Dalhousie Universitys Award of Excellence for Teaching.

         Voted among the top three professors in Halifax (all disciplines and all universities and colleges) in the 2004 The Coast Survey.

         Consistently high student evaluations.

         Active and student-centered teaching pedagogy widely enjoyed by students.

         Article on active and student-centered teaching pedagogy published in The Law Teacher, a University of Gonzaga publication on innovative higher education teaching.

         Very stimulating unsolicited written feedback from students on class activities, teaching methods, and course delivery.

         Successful formative and summative evaluation practice to assess students attainment of class objectives.

         Successful help given to students with graduate school admissions.




         Very strong research and publication record (2 books, 3 book chapters, and more than 30 articles in refereed US, Canadian, European, Asian, and Latin American journals).

         Solid and coherent research agenda.

         Worldwide impact of publications in the academic and professional community. Constant feedback, comments, and requests received as a consequence of publications.

         SSHRC Peer Reviewer. Grant Assessor of major research program aimed at developing knowledge of a social science discipline, including pedagogical methods for teaching it.

         Regular invitations to present papers at international conferences, lectures, and congresses.

         Regular manuscript reviewer for journal articles and books.