Science advisor receives 2019 Advising Excellence Award
Christine Adams [BA(Hons)/ 94, MEd/01] from the Faculty of Science is the winner of the 2019 Advising Excellence Award. This award is a way to celebrate the work of academic advisors, including the connections they make and the opportunities they create through their work with students.
Adams was selected in recognition of her contributions to advising and programming activities within the Faculty of Science, as well as the university community at large.
“Christine’s generosity to her students and community at large is equaled by her generosity to her peers,” says Krystyna Koczanski, Associate Dean of Science. “Christine is considered the ‘go to’ person for all advising, troubleshooting, training and support in the Faculty of Science office, and regularly devises new ways to reach out to students.”