Instructor Awards

MISC
Instructor Awards 2021

Highlighting teaching excellence by students

2021 Winner


Grant Hurley

INF2403: Digital Archives Workflows

“Grant is such a great instructor. He has spent so much time making and perfecting this course. It was fun, insightful, practical and knowledgeable – everything a class at the iSchool should be. He is encouraging and understanding of students needs (ie when my laptop broke this semester he was super helpful and accommodating). He seriously is the best and deserves this!!”
Angela Maggiacomo
Student
“This was a new course, and Grant’s first time teaching a course the iSchool, and I so glad I got the chance to be part of this initial cohort. Grant adapted to online learning in a thoughtful and conscientious way, aware of technical limitations in a very technical course, and was always happy to help troubleshoot and help us through any issues. The course content was amazingly well prepared – slides and recorded lectures were available well in advance of our synchronous sessions, with lots of extra resources and interesting case studies. In addition to the course content and practical activities, Grant took an interest in all of our personal experiences to date, and created a friendly learning environment that I always looked forward to being part of. He even included memes and a class playlist for us! I hope many future MI students get to be part of this class, not just for the important digital skills it offers, but for Grant’s wonderful enthusiasm and knowledge of digital preservation.”
Anonymous
Student
“Grant has been a great instructor. This was the first time that this course has been offered and he has gone above and beyond in making sure it was informative, practical and interactive in a digital setting that it was not meant to be hosted in. He is super communicative and understanding with any problems or concerns. It has been a highlight of my MI degree to attend this class and the way he conducted this class played a significant portion in this.”
Anjani Singh
Student
“Grant goes above and beyond to help his students and has done a wonderful job designing the course ‘Digital Archives Workflows’.”
Anonymous
Student
“Grant was a constant source of encouragement to his students. He provided fun, but extremely education, lectures and group activities meant to really familiarize students with the technologies and processes used by digital archivists, as well as ethical considerations we may encounter. For his first time teaching a course, it was seamless. He took a topic that I thought would overwhelm me and turned it into something I actually enjoyed. His strong sense of community also meant that everyone in the class quickly became friends who worked through technical problems together — which is no small feat in an online environment. I had high hopes for this course, and Grant exceeded every single one of them.”
Kyle Pugh
Student

Honourable Mentions

Karen Suurtamm

INF1331, INF2184

“She does a fantastic job of teaching complex theory and encouraging student to engage with it in nuanced and interesting ways. She also skillfully integrates her professional experience to demonstrate the practical implications of what we’re learning about. She is compassionate and supportive of her students in a way that allows them to learn and thrive in her courses. Her incredible work ethic is an inspiration, and she creates an excellent learning environment for students to challenge themselves and accomplish their goals.”
Anonymous
Student

Velian Pandeliev

INF2169, INF2164, INF2191

“Velian has adapted to online learning extremely well by always ensuring classes were interesting, fun, engaging and informative. I’ve also appreciated that Velian would reference current, relevant and trending topics in class which were also related to the courses to make things more interesting. You could really tell when professors care about the content they’re teaching and all of the courses’ weekly slides reflected the time and dedication taken to create them, as well as the weekly activities.”
Anonymous
Student
Velian goes above and beyond to make online learning comfortable for students. He records his lectures, sets up his video screen to show relevant items including the current time, the name of the course, and subtitles. Velian is aware and sympathetic to the amount of work students have and has a wonderful deadline policy. Velian is approachable if someone is struggling with materials in the course or has extra questions and makes his course content very relatable and practical, often drawing anecdotes and examples from his industry experience.”
Anonymous
Student

Dr. Jean Dryden

INF2302H: Special Topics in Information Studies: Copyright Issues for Information Professionals

Dr. Dryden was a stand out instructor during my MI. She brought extraordinary experience to a complex topic and created an atmosphere that was a breath of fresh air in our online environment. Her use of breakout rooms and polls in Zoom allowed us to navigate these topics as a community, and she encouraged our ideas and questions in every lecture. Most importantly, Dr. Dryden brought passion and energy to every discussion. Every class was littered with a deep understanding of Copyright and personal anecdotes and stories that led to a greater understanding of course material. My classmates and I will undoubtedly be stronger information professionals due to her thoughtful syllabus and lectures and her commitment to our well being.”
Laura Viselli
Student

Greg Nightingale

INF2155: The Public Library in the Community: Developing a Critical Practice

“Greg’s scholarhip is impeccable and enlightened. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of public libraries. His enthusiasm for the subject matter shone through in his excellent lectures, assignments, and intellectually stimulating breakout sessions. This instructor truly cares about the fate of libraries; he cares about people and equality; and he cares about the fate of our world. His feedback and mentorship throughout the course helped me determine that I made the right decision to gain my MLIS creds to work in public libraries. Greg is a natural teacher who inspires confidence, critical thinking, and excellence in his students. He is an asset to the iSchool and deserves a permanent placement teaching the LIS curriculum. I learned SO MUCH from his course.”
Anonymous
Student

Rohan Alexander

INF2178: Experimental Design for Data Science

“My learning experience has not been what I expected. When I accepted my offer of admission, I envisioned myself wandering the halls of Bissell, spending long hours in Robarts, and most important, sitting in office hours with Professors and engaging in lively debate with peers in the classrooms. Although this has not been the case, I have thoroughly enjoyed the first year of the program. The value of the experience is hard to put into words. While some professors have been distant, pre-recording lectures and rarely engaging with students, others have gone above and beyond to ensure our learning experience is not negatively affected by our current circumstances. One such professor is Rohan Alexander, with whom I have had the great joy of learning in INF2178: Experimental Design for Data Science. Professor Alexander has implemented several tools and techniques to make the most of the online learning environment. Aside from his duties as professor, he continues to enhance the academic community with his contributions to the Toronto Data Workshop and several other initiatives, including the Conference of Reproducibility hosted this winter. Professor Alexander’s contributions have had an undeniable impact in my learning and the community at large.”
Anonymous
Student

Olivier St-Cyr

INF2192: Representing UX

“I would like to take a chance to nominate Professor St-Cyr for this award. Professor St-Cyr is an enthusiastic and motivating instructor who links theory to practice. I appreciated how INF2192 challenged me to think critically about the project experience and the course material. He established a positive online learning environment for us. In fact, he supports us anytime when we need him. Although online learning makes everyone upset and we are not able to meet in person, he always there (in his virtual office) to answer all our questions. I really appreciated his encouragement. He always encourages us to believe in ourselves and tells us we are good UX and UI designers.”
Wing Lam Tse
Student

May Chan & Elisa Sze

INF2145: Creation & Organization of Bibliographic Records

“May and Elisa’s class has felt the most beneficial to me in my time at the iSchool. Their intention is clearly to make us employable at the end of the course and imbue us with the confidence and preliminary skills to move into the profession. They are both incredibly knowledgeable and have hands-on experience in the thing they are teaching about, and it shows. They proactively made the course content accessible to students with a variety of learning styles and needs, and have advocated for students to be a part of that by collaboratively note-taking. They organically weave diverse perspectives and the ethical implications of their area of study throughout the course, so it never felt like an “add-on,” but something very real that is/ should be addressed in day-to-day practice. They both went out of their way to make themselves available for additional help, gave thorough feedback and constructive criticism on assignments, took time to do walk-throughs so we could fully understand what we were being tasked to do, and happily provided additional resources when students showed an interest in learning more on a particular thing. The work they put into this course really showed, and I could tell they very much care about helping their students feel supported and prepared to enter librarianship.”
Anonymous
Student

Misha Teramura

BKS1001: Introduction to Book History

“Misha was an excellent professor, and his class was easily the best Zoom class of the year for me. He did such a good job of incorporating interesting and thought-provoking content throughout class. Each class ended up being chock-full of interesting and insightful discussion from everyone, and this was aided by Misha’s proficiency with Zoom. For instance, he would often incorporate our ideas by annotating the books or pictures that he screen-shared in our Zoom meeting, which I found so effective in allowing us to reflect on those books/pictures. He also did a great job of managing class discussion so that everyone got to contribute, and so that everyone felt like their contributions were acknowledged. Overall, this was an excellent class, and I didn’t feel like it suffered at all because it was on Zoom.”
Anonymous
Student

Past Winners

2019-2020: Velian Pandeliev

“Always offers help with assignments and creative portfolios (which are not part of the mandatory assignments to complete for the courses), did a great job transitioning from in-person lectures to online lectures given the circumstances, offers support to students during this time by giving deadline extensions and is overall a very thoughtful and caring person towards his students. Lectures are always fun and interactive even when they are held online. I enjoyed both his courses!”

- Anonymous

“The following explains why Velian deserves the award:

1. Each lecture was always engaging despite their scheduled times (9AM-12PM for INF2040 & 6:30PM-9:30PM for INF1340) - the fact that I have not fallen asleep during any of his lectures and still remember what was taught proves this.

2. His incredible support and guidance for students which ranges from extensions for assignments, numerous office hours options and live-streaming of games and pet reviews to keep all of us sane and entertained towards the end of a rather challenging Winter term (Winter 2020) - once lectures were over.

3. He brings to each lecture a wealth of knowledge from his experiences as a UX and computer science professional and presents them in a concise and clear way for students to understand and learn from.

4. Simply put, an amazing professor. 'Nuff said.”

- Anonymous

“After the changes from COVID-19, Velian creatively engaged with our (INF2040) class and found multiple ways to make us feel like a close knit community. Despite being a large class of over 50 students working from home, he incorporated fun events such as creating slide shows of our pets and even having us vote which video game he should play and stream in real-time outside of class hours. Inciting activities that can only be shared online made the transition to working online easier. Overall, he helped prove that the quality of education does not necessarily decrease when delivered online. His success is due to the fact that he engaged with everyone in-class very well and was able to quickly establish a sense of trust with everyone. I had a great experience learning project management in his class.”

- Anonymous

“Velian is one of the most approachable, compassionate, and knowledgeable professors that I’ve encountered in university. He’s always available to help students excel in class, as well as offers council for those who want to do well in the industry after graduation. He has been especially understanding and caring during the COVID-19 situation this semester, for which I am extremely grateful.”

- Anonymous

“This is the first time I take a course with Professor Velian. Not only is he knowledgeable in his field, he is also very passionate about teaching. He's always prepared for class, and one can see how organized and structured he is. He also gives TREMENDOUS support to his students: he makes himself available, gives constructive feedback, and focuses on giving the students the tools they need to excel. It was truly a pleasure to study with him, and will definitely try to take other classes with him.”

- Anonymous

“Velian's instruction is very well organized and he delivers the lectures in a way that's very easy to follow and to form mental model around the subjects. In both programming and ui design classes, his assignments are also designed with thoughtful considerations—there is always a custom components where we can add our own input and thoughts freely. Additionally, during the quarantine, he hosts online events that gets us together to socialize and support each other. He is a truly amazing teacher.”

- Keli Chiu

“Velian brings a lot of industry experience, and this comes through in his office hours. He is a great sounding board for ideas, and gives great practical advice on how to improve on a design. Velian has always created a positive classroom environment but really shone during the pandemic as classes moved online. He was an early adopter of the many features on BB Collaborate and actually managed to increase engagement by a lot. He was flexible in the assignments given and how they could be completed, and was empathetic and understanding. His classes were flexible and structured to provide opportunities for developing skills and thinking. He has also offered continual help even after the course in reviewing portfolios and such.”

- Anonymous

“He is a passionate, compassionate, accommodating, and professional professor who has students’ interests at heart.”

- Anonymous

“Professor Pandeliev works tirelessly to be a teacher, mentor, and support for all of his students. This past semester he taught two courses, each with multiple sections and still managed to have full days of office hours during which he consulted students not only in their coursework but in their career goals. He has worked to bring a multifaceted discipline to UX by teaching not only how to make good designs, how to be good designers through equitable practices and empathetic design. During the COVID-19 crisis he has been a consistent support caring for his student's academic success and their mental health. His tireless work and support make Professor Pandeliev more than deserving of this award.”

- Anonymous

“I appreciate Prof. Pandeliev's ability to turn a relatively straightforward, potentially boring topic into something I was willing to spend my evening hours on. He is a professor who has clearly spent time thinking about how best to teach and assess the material, and seems to genuinely enjoy the teaching component of being in academia. Above all, I appreciated the way he seamlessly integrated international, anti-colonial/Eurocentric perspectives into both the lectures and readings, instead of segregating "diverse" voices into a special week, and his ability to speak comfortably about white supremacy and organizational culture himself, instead of relying solely on guest speakers or putting non-white students on the spot to provide the more "diverse" perspective.”

- Anonymous

“Hands down best prof at this school.”

- Veronica Rutherford

2018-2019: Karen Suurtamm

“This is Karen’s first year teaching at the iSchool. Her classes are very well organized, informative and well-presented. Because of her experience working in the archives, she adds a lot of practical information in her lectures. The assignments were well thought out and required practical application of theory and methodology. It was evident that Karen put a lot of effort into planning this class. Thanks! Karen. I really enjoyed your class!”

- Anonymous

2017-2018: Leslie Shade

“Leslie is loved by all for her kindness, good humour, and teaching chops. She deserves all the awards.”

- Anonymous

2016-2017: Olivier St-Cyr

“He goes up and beyond for his students by providing detailed feedback. He motivates his students and encourages them to do their best in the course. He is intrinsically motivated by a desire for his students to learn.”

—Anonymous

“Prof. St-Cyr has gone out of his way to make this course understandable for all students, not just those in the ISD concentration. He gives students many chances to increase their grades, he tests students in multiple ways and not just a huge final exam, and he really does teach you skills that you can take with you as you enter your career. He answers emails, provides office hours, and will take the time to explain concepts on breaks or after hours. Not many professors take the time to actually help students understand how to do something and the reasoning behind it, and this professor does. He taught us in a way that if we as students put in the work, we would understand how to use these skills. He is a fantastic professor and a kind person, and I hope he gets the recognition he deserves.”

—Mary He

“Professor St-Cyr practices what he teaches - student centric learning, a focus on professional excellence, and comittment to improving experiences. He has taken on a new program and built the foundations of a world class educational experience. More than a dedicated teacher, he is funny, warm, and inspires everyone to take risks and dream big. Olivier cares about students and takes an interest in everyone's unique journey. His humility, equal passion for design and teaching, and his unflagging energy make him an outstanding instructor.”

—Robyn Cameron

“It is only Olivier's first year at the iSchool and he has hit the ground running. There is no denying that he has been instrumental in the development of the User Experience Design concentration at the iSchool and that he has made leaps and bounds at it. From ensuring that students have the practical skills to back up the theoretical knowledge taught in class, to sharing his experiences in the industry to ensure students are well-informed and prepared, and to even helping students find jobs for co-op – he always has the best interests of his students at heart, and his dedication and determination deserves nothing short of immense respect. It is always a joy to see Olivier in class and in the halls and it has been an excellent experience learning from him. Many thanks to Olivier for his care, kindness, and expertise. In Olivier We Trust.”

—Anonymous

2015-2016: Colin Furness

Excellent instructor- superb at making difficult material accessible and relevant to students with all kinds of academic backgrounds and future career plans. Also, clearly invested in his students' academic and professional accomplishments, and ready to provide extra assistance as necessary to enable success in his courses.

"Colin is to-the-point, practical, funny, engaging - classes with him are not a waste of time. Many students have gained connections and the skills they need thanks to Colin and his humble, but credible approach."

Colin is very approachable, funny and kind, and takes a personal interest in his students' development. I have found Colin's course to be both academically rigorous and have deep real-world applications. He has also served as my advisor since the beginning of the year, and has been instrumental in shaping my professional and academic development. From the first time I walked into his office as a new student, he has been generous with his time, reviewing my portfolio and giving insightful suggestions, helping me select coursework, and directing me to helpful resources. Colin is fantastic!

Although I do not plan on getting into user design Colin Furness' INF 2170 course definitely taught me the importance of considering users when implementing web architectural design. His lectures and readings were accessible and intellectually stimulating, as we all know this can be a hard combination to come by anywhere. Colin took complex topics and made them intelligible to students with little experience in the field such as my self and was always willing to offer help to those who needed it in a respectful and non condescending manner. Overall probably the best instructor at the faculty. He clearly demonstrates he cares about the subject matter he is covering and cares about delivering a high quality course to his students.

2014-2015: Colin Furness

“INF2170 was one of the most enjoyable courses I have taken at the Faculty of Information, and I genuinely value the time I spent in Colin's class. It demonstrated very well how a course can achieve a healthy balance between theory and practice, by providing a strong grounding in Information Architecture theory, but at the same time allowing us to grapple with these theories and put them into practice through our assignments. As a result, I feel as though I have a much more rigorous and long-lasting understanding of the material. I have already begun applying several principles and strategies I learned in Colin's class in the workplace, and hope to continue seeking out opportunities to learn more about this subject in the future.”

“In addition to his broad and deep knowledge of the subject matter, Colin's experience as a practitioner contributed to his engaging lectures, and provided us with invaluable insight into the field. It is also evident that Colin thought carefully about his instructional approach, and continued to develop and refine your pedagogical strategies throughout the semester. The methods of evaluation used were challenging, but fair. Colin also treated his students with respect, which his students returned in kind. I am nominating Colin for MISC’s Outstanding Instructor Award because these various qualities clearly reflect Colin's strong affinity for teaching, and are an undeniable asset to the faculty which should be recognized.”

—Mari Vihuri

“I would like to nominate Colin Furness for the Instructor award. He took a widely-reviled course - one that I was dreading since I already knew a lot of it - and with extensive research and feedback changed it into a valuable overview course that taught me something new at each turn. It was one of the few classes where I *wanted* to do the suggested readings after each class. Moreover, I found myself applying principles learned in his courses to others: change management concepts when considering process innovation in INF1341, or bottom-up requirements considerations in INF1342. He brought in guest lecturers to provide alternative perspectives, and was always encouraging of questions and participation.”

“Outside of INF1003, he was kind enough to allow incoming students to audit a lecture in his Information Architecture (IA) course. I found this tremendously useful for getting a sense of what a graduate-level course feels like. He was at every incoming iSchool event I attended and offered excellent advice. He has given a guest lecture on IA to INF2176, and contributed his insight to the iSchool website hackathon. His IA knowledge is unique in the iSchool and tremendously valuable – as evidenced by how many students I know (including myself) who want to take his IA course.”

He not only inspires me to achieve my professional goals, he has been actively helpful from providing a reference to assisting with ntworking opportunities. He is a real asset to the iSchool, and I believe he deserves this award.

—Anonymous

2013-2014: Alan Galey

Alan is probably the most conscientious professor I've ever had. He is knowledgable and enthusiastic about his courses, often bringing bits of his own work and research into class discussions and assignments. He is always willing to offer generous feedback, advice and encouragement to his students. Professor Galey does a fantastic job of representing the Book History and Print Culture Collaborative Program, and I'm so glad to have been able to take courses with him during my time at the iSchool!

—Alexandra Kordoski

Alan Galey is not only a great instructor, but also an exceptionally helpful colleague. He makes his lectures fun and exciting, and encourages students to challenge the material in engaging ways. He always manages to come up with fun anecdotes that make lecture topics more relatable, and lets his students steer the material towards new and relevant topics. Even his course blog topics were insightful and fun to write about. Furthermore, Alan is always available to help out his students with their work, and more than willing to champion student events. I am so pleased I was able to take a course with Alan, but I would also encourage students to talk to him outside of class - he is 100% welcoming and enthusiastic and one of the best instructors at the iSchool.

—Hannah Loshak

2012-2013: Keren Dali

Keren is a very kind, caring, and professional instructor. She is extremely knowledgeable in her field (I call her the walking database, since it seems she's familiar with every book and article ever published in LIS). She genuinely cares about her students and will check in with us when she is concerned (if we miss some classes, for example). Keren is not only a professor, she is a mentor. She has helped guide students and given us some gentle nudging to go outside our comfort zones and publish, present, etc. She has provided me with some amazing contacts in the library world, which have lead to some fantastic projects in the "real world". Those opportunities has made me much more employable and provided me with a perfect combination of theoretical knowledge and practical skills.

More importantly than all that, Keren is just an amazing person who genuinely enjoys and cares about other people. Those of us who were fortunate enough to have her as our professor and mentor are so fortunate, and I feel bad for the future students who will miss out on such an amazing instructor/person.”

—Darrell Joyce

“Keren Dali is clearly an expert in the traditional skills and services of librarianship. Her lectures are filled with practical information about the topic at hand and suggestions for further development. Her commitment to student learning and professional success is evident in her willingness to provide advice about a range of issues. I have found her to be a great foundation of knowledge about the profession of librarianship at the iSchool.”

—Anonymous

“Keren Dali is one of the most caring and knowledgeable professors I have ever taken a class with. She accepts student feedback readily, and even if she doesn't agree, she takes the time to explain why and still opens the question up to a larger discussion. Prof. Dali cares individually as well - if you reach out to her about a personal problem or issue, you'll be met with understanding and flexibility. Students are treated as professionals and future colleagues which can sometimes be intimidating, especially as a first year, but is refreshing and confidence-building.”

“Her classes are the perfect mix of theory and practicality for LIS students. While her assignments may require a lot of work, I have always learned a lot and developed many portfolio-worthy projects in her classes. Prof. Dali also provides students with numerous resources both related to the class and to librarianship in general through supplementary readings lecture slides, and emails. I’ve already found these to be very helpful in other classes, and in preparing for job interviews and my own professional development.”

Prof. Dali pushes students to build their portfolios and get involved in projects outside of classes for professional development. She is an amazing resource when I am looking for advice about my own academic affairs, research, and career, and I believe she will continue to be after I have graduated.”

—Kate Restivo

“Keren Dali is an expert in her field. She genuinely cares about her students’ personal and professional developments. As a non-LIS student, I found her teaching to be concise, relevant, and refreshing. Keren reminds me that learning can be fun!”

Many of her teachings (with a great mixture of theoretical and practical components) can be applied to the "real world". Keren is a very hard working and intelligent person. She ensures assignments are returned promptly with very detailed and constructive feedback. Dr. Dali is always available for consultations, even outside of her office hours.”

“Thus far I have taken eleven (11) courses at the iSchool and I can say without any reservations that Dr. Dali is definitely the best professor by a large margin. The Faculty of Information needs more outstanding professionals like Keren who is a great researcher and instructor.”

—Lucas Thung

“Prof. Keren Dali is LIS; need I say more? A perfect blend of the intellectual and the informal. She has conducted an incredible amount of research and has a wide range of contacts with the greater LIS community. Her passion for teaching and concern for students is distinct and unambiguous. Lastly, why is it that whenever I speak with her I come away thinking that she is more modern and hip than me (I don't know if this is a plus or a minus)?”

—Sanjin Kuduzovic

I would be hard-pressed to find another professor who has so strongly re-affirmed my decisions to pursue a master’s degree in Information, as well as a career in public libraries. Professor Dali’s lectures are always relevant, knowledgeable, and helpful. She always has an eye to her students’ professional needs and interests. Each assignment that Professor Dali crafted had the specific purpose of deepening the real-world, practical connection to the work we were doing in the classroom, from introducing students to useful resources, to practicing professional skills and providing opportunities to have our work published.

I was most struck with the deep care and interest Professor Dali took in each of her students. I am sure that each of my fellow students has their own personal story. The most important to me was when she noticed my nerves during a presentation in January of 2012. She sent a follow up email with a suggestion that I talk to her about tips for public speaking. Seven months later, in a different course, she remembered this and reached out to me more than once with tips and to check in. Professor Dali provided me with two invaluable professional experiences; to do one of my projects in an actual public library, and to have another assignment published for public use. In short, Professor Dali encouraged me to conquer my weaknesses and showcase my strengths. I have never had a more valuable experience with a professor.

—Anonymous

Keren proves time and time again that she genuinely cares for her students, regardless of whether they are on a career path that relates to her area of expertise and research interests. Her impressive breadth of knowledge and experience make her not just an excellent professor, but the kind of individual I aspire to be.

—Sarah Farrukh

Past Nominees

2019-2020
  • Arik Senderovich
  • Dan Ryan
  • Jenna Hartel
  • Karen Suurtamm
  • Rohan Alexander
  • Siobhan Stevenson
  • Velian Pandeliev
2018-2019
  • Vicki Whitmell
  • Olivier St-Cyr
  • Periklis Andritsos
  • Juris Dilevko
  • Christoph Becker
  • Heather McNeil
  • Greta Golick
  • Siobhan Stevenson
  • Karen Suurtamm
2017-2018
  • Periklis Andritsos
  • Chun Wei Choo
  • Juris Dilevko
  • Colin Furness
  • Alan Galey
  • Jenna Hartel
  • Matt Ratto
  • Seamus Ross
  • Leslie Shade
  • Sarah Sharma
  • Olivier St-Cyr
2016-2017
  • Chun Wei Choo (2)
  • Colin Furness (3)
  • Alan Galey (1)
  • Greta Golick (1)
  • Jenna Hartel (1)
  • Lynne Howarth (1)
  • Heather MacNeil (1)
  • Leslie Shade (1)
  • Olivier St-Cyr (4)
2015-2016
  • Colin Furness (4)
  • Alan Galey (1)
  • Greta Golick (3)
  • Jenna Hartel (1)
  • Mike McCaffrey (3)
  • Eric Yu (2)
2014-2015
  • Max Dionisio (1)
  • Colin Furness (2)
  • Greta Golick (2)
  • Lynne Howarth (1)
  • Mike McCaffrey (1)
  • Eric Yu (1)
2013-2014
  • Periklis Andritsos
  • Chun Wei Choo
  • Alan Galey
  • Jenna Hartel
  • Lynne Howarth
  • Leslie Shade
2012-2013
  • Periklis Andritsos
  • Chun Wei Choo
  • Keren Dali
  • Fiorella Foscarini
  • Sara Grimes
  • Jenna Hartel
  • Patrick Keilty
  • Kelly Lyons
  • Heather MacNeil
  • Mike McCaffrey
  • Wendy Newman
  • Mike Ridley
  • Kim Silk