for one at several points in our own undergraduate careers, but does bell curving actually benefit students?
Got a great professor? Then make sure you nominate them for a teaching award starting Oct 5th! We’ll be in MUSC this week accepting nominations for both professors and TAs. All you have to do, is pick a professor and head to the student centre. You can also nominate online at: www.msumcmaster.ca/tac
If you’re confused as to which professor to pick, that’s fine! Here’s a list of reasons explaining why your professor deserves to be nominated! #AGreatProfIs
Next week is busy for McMaster Students. Students will be able to nominate their professors and teaching assistants for teaching awards. Be sure to check out www.msumcmaster.ca/tac starting October 5th for more information. In addition to this exciting opportunity, students can start voting in the satellite polling station in Celebration Hall from the 5th to the 8th. At this station you are able to vote in any riding across Canada that you have proof of residence in! The Teaching Awards Committee has made a short list of why it’s important that YOU vote this October.
Maccess, a series of events and discussion on various (dis)abilities and how they affect students on campus, will be running the entirety of this week. Each day features distinct programming with the aim of raising awareness of the wide spectrum of ability related issues on campus. This is so important as the barriers that make a campus or a classroom inaccessible are as diverse as our students at Mac.
With a great year coming to a close, where the committee recieved the highest number of student nominations in the history of the service, it is our pleasure to announce the winners of this years awards.