March 2, 2023
We are delighted to announce that Jonathan Craft, Dickson Eyoh, Lilach Gilady, Antoinette Handley, Ruth Marshall, Kanta Murali, Robert Vipond and Melissa Williams have been named this year’s recipients of the Northrop Frye Award (Faculty Team Category) for their collaboration on ‘The Undergraduate Curriculum Renewal Project,’ which developed and implemented a major renovation of the undergraduate program in political science on the St. George campus.
Part of the university’s Awards of Excellence, given out annually by U of T’s Alumni Association, this year’s cohort of award recipients will be posted on the U of T Celebrates site in early April and will be shared with the university community via the Bulletin Brief.
The Northrop Frye Award is open to individual faculty members, individual librarians/staff members or teams of faculty and/or librarians/staff who have undertaken a teaching and learning project within the last five years that significantly enhanced the undergraduate student learning experience.
Photo: Northrop Frye, fondly remembered on campus for his outstanding lectures, about which generations of students have spoken and written about with delight, and for his unwavering commitment to teaching and learning. The Northrop Frye Award was established to honour Professor Frye’s legacy at the University of Toronto.