Awards for Outstanding Teaching Assistants

Recognizing Outstanding Teaching Assistants

The Faculty of Engineering recognizes the important role played by teaching assistants (TAs) in undergraduate education. As a result, the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award was created to acknowledge TAs who excel in their activities. The award is presented once a year to up to three (3) people who are TAs or Undergraduate Student Course Assistants and who have demonstrated excellence in teaching scholarship and service. Awardees will receive a monetary award and a certificate from the Faculty of Engineering.  Nominations are now being sought for courses taught in 2017

  • PDF icon Outstanding TA Fillable Nomination - Winter 2018
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    Previous Outstanding Teaching Assistants

    Meisam Asgari (Mechanical)
    Pierre-Alexandre Pascone (Chemical)
    Jonathan Verrett (Chemical)

    Ali Jahanbani  Ardakani (Electrical & Computer)
    Rami Sayer (Electrical & Computer)
    Philippe Versailles (Mechanical)

    Michael Baird (Electrical & Computer)
    Alireza Mirzaei (Civil & Applied Mechanics)
    Rolando Moreau (Civil & Applied Mechanics)
    Francis Ng (Architecture)

    Rahi Modirnia, (Electrical & Computer)
    Marwan Kanaan, (Electrical & Computer)
    Omid Sarbishei, (Electrical & Computer)

    Marwan Kanaan, (Electrical & Computer)
    Brian Hamilton, (Electrical & Computer)
    Mehrdad Kermani, (Mining & Materials)

    Steve Khoury (Electrical & Computer Engineering)
    Karim Allidina (Electrical & Computer Engineering)
    Bhavin Shastri (Electrical & Computer Engineering)

    Vahid Raissi Dehkordi (Electrical & Computer Engineering)
    Damien Claude Gilles (Civil Engineering)
    Charles Martin Ormsby (Civil Engineering)

    Christian Krelling (School of Urban Planning)
    Adrian Ngoly (Electrical & Computer Engineering)
    Dominic Sauvageau (Chemical Engineering)

    M. Azzi (Mining & Materials Engineering)
    I. Castillo (Chemical Engineering)
    K. Hikita (Civil Engineering/Architecture)

    J.S. Chenard (Electrical & Computer Engineering)
    J. Imtiaz (Electrical & Computer Engineering)
    M. Nunes (Civil Engineering)

    P. Navarra (Mining & Materials Engineering)

    D. Barclay (Mathematics & Statistics)
    D. Dionne (Electrical & Computer Engineering)
    S. Kashani (Mining & Materials Engineering)

    A. Blander (Mining & Materials Engineering)
    T. El-Ramahi (Civil Engineering)

    R. Gupta (Electrical & Computer Engineering)
    R. Harmouche (Electrical & Computer Engineering))
    K. Karagiozis (Mechanical Engineering)