Each year OCUFA recognizes outstanding teachers and academic librarians in Ontario universities through its Teaching and Academic Librarianship Awards.
This award is celebrates the outstanding contributions to the advancement of women professors, academic librarians, and other members of academic staff at Ontario universities.
It honours and recognizes the dedication of those whose leadership has helped improve the lives and working conditions of academic women and, by extension, their families, friends, and colleagues. The award recognizes the exceptional people whose efforts to advance the position of academic women have improved the profession.
Established in 2011 by the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations to honour their retired Executive Director, the fellowship is awarded to a full-time graduate student at a publicly-assisted Ontario University who has demonstrated academic excellence, shows exceptional academic promise, and has provided significant community service in his/her university career. Financial needs of students may be a selection factor.
The successful candidate will be expected to produce and deliver a paper within one year of receiving the award to the OCUFA Board on a topic related to or resulting from his/her thesis or dissertation research.
The Lorimer Award is established in honour of Joyce and Doug Lorimer of the Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty Association and is instituted to honour and recognize outstanding contributions to improving the terms and conditions of employment of Ontario university faculty through bargaining.
Le Prix Lorimer a été créé en hommage à Joyce et Doug Lorimer de l’Association des professeurs de l’Université Wilfrid-Laurier et a pour but d’honorer et de reconnaître les contributions exceptionnelles en vue d’améliorer les conditions d’emploi des professeurs d’université et des bibliothécaires universitaires de l’Ontario par le truchement de négociations.