2022 JJ Berry Smith Doctoral Supervision Awards

School of Graduate Studies, University of Toronto

The School of Graduate Studies Supervision Awards aim to recognize outstanding performance in the multiple roles associated with graduate student supervision. Each year, two JJ Berry Smith Doctoral Supervision Awards and two SGS Early Career Supervision Awards will be offered to successful nominees: one of each award in the Humanities/Social Sciences and in the Physical/Life Sciences.

Each Award recipient receives an SGS Supervision Award certificate, an SGS Travel or Conference Grant (up to $5000) for a current student to support their research travel or conference presentation. Award winners have their names inscribed on a plaque housed at the School of Graduate Studies

The annual SGS Graduate Student Supervision Awards honour active faculty members who, over a minimum of a 15-year period (JJ Berry Smith Doctoral Supervision Award) or up to 6 years (SGS Early Career Supervision Award), have demonstrated excellence in supervision at the University of Toronto by:

inspiring and guiding students to reach excellence in scholarship;
providing an environment that is supportive and stimulating;
enabling students to learn the essential methodologies, concepts and cultures of their discipline;
introducing students to the wider content of the discipline and relevant communities of scholars;
positioning students for future careers both within and outside academe;
fostering a strong sense of academic integrity.

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