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ISSOTL Awards

ISSOTL Distinguished Service Award

ISSOTL grants honorary life memberships to people for distinguished service to the scholarship of teaching and learning and/or to ISSOTL. There will be no more than two such awards per year, and lifetime members will pay no fees for membership.

  • Craig Nelson (2009)
  • Pat Hutchings (2009)
  • Keith Trigwell (2010)
  • Mike Prosser (2010)
  • Barbara Cambridge (2011)
  • Mary Taylor Huber (2011)
  • Gary Poole (2012)
  • Lee Shulman (2013)
  • Dan Bernstein (2015)
  • Mick Healey (2015)
  • Jennifer Meta Robinson (2016)
  • Nancy Chick (2017)
  • Mary Ann Danielson (2018)
  • Peter Felten (2018)

ISSOTL Fellows Program

The ISSOTL Fellowship recognizes leaders who have made exemplary contributions to the scholarship of teaching in learning at the local, national, regional, and/or international levels. The community of ISSOTL Fellows embodies the highest ideals of teaching and learning and scholarship with a commitment to supporting established and emerging learners and scholars in the pursuit of knowledge creation and knowledge sharing. This fellowship – at its core – is a community of learners committed to scholarship, mentorship, leadership, and engagement in SoTL in its many forms.

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Student Presentation Awards

ISSOTL awards two student presentation awards each year at the annual conference, for best presentation led by a student and best poster presentation led by a student. Students receive a one year membership in the Society.

  • Kali Legg (2013, Best Student Presentation)
  • Ken Hubbell (2013, Best Student Poster)
  • Mousumi De (2016, Best Student Presentation, Tie)
  • Lucy Mercer-Mapstone (2016, Best Student Presentation, Tie)
  • Ashley Akenson (2016, Best Student Poster)
  • Cynthia Korpan, University of Victoria, Canada (2017, Best Student Presentation)
  • Aakriti Kapoor, University of Toronto, Canda (2017, Best Student Poster)
  • Victoria Myhand (2018, Best Student Poster)
  • Angela Zito (2018, Best Student Presentation)

ISSOTL Emerging Scholars Fund

ISSOTL’s goal is to “foster inquiry and disseminate findings about what improves and articulates post-secondary learning and teaching.” We recognize the importance of engaging emerging scholars who are interested in the scholarship of teaching and learning. We are dedicated to supporting this new talent and encouraging the engagement of students through sharing of ideas, networking, and learning at the annual ISSOTL conference.

The Emerging Scholars Fund facilitates this engagement by inviting currently registered post-secondary students to apply for a conference fee waiver to attend the ISSOTL conference.

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