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Thank a Prof | Remercie ton prof

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Do you have a professor who made a difference in your life as a student?

Or who goes the extra mile to help you out?

Or who just does something to make your day a little better?

Often, it's the small things that have a big impact.

Here's an opportunity for you to say “thanks!”

Your professor will receive a letter conveying the “thank you” and the reasons for it. Your name will not be included, so your identity will always remain confidential.

Teaching and Learning Services will post a list of all thanked professors and include sample "thank you" messages from students, also without student names.

Please note that all submissions will be reviewed before forwarding to professors.

As-tu un professeur qui a fait une différence dans ta vie étudiante?

Ou qui fait un effort supplémentaire pour t'aider?

Ou qui fait quelque chose pour égayer ta journée?

Souvent, ce sont les petites choses qui ont un grand impact.

Voici une occasion pour dire

Ton professeur recevra une lettre contenant ton mot de remerciement et les raisons de celui-ci. Ton nom ne sera pas inclus, donc ton identité restera toujours confidentielle.

Le Service de soutien pédagogique affichera une liste de tous les professeurs remerciés et incluront des exemples de messages de remerciement des étudiants, également sans le nom des étudiants.

Veuillez noter que toutes les soumissions seront examinées avant d'être transmises aux professeurs.

McGill University is on land which has served and continues to serve as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. Teaching and Learning Services acknowledges and thanks the diverse Indigenous peoples whose footsteps mark this territory on which peoples of the world now gather. This land acknowledgement is shared as a starting point to provide context for further learning and action.

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