Dramatic Arts Professor Karen Fricker receives Excellence in Teaching Award at McGill University

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Dramatic Arts Professor Karen Fricker receives Excellence in Teaching Award at McGill University

Published on April 05 2013


The Department of Dramatic Arts at Brock University congratulates Professor Karen Fricker for her recent Award for Excellence in Teaching at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.  Professor Fricker is the first recipient of The Charles Bronfman and Rita Mayo Award for Excellence in Teaching at the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada . This is based on evaluations of her Fall, 2013 course, Performing Québec in the Global Age. The award was granted by a jury consisting of Professors Robert Leckey and Nathalie Cooke, and MISC Director Will Straw.

The Award was established in 2012 with a gift from Heather Munro-Blum and Leonard Solomon-Blum. The Award recognizes outstanding teaching at the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada in the Faculty of Arts, with special emphasis on advancing the interest of students in the study of Canada. All faculty in the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada are eligible for the Award, which has a total value of $1,000.

The MISC congratulates Professor Fricker on this Award and thanks her for her excellent contributions to their teaching program.
 
See the original news posting on the website of the MISC at McGill University.
 
Professor Karen Fricker

Professor Karen Fricker, Department of Dramatic Arts