Paul Lovejoy wins the FGS Teaching Award

Department of History congratulates Professor Paul Lovejoy for winning the Faculty of Graduate Studies Teaching Award. Professor Lovejoy, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Distinguished Research Professor at York University, Canada Research Chair in African Diaspora History, and Director of the Harriet Tubman Institute, has had a long and distinguished career in research, service and teaching. He has had a profound impact on many students at York University. His scholarship, impressive awards, creative innovations, mentoring, teaching, and the work he does through the Harriet Tubman Institute make him a significant asset to York's Graduate History Program. This is a wonderful achievement.