Congratulations to Alan V. Morgan, 3M Teaching Fellow 2010 – Trevor Holmes

The Society for Teaching and Learning (STLHE) awards up to ten 3M Teaching Fellowships annually. We are thrilled to hear that recently-retired Earth Sciences Professor Alan V. Morgan has become the third University of Waterloo recipient in the award’s 25-year history. Alan’s passion for his subject area is infectious; over a career, he has influenced countless learners of all ages.

For further information, see the Daily Bulletin and the STLHE/Maclean’s announcement.


The Centre for Teaching Excellence welcomes contributions to its blog. If you are a faculty member, staff member, or student at the University of Waterloo (or beyond!) and would like contribute a posting about some aspect of teaching or learning, please contact Mark Morton or Trevor Holmes.

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As Senior Instructional Developer, Curriculum and Programming, Trevor Holmes plans and delivers workshops and events in support of faculty across the career span. Prior to joining the Centre for Teaching Excellence, Trevor worked at a variety of universities teaching courses, supporting faculty and teaching assistants through educational development offices, and advising undergraduates. Trevor’s PhD is from York University in English Literature, with a focus on gothic literature, queer theory, and goth identities. A popular workshop facilitator at the national and international levels, Trevor is also interested in questions of identity in teaching and teaching development.

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