Corpus Instructor Wins Killam Award at UBC

As one of six Killam institutions, UBC offers awards from the Killam Endowment Fund to faculty and teaching assistants who show excellence in teaching.

Congratulations to Bronwyn Malloy, instructor at Corpus Christi College, for winning a Killam Graduate Teaching Assistant Award at the University of British Columbia (UBC).

In addition to being a doctoral candidate in the Department of English Language & Literatures at UBC, Bronwyn teaches English at Corpus Christi College.

Corpus Christi College student feedback reflects positively on teaching abilities that are recognized by the UBC award. "I really enjoyed my time in [her] class! Bronwyn made the course incredibly interesting and enjoyable." and "Ms. Malloy was fun and very energetic. Really enjoyed the selected poetry and songs."

Also speaking highly of her teaching skills, Dr. Paul Burns, Dean of Arts at Corpus Christi College, says "Bronwyn Malloy clearly cares for her students and takes considerable time and effort to address each of their concerns".

Every year UBC awards only 16 Killam Graduate Teaching Assistant Awards to candidates who have demonstrated skills, abilities, and contributions that result in a high level of respect from undergraduate students and academic or course supervisors.