Nomination Guidelines and Award Conditions
The Faculty of Humanities Award for Excellence in Research and Creative Activity is an internal award that recognizes a consistent track record of outstanding research or creative achievements appropriate to the nominee’s discipline.
2022: R. Andrew McDonald, Department of History
2021: Leah Knight, Department of English Language and Literature
2020: Adam Dickinson, Department of English Language and Literature
2019: Keri Cronin, Department of Visual Arts
2018: Angus Smith, Department of Classics
2017: Donna Szoke, Department of Visual Arts
2016: no recipient
2015: Joe Norris, Department of Dramatic Arts
2014: Michael Carter, Department of Classics
Tenured and tenure-track members of the Faculty of Humanities are eligible. A nomination shall remain in competition for two years. Unsuccessful nominees may withdraw their application from consideration for the second year or may update their dossiers. After two competitions, unsuccessful nominees may be renominated through the usual nomination process.
Faculty members are to be nominated by two members of the Faculty of Humanities at Brock. The completed nomination form and the supporting documentation listed on page 3 of the Nomination Form should be submitted electronically to the Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies, Faculty of Humanities.
Nominations will be adjudicated by the Advisory Board of the Humanities Research Institute. The Committee recommends to the Dean, Faculty of Humanities, one or more of the nominees for the award, but it is not obliged to recommend any in a given year. The Dean, Faculty of Humanities, will make the final decision in consultation with the committee.
A consistent track record of outstanding research or creative achievements.
Recipients will present a lecture, sponsored by the Humanities Research Institute.