From the OCUFA press release:
Associate Professor, Teaching Stream Michelle Craig has been named one of Ontario’s most outstanding university teachers by the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations (OCUFA). She will receive a 2017-2018 OCUFA Teaching Award at an October 20 ceremony in Toronto, hosted by CBC's Nana Ada Duncan.
"Michelle Craig has a long and distinguished teaching record and demonstrates contagious enthusiasm for her work," said Professor Judy Bornais, Chair of OCUFA’s Award Committee. "Her impact extends well beyond her classes, with both students and fellow faculty members viewing her as a mentor."
"Professors and academic librarians are at the heart of our universities. Through their hard work, they challenge and encourage their students to embrace new ideas and build a brighter future," said OCUFA President Gyllian Phillips. "This year’s distinguished winners are all dedicated and passionate teachers and mentors. OCUFA is honoured to recognize them with teaching and librarianship awards."
Founded in 1964, OCUFA represents 17,000 faculty and academic librarians in 29 faculty associations across Ontario.
Read the OCUFA press release