Nominations invited for awards to recognize graduate student contributions to teaching

The Centre for Teaching and Learning is calling for nominations for two awards recognizing contributions by graduate and teaching assistants to the University's learning environment.

Nominations for the GA/TA Award for Educational Practice and the GA/TA Award for Educational Leadership must be submitted no later than April 13.

“These awards help us to honour exemplary GAs and TAs on campus,” says teaching and learning specialist Michael Potter. “They are intended to provide incentive and encouragement for GA/TAs who are committed to scholarly educational practice and leadership while contributing to student and faculty pride in teaching and learning at the University of Windsor.”

Details—including criteria, eligibility, and nominations forms—are available on the centre’s Web site. Questions and comments may be directed to Michael Potter at

Paul Moffat and Melanie Santarossa

Paul Moffatt is the winner of the 2011 GATA Award for Educational Leadership; Melanie Santarossa won a 2011 GATA Award for Educational Practice.