NOMINATION FORMS

The Nomination Period for 2016/17 is has not yet commenced! Stay tune for the opportunity to  nominate a student, faculty member or professor for one of the awards below. Instructions, deadlines and nominations forms will be released shortly.

NOMINATION-BASED AWARDS:

Teaching Excellence Award

The Teaching Excellence Award is given to a Faculty of Commerce professor for outstanding performance inside the classroom. This professor succeeds in creating an engaged and dynamic classroom atmosphere.

Nominees for this award are always providing advice and support to students to help them succeed academically. Nominees inspire students with their passion and unique style of teaching.

This award differs from the Len Henrikkson Award, as it only assesses teaching ability.

* Please note that the past three winners of the Teaching Excellence Award, Charles Martineau (2015), Perry Atwal (2014) and Bob Elton (2013) are not eligible for the award.
 

Len Henriksson Award

The Len Henriksson Award is given to a Faculty of Commerce professor who fosters an engaging, dynamic learning environment, both inside and outside the classroom. 
Immersed in academic and extracurricular student initiatives, nominees for this award are always providing advice and support to others. A catalyst to student success and a constant symbol of faculty involvement, nominees go above and beyond their teaching obligations. The winner of this award is someone who guides, and more importantly, inspires.
This award differs from the Teaching Excellence Award, in that it considers a professor’s extracurricular involvement, in addition to teaching ability.
 

CUS Inspiration Award

The Inspiration Award is given to a Faculty of Commerce staff member (UGO/BCC/Staff) who shows exceptional interest, passion, and dedication in the well-being of CUS students. Nominees for this award are always providing advice and support to others.
A catalyst to student success and a constant symbol of faculty involvement, nominees go above and beyond their obligations. The winner of this award is someone who guides, and more importantly, inspires.
This award differs from the Len Henriksson Award, in that it is awarded to a Faculty of Commerce staff member. Professors are not included in this award.
 

Alumni Award

The Alumni Award is given to a Sauder School of Business undergraduate alumnus who has made a significant impact on Commerce Undergraduate Society students, both inside and outside the classroom. Immersed in academic and extracurricular student initiatives, nominees for this award are always providing advice and support to others.

Nominees can be involved in many capacities, including being a guest speaker, mentor, conference and event participant, and facilitator of a CUS event or program. The winner of this award is someone who guides, and more importantly, inspires.

 

Mathew H Henderson Memorial Prize & Shield

A $2500 prize has been endowed in memory of Matthew H Henderson by the Graduating Class of 1957 on the occasion of their 40th anniversary.  The prize is awarded to the most outstanding male student in the graduating class of the Sauder School of Business.  The award is made by the Faculty on the basis of academic standing, personal qualities, and contributions to the Commerce Undergraduate Society and other campus activities.
*This award will be presented at the Commerce Last Class event.
 

Dorothy Anne Dilworth Memorial Prize & Shield

As a memorial to Dorothy Anne Dilworth, a graduate of the class of 1957, a prize of $2500 has been endowed by members of her family.  The prize is awarded to the most outstanding female student in the graduating class of the Sauder School of Business.  The award is made by the Faculty on the basis of academic standing, personal qualities, and contributions to the Commerce Undergraduate Society and other campus activities.
*This award will be presented at the Commerce Last Class event. 
 

CUS Sustainability Award

The CUS Sustainability Award seeks to recognize a CUS-affiliated club, conference or service that has made significant efforts in green initiatives and has demonstrated a commitment to sustainability leadership. Only one nomination needs to be submitted per club, and all completed nomination forms will be reviewed by a student evaluation committee to determine the winner.