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Errol Aspevig Award for Outstanding Academic Leadership: 2016 recipients

Dale CarlDale Carl
Global Management Studies, Ted Rogers School of Management

As a founding member of the Ryerson MBA program, Dr. Dale Carl has made outstanding contributions to the development, growth, and success of this program, culminating with cracking the Economist 2015 list of top 100 MBA programs worldwide. Through Dale's leadership and direction, students receive carefully designed academic and co-curricular experiences that reflect Ryerson's values of collegiality, collaboration, and inclusion that will not only advance their careers but also have a positive impact on society. Dale is an innovative academic leader who tirelessly mentors MBA students' professional and personal development by preparing students for case competitions, which are vital to MBA program rankings, recruitment, and reputation. Under Dale's leadership, our students have placed in 49 competitions, 18 times receiving first place honours and have made meaningful contributions to society through charitable fundraising and community involvement.

Marcia Moshé
Office of the Vice-Provost, Academic

Dr. Marcia Moshé is Interim Vice-Provost, Academic. Previously she was Associate Dean, Students and Undergraduate Studies in the Faculty of Arts, and Professor in the Department of Psychology. She served as Program Coordinator of the part-time program in Justice Studies and was central in the development of the creation of the Arts "common platform," upon which 10 undergraduate programs (including Criminology) are now based. Dr. Moshé's deep and nuanced understanding of curriculum has shaped an extraordinary trajectory of undergraduate program growth in Arts. She has worked tirelessly to assist Departments and to improve the experience of students in their programs. She models the skills and behaviour that this Award was created to honour.

Past recipients