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Robert Roy Award
About the Award
This prestigious award is named in memory of the late Robert Roy, a distinguished Canadian second language educator and founding President of the Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers (CASLT) in 1970.
The award was presented in 1983 to the first recipient, the late H.H. (David) Stern, a highly respected educator and the visionary initiator of the National Core French Study. Through subsequent years outstanding educators have been recognized.
Robert Roy Award Recipients:
- Dr. Miles Turnbull - 2012
- Micheline Schinck - 2011
- Helen Coltrinari - 2010
- Larry Vandergrift - 2009
- Jim Howden - 2008
- Dr. Claude Germain – 2007
- Dr. Sharon Lapkin – 2006
- Dr. Peter Heffernan – 2005
Do you know a deserving colleague, mentor or friend? CASLT members are encouraged to submit nominations for the award.
- The nominee must have been an active member of the CASLT for at least two years.
- The nominee must have distinguished his or herself in teaching, research, or writing to the improvement of second language teaching and learning in Canada.
Please submit as much information as possible about your nominee on a single sheet of paper and send to the attention of the:
Robert Roy Award Nomination Committee
CASLT National Office,
300 - 950, Gladstone Ave.,
Deadline for nominations: May 31st of each year.