Achievements, Awards

2017 Cormack Teaching Award Winners

September 14, 2017
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The Cormack Awards were created in 2010 to recognize excellent and innovative teaching within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; nominations may come from students, colleagues, Chairs or Directors. The two winners will receive their awards at the Faculty's autumn reception in October 2017. 

Congratulations to the winners and to all of the nominees for 2017!

Dr. Rebecca Cobb. Associate Professor, Psychology

As a member of the Clinical Science and Social Psychology areas in the Department of Psychology since 2004, Dr. Rebecca Cobb teaches upper division undergraduate courses in sexuality, close relationships and couples therapy.  She is an active supervisor of students at all levels, and has served as Undergraduate Chair for two years.   

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Dr. Ashley Farris-Trimble, Assistant Professor, Linguistics

Dr. Farris-Trimble joined the Department of Linguistics in 2013, teaching courses ranging from “Child Phonological Acquisition”, “Winners and Losers in Phonology” and “Experimental Methods in Phonology.”  In addition to involving her undergraduate students in her research and in class, she is also director of the Phonological Processing Lab,  which focuses on child language acquisition and adult phonological processing.

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