Volume 90, Issue 66

Wednesday, January 22, 1997




Grade A

For the second year in a row, students have the chance to nominate a professor of their choice for an excellence in undergraduate teaching award.

Four lucky professors will receive an award of $1,500 and will get a certificate in the Award of Merit ceremony at the end of the year.

"It allows students to give something back to their favourite professors and allows them to have a hand in directly influencing the quality of education," Chris Walsh, University Students' Council VP-student issues said.

The selection committee will narrow the competition down to 16 candidates and will make a final decision based on an in-class assessment.

Nominations run Jan. 20-31 and forms are available in the USC office, from faculty student councils and through academic counselling offices in each faculty.
–Sandra Dimitrakopoulos

Money, that's what I want
Students who want to learn how to keep money in their pockets can take advantage of a free seminar today.

Tom Burnett will discuss investment strategies for students at 1 p.m. in the University Community Centre's McKellar Room. The talk is part of the University Students' Council's financial awareness week.


In yesterday's Gazette, Rob Nutall was incorrectly identified as a masters student in physiotherapy. He is actually a physiology student. The Gazette regrets the error.

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