Presenting at STLHE 2018? Apply for the TAGSA Award

STLHE 2018 meeting

If you are presenting at the Annual Conference of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE), which will be held in Sherbrooke, Québec from the 19th to the 22nd of June of 2018, you can apply for the TAGSA Award for Outstanding Conference Session Led by a Graduate Student. Established in 2013, the Award recognizes a graduate student who facilitates an outstanding conference student-led session at the annual STLHE conference. You can a blog post about the 2017 winners of the Award:  Alyona Koulanova and AryelMaharaj of the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC), for their presentation “Fit-Breaks: A Physical Activity-Based Intervention for the University Classroom.”

The award, which is sponsored by the STLHE and the conference organizers, includes a certificate, reimbursement of all conference registration fees, acknowledgement on the STLHE website and in the STLHE newsletter, a one-year complimentary membership to TAGSA and STLHE.

Who is eligible?

Graduate students (including TAGSA members) who are currently enrolled in a Master’s or Doctoral program at a post-secondary institution or who are enrolled in a Master’s or Doctoral program at a post-secondary institution in the most recent academic year (2017-2018).

How to apply?

Graduate students (including but not limited to TAGSA members) who have had a proposal accepted to the STLHE conference and who are interested in being considered for the TAGSA Award must submit an application to the Chairs of the TAGSA SIG via email. For details, please visit the Award website which outlines the application process.

When is the application due?

Candidate applications must be submitted by email with “TAGSA Award” in the subject line no later than 11 May 2018 to tagsa@stlhe.ca.

For enquiries about the award, please contact tagsa@stlhe.ca.

 

 

 

 

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