Congratulations to this year's winners:
Early Researcher of the Year: Geneviève Boucher, Département de français
The Early Researcher of the Year award is given each year in recognition of the outstanding work of a professor at the Faculty of Arts in the early stages of their academic research career. Geneviève Boucher, a professor in the Département de français, is the 2017 recipient of this prestigious award for her work in her project Extrémisme révolutionnaire et esthétique du choc: le sublime dans l’imaginaire social de la Terreur, which is the topic a book she is currently writing.
Professor of the Year: Éric Mathieu, Department of Linguistics
Éric Mathieu, a professor in the Department of Linguistics, has won the 2017 Professor of the Year award, presented at Celebration Research. This prize is awarded to a distinguished professor in recognition of excellence in teaching, research and service to the University community. A prolific researcher, an engaged professor and a novelist, Professor Mathieu is clearly deserving of this prestigious award.
Distinguished Teaching Award: May Telmissany, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
May Telmissany, professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, is the winner of the 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award. This award was created to recognize professors who excel in teaching and whose contributions significantly enhance students’ academic experience. Professor Telmissany stands out for the quality of her research and her commitment to her students. For example, in order to provide the best possible experience for her students, she developed student exchange agreements with Egyptian and Emirati Universities.
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