Recipients named for CMU-OCASA Outstanding Research Award

OCASA and CMU Global Campus is excited to announce the 2014 recipient of the CMU-OCASA Outstanding Research Award. Andrew Thornton, an instructor in business and technical writing courses at Seneca, is being awarded the honour for his study: The Perceptions of Self-efficacy of Ph.D. Instructors Teaching Community College Students in Southern Ontario.

Honourable Mention goes to Sandra Linardi, an instructor at the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto. Also nominated was Joanne Campagna, Director of Education at Everest College.

Honours will be giving on June 23 during OCASA's awards banquet, part of the conference opening for 2014 Leaders & Innovators, at Kingbridge Conference Centre, King City

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