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Events, Awards, FASS News
The Cormack Teaching Award winners spoke at the Cormack Symposium on the theme Why Care?: Teaching and the Ethic of Care. Left to right: Danielle Murdoch (Criminology), Marianne Ignace (First Nations Language Program and First Nations Studies), Panos Pappas (Linguistics), associate dean Catherine Murray and Nicolas Fillion (Philosophy).
The symposium featured a World Cafe format where the discussion addressed the question Why value the study of human behaviour?
Dean Jane Pulkingham and Dean's Medal winner Anke Kessler, Professor, Economics.
Gary George of the Office for Aboriginal Peoples invited people at the FASS Autumn Reception to join him in drumming a traditional welcome.
Dr. Grace Iarocci's Dean's Medal award was accepted by her graduate student Madelaine Ressel while Dr. Deb Connolly spoke to Grace’s achievements. Left to right: Dean Jane Pulkingham, Deb Connolly and Madelaine Ressel.
Dean Jane Pulkingham and Dean's Medal winner Jennifer Spear, Professor, Economics.
Dean Jane Pulkingham and Cormack Teaching Award winner Danielle Murdoch (Criminology).
Dean Jane Pulkingham and Cormack Teaching Award winner Nicolas Fillion (Philosophy).
Dean Jane Pulkingham and Cormack Teaching Award winner Panos Pappas (Linguistics).
Dean Jane Pulkingham and Cormack Teaching Award winner Marianne Ignace (First Nations Language Program and First Nations Studies).
Left to right: Dean Jane Pulkingham and Cormack Teaching Award winners Marianne Ignace (First Nations Language Program and First Nations Studies), Nicolas Fillion (Philosophy), Panos Pappas (Linguistics) and Danielle Murdoch (Criminology).
Left to right: Dean Jane Pulkingham and FASS Employee Achievement Award winners Eliza So, Malcolm Toms, Anthony Nguyen and Mark Deggan.
Left to right: Dean's Medal winners Jennifer Spear and Anke Kessler with Dean Jane Pulkingham.
Undergraduate Program Assistant Eliza So of Political Science won an award for individual work performance while Manager Network Operations Malcolm Toms received an award for lifetime contributions.
All FASS faculty, graduate students and staff were invited to the Autumn Reception on October 17, 2019, where Dean Jane Pulkingham presented this year’s Dean’s Medals for Academic Excellence, Cormack Teaching Awards, and FASS Employee Achievement Awards.
Dean's Medal Award winners
- Dr. Anke Kessler, Professor, Economics
- Dr. Jennifer Spear, Associate Professor, History
- Dr. Grace Iarocci, Professor, Psychology
- Dr. Danielle Murdoch, Criminology
- Dr. Nicolas Fillion, Philosophy
- Dr. Panos Pappas, Linguistics
- Dr. Marianne Ignace, First Nations Language Program and First Nations Studies
Winners of the 2019 FASS Employee Achievement Awards
- Lifetime contributions: Malcolm Toms, Manager, Network Operations
- Individual work performance: Eliza So, Undergraduate Program Assistant, Political Science
- Teaching assistant or tutor marker: Anthony Nguyen, Philosophy
- Sessional instructor: Nicole Muir, Psychology
- Limited term instructor: Mark Deggan, World Literature