Awards :: Research Award

Nominations are now open, and will be received until 28 February 2011 for the 2011 CSSHE Research Award.

The award is meant to be conferred on a practicing scholar in mid-career with an established reputation for publishing outstanding research on any aspect of Canadian postsecondary education. A scholar in mid-career is defined as an individual who, in addition to having an established reputation for scholarship in Canadian higher education, will continue to contribute to research in the field for some time to come.

The award will be made on the basis of published research on Canadian higher education, with particular emphasis given to work published in the last five years. The award is not meant to recognize teaching or service to institutions or the profession.

In reviewing and evaluating nominations, members of the committee shall consider the quality of scholarship and the contribution of each candidate to the study of higher education in Canada.

The Nomination

Nominations may be made by anyone, though self-nominations will not be accepted. Nominations should include the following and be forwarded in electronic form by 28 February 2011 to Walter Archer, Vice President of CSSHE, at walter.archer@ualberta.ca.

  1. A letter of nomination explaining who the candidate is and why she or he is being nominated for a research award.
  2. A curriculum-vitae of the candidate.
  3. One or more examples of the published scholarship of the candidate.

For further information, please contact Walter Archer, Vice President of CSSHE, at walter.archer@ualberta.ca.

 

Past Recipient

Year

Recipient

University

2011

Not Awarded

 

2010

Not Awarded

 

2009

Lesley Andres

The University of British Columbia

2008

Not Awarded

 

2007

Not Awarded

 

2006

Lynn McAlpine

McGill University

2005

Not Awarded

 

2004

D. Randy Garrison

The University of Calgary

2003

Not Awarded

 

2002

Not Awarded

 

2001

Glen A. Jones

OISE/University of Toronto

2000

John S. Levin

The University of Arizona

1999

Rodney A. Clifton &
Paul Grayson

The University of Manitoba
Akinson College/York University

1998

Sandra Acker

OISE/University of Toronto

1997

Philip Abrami &
Gilles Nadeau

Concordia University
Universite de Moncton

1996

A.B. McKillop

Caleton University

1995

Not Awarded

 

1994

Janet Donald

McGill University

1993

Harry Murray

The University of Western Ontario

1992

Paul Axelrod

York University

1991

Raymond Perry

The University of Manitoba

1990

Michael Skolnik

OISE/University of Toronto

 

 

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