The Board of Governors Chair in Teaching is a two-year position (with two-course relief per year). Candidates apply through the office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic). As part of the application, candidates submit a teaching-related proposal for the duration of their term.
Teaching Chairs serve on the Teaching Centre Advisory Council, including as Chair of the Council for the second year of their two-year term, and work with the Teaching Centre Council on its projects. One Teaching Chair is awarded per year.
BOG Teaching Chair Guidelines: board_of_governors_teaching_chair_guidelines
Board of Governors Teaching Chair 2018 - Dr. Anne Dymond
Anne Dymond continually challenges her development as an instructor as she seeks to meet the changing needs of her students. She promotes a classroom environment that celebrates engagement, inclusivity and critical thinking with a goal of creating a community of learners.
She is dedicated to her craft, understanding that all students have both strengths and challenges and recognizing the need to be flexible and willing to adapt to facilitate learning. Her classes promote active learning through engaging dialogue and activities, while her extra-curricular programming allows her students to step into the community and practice as experts in their field.
For her commitment to empowering students to pursue their passions in intelligent, thoughtful and meaningful ways, the University of Lethbridge is proud to bestow upon Anne Dymond the Board of Governors’ Teaching Chair.
|2017||Janay Nugent (History)|
|2016||David Slomp (Education)|
|2015||Lisa Doolittle (Fine Arts)|
|2014||Sheila McManus (History)|
|2013||Harold Jansen (Political Science)|
|2012||Lance Grigg (Education)|
|2011||Janice Newberry (Anthropology)|
|2010||Robin Bright (Education)|
|2009||Hillary Rodrigues (Religious Studies)|
|2008||Rick Mrazek (Education)|
|2007||Shelly Wismath (Mathematics and Computer Science)|