Distinguished Researcher Award

The purpose of the award is to recognize an individual who has made a long-term, sustained contribution to research into university continuing education and/or adult education in Canada.

Nomination Process:
In the case of each award, individuals from CAUCE member institutions may nominate their peers. The nomination should describe the contribution made by the nominee to the field and provide a rationale of why the person is a deserving winner of the award.

Year

Distinguished Researcher Award Winners

2013

Lorraine Carter, Nipissing University
Vernon Curran, Memorial University of Newfoundland

2012

Tom Nesbit, Simon Fraser University

2011

Scott McLean, University of Calgary

2010

Randy Garrison, University of Calgary

2007

Gordon Thompson, University of Saskatchewan

1999

Earl Misanchuk, University of Saskatchewan

Distinguished Researcher Award

I hereby nominate the following individual for Distinguished Researcher Award:
Please attach a summary of the nominee’s contributions to the objectives of CAUCE and to the development of University Continuing Education in Canada. You may include other supplementary information as well. Please prepare one PDF or zip file.

This nomination is submitted by:
The deadline for nomination is March 15th of each year.