Teaching excellence comes alive at Laurier through our community of exceptional educators.
The Wilfrid Laurier University Teaching Fellowship program cultivates a culture of teaching excellence and student success by harnessing the diverse skills and experiences of the fellowship community. Together with colleagues and Teaching and Learning, the Laurier Teaching Fellows advance teaching and learning at all levels of campus and community.
Together, the teaching fellows are committed to:
Demonstrating educational leadership and teaching excellence on our campuses, in our communities and beyond.
Promoting innovative teaching and learning practices across the university.
Facilitating dialogue and collaboration among faculty on teaching, learning and student success.
Establishing a network of educational colleagues who will collaborate, facilitate dialogue and promote teaching excellence, learning and student success.
Meet Laurier's Teaching Fellows
Richelle Monaghan (2022): Community Health and Biology
Edmund Pries (2019): Global Studies and Religion and Culture
Bruce Gillespie (2017): Digital Media and Journalism
Ken Maly (2015): Chemistry and Biochemistry
Deena Mandell (2014): Social Work
Gavin Brockett (2014): History and Religion and Culture
Eileen Wood (2014): Psychology
Steve MacNeil (2013): Chemistry and Biochemistry
Mercedes Rowinsky-Geurts (2013): Languages and Literatures