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Warren Ober Award for Outstanding Teaching by Graduate Students Within the Faculty of Arts

Award type: 
Scholarships
Award description: 

The Warren Ober Awards for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Student may be granted to graduate students who have made significant contributions to teaching within the Faculty of Arts. The amount of the awards may vary depending on the annual endowment yield. The award is open to individuals who are currently involved, or have recently been involved, in teaching University of Waterloo undergraduate students while themselves pursuing a course of study leading to a graduate degree within the Faculty of Arts. The awards were initiated with funds provided to Dr. Warren Ober, a now retired Professor of English, as an early recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award. Students must be nominated in February by a faculty member.

Value: 
$500
Eligibility & selection criteria: 

Recipients will be currently or recently involved, in teaching University of Waterloo undergraduate students while pursuing an Arts graduate degree.

Level: 
Masters, Doctoral
Program:
Arts→Accounting, Anthropology (Public issues), Classical Studies, Digital Experience Innovation, Economics, English, Fine Arts, French Studies, German/Russian, Global Governance, History, Peace & Conflict Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Service, Religious Studies, Social Work, Sociology and Legal Studies, Taxation
Citizenship: 
Canadian/Permanent resident, International/study permit student
Selection process: 
Student selected automatically by Faculty/Department
Term: 
Winter
Contact: 

Please contact your Department/program Graduate Co-ordinator for further information regarding this award.