Paul Axelrod, Professor and former Dean of the Faculty of Education at York University, received the 2007 David C. Smith Award for his contributions to the university sector on November 1, 2007. ...

Paul Axelrod at the 2007 David C. Smith Award Dinner

Published: November 1, 2007

Paul Axelrod, Professor and former Dean of the Faculty of Education at York University, received the 2007 David C. Smith Award for his contributions to the university sector on November 1, 2007. Axelrod discussed the history of good teaching in postsecondary education, and the lessons for policy and practice can be drawn from such experience.

I am deeply honoured to be the recipient of the 2007 David C. Smith Award for contributions to scholarship and policy in higher education, and I thank the Council of Ontario Universities for its generosity and encouragement. — Paul Axelrod Dean of Education at York University

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