TLSS - Teaching and Learning Support Service

Excellence Award for TAs Recipients

Several outstanding uOttawa Teaching Assistants (TA) received a recognition from the Teaching and Learning Support Service (TLSS) for their achievements, their contribution and their dedication to the students who are entrusted to them as Teaching Assistants; a role that is pivotal to the quality of learning and the student experience.

The TLSS' Excellence Award for Teaching Assistants Program, as part of the Employee Giving Program Campaign, is the result of a special project created and funded by the TLSS' employees. The award aims to value the work of Teaching Assistants and their remarkable contribution in the classrooms. This annual program gives out an Excellence Award in three categories: Science, Humanities and Online Course, each award comes in the form of a $500 prize.

Each year, the TLSS awards 3 Excellence Awards and honourable mention certificates to deserving TAs :


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Julie Raymond
Faculty of Social Sciences

Nicholas Ravanelli
Faculty of Health Sciences

Humanities - Online Learning
Valerie Shepherd
Faculty of Social Sciences

Teaching assistants who received an honourable mention

As the selection committee received a large number of applications, it was decided award 6 honourable mentions in addition to the 3 Excellence Awards.

Melissa Johnson Faculty of Social Sciences Humanities
Radamis Zaky Faculty of Social Sciences Humanities
Mark Farine Faculty of Arts Humanities
Kathy Chan Faculty of Arts Humanities
Michelle Chaput Faculty of Arts Humanities
Danijela Maras Faculty of Social Sciences Humanities


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