Graduate Education

  • FIFSW Supervision Excellence Award

    The FIFSW Supervision Excellence Award recognizes a member of the Teaching Faculty for outstanding contributions in: 

  • David E. Hunt Award for Excellence in Graduate Education

    This award was created as a tribute to Professor David Hunt on the occasion of his retirement from OISE, to honor his 50 years of university teaching, and in recognition of his exceptional contributions to graduate teaching. The award recognizes faculty members for sustained contributions to teaching, supervision and mentorship of students in graduate education […]

  • Peggy Leatt Knowledge & Impact Award

    Recognition of a recipient annually for achievements in developing transformative evidence on ways and means to improve healthcare and health systems. The ideal candidates for this award will be healthcare scholars – whether based in a Canadian University or elsewhere – whose efforts have created a key platform of evidence that has shaped health system […]

  • Louise Lemieux-Charles Health System Leadership Award

    Recognition for a candidate demonstrating leadership in bringing about measurable positive change, using innovative approaches to change and motivating others to improve the health system.

  • Eugenie Stuart Award for Program Leadership

    Recipients will be selected by a peer review process adjudicated by the IHPME Awards Committee. Performance in the following areas of teaching/mentoring will be considered as appropriate for each award:

  • Eugenie Stuart Teaching Award

    Recipients will be selected by for each program (CEHCR; MHI; MHSc; HSR; HPER; QIPS & SLI) by peer review process adjudicated by the IHPME Awards Committee. Performance in the following areas of teaching/mentoring will be considered as appropriate for each award:

  • Eugenie Stuart Award for Best Mentor

    Recipients will be selected by a peer review process adjudicated by the IHPME Awards Committee. Performance in the following areas of teaching/mentoring will be considered as appropriate for each award:

  • Eugenie Stuart Award for Best Thesis Supervisor

    Recipients will be selected by a peer review process adjudicated by the IHPME Awards Committee. Performance in the following areas of teaching/mentoring will be considered as appropriate for each award:

  • Public Health Sciences Awards for Excellence in Teaching – Open

    Effective teachers in our School have shaped the thinking of a generation of public health professionals and researchers. An award is given each year to recognize excellence, outstanding effort, and impact of teaching in the classroom (in person and/or online). Teaching includes activities such as but not limited to lectures, webinars/seminars, tutorials, workshops, discussions, and […]

  • Public Health Sciences Awards for Excellence in Teaching – Early Career

    Effective teachers in our School have shaped the thinking of a generation of public health professionals and researchers. An award is given each year to recognize excellence, outstanding effort, and impact of teaching in the classroom (in person and/or online). Teaching includes activities such as but not limited to lectures, webinars/seminars, tutorials, workshops, discussions, and […]