Chris receives nomination for 2014 J.E.A. Crake Teaching Award

Chris has just been informed that he has been nominated for the 2014 J.E.A. Crake Teaching Award in the Faculty of Science at Mount Allison University. Up to three awards are offered each year, one for each faculty: Science, Arts, and Social Sciences. The 2013 J.E.A. Crake Teaching Award in the Faculty of Science was … Continue reading Chris receives nomination for 2014 J.E.A. Crake Teaching Award

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Chris and Neal present at the 2013 Association of Atlantic Universities Teaching Showcase

On Saturday, October 26th, the 2013 Association of Atlantic Universities Teaching Showcase was hosted at Mount Allison University. The theme of this year's showcase was "Assessment: teaching, learning, and quality." One of the sub-themes was "Making assessment part of learning, not apart from it," and it was under this sub-theme that Chris delivered a 25-minute … Continue reading Chris and Neal present at the 2013 Association of Atlantic Universities Teaching Showcase

Chris interviewed by CHMA 106.9 FM

Chris was interviewed today by the local radio station at Mount Allison University, CHMA 106.9 FM. Summer Events Producer David White sat down with Chris and spoke about his role as the Margaret and Wallace McCain Postdoctoral Fellow, his research and teaching activities, and- of particular interest- the upcoming special topics course being developed by … Continue reading Chris interviewed by CHMA 106.9 FM

Chris officially accepts MASU Excellence in Teaching Award nomination

Chris is honoured and ecstatic to officially accept a nomination for a Mount Allison Students' Union (MASU) Excellence in Teaching Award. He was informed of the nomination midday on Monday, April 15th, and is currently gathering supporting documents and additional materials for the next phase of deliberations. Thank you to MASU, and especially the students … Continue reading Chris officially accepts MASU Excellence in Teaching Award nomination

What’s cooking in the classroom?

When you're the Margaret and Wallace McCain Postdoctoral Fellow at Mount Allison University- the Maclean's-ranked top primarily-undergraduate university in Canada- teaching, in addition to research, is a huge part of the job. To see what Chris has been up to with regards to his teaching duties, have a look at the newly-created Teaching section of this … Continue reading What’s cooking in the classroom?

“Immunochemistry” comes to an end

... and with that final class, the Fall 2012 semester's edition of Immunochemistry (BIOC 4011) at Mount Allison University has come to an end! Immunochemistry is a course that explores various facets of immunology at the biochemical, molecular, cellular, and even systemic levels, with an emphasis on the biochemical. This semester, the course was essentially … Continue reading “Immunochemistry” comes to an end