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The Founding College of the University of Toronto

Lorne Tepperman Prize in Public Writing

Established in 2019, the Lorne Tepperman Prize in Public Writing offers an annual prize of $1,000 for an outstanding paper on a topic of social significance in Canada aimed at a general audience.

View the 2021 prize-winning paper

Daman Singh - "Teachers Are More Than Just Educators"

View the 2021 runner-up

Bailey Storey - "Mary's Catholic Church: How Douglas Cardinal Brought Indigenous Perspectives into Catholic and Religious Architecture"

Conditions Governing the Tepperman Prize:

  1. This award is open to any undergraduate student registered at University College or enrolled in a UC program course or a course in an affiliated Centre.
  2. Entries must not exceed 1,000 words.
  3. Course instructors may nominate students with the students' consent.
  4. The name of the award winner and runners up will appear on the University College website.
  5. Winning entries and those of runners up will appear on the UC website.
  6. One hard copy of the prize-winning composition shall be permanently deposited with University College, but copyright shall remain with the author. A copy may be given to the donor with the author’s permission.