A Tradition of Teaching Excellence

John Grant McLoughlin - Faculty of EducationUniversity of New Brunswick is proud of its 225 year history of teaching excellence, engaging students in new and innovative ways since our institution was established.

The tradition continues today with multiple teaching award winners sharing their passion with students and keeping the experience fresh every year.  Whether it is the national 3M Teaching Fellowship, recognition from the Association of Atlantic Universities, or a local award, we are building a strong teaching tradition.

Hear from some of our award winning teachers - find out what drives them to higher levels of engagement with their students.  Our creative services team has captured the essence of these who have honed their teaching skills to be the best in the field.

Teaching AwardsJane Fritz - Acting VP Academic, Lyle Hamm - Allan P. Stuart Award Recipient, & Alan Sears, Faculty of Education

Every year faculty and instructors who are doing an outstanding job are recognized with teaching awards.  Curious about who has won recent awards? We have a list of award recipients from the last ten years, and you'll see that it includes winners from nearly every faculty and department.  Many of these have gone on to be recognized on the regional or national stage.

Once per year, CETL publishes a newsletter celebrating Teaching Award winners:

2016 Celebrating Teaching & Learning Excellence at UNB Newsletter

2015 Celebrating Teaching & Learning Excellence at UNB Newsletter

2014 Celebrating Teaching & Learning Excellence at UNB Newsletter

2013 Celebrating Teaching & Learning Excellence at UNB Newsletter

2012 Celebrating Teaching & Learning Excellence at UNB Newsletter

2011 Celebrating Teaching & Learning Excellence at UNB Newsletter