The prestigious award, which is sponsored by CafeScribe, recognizes creative contributions to teaching, learning and technology at colleges and universities.
The awards were presented during the 23rd International Conference on College Teaching and Learning that was held near Jacksonville, Fla., from April 9-13.
Singh is the recipient of other teaching honours including the Carl J. Norden Distinguished Teacher Award in 2003, the University of Saskatchewan's Master Teaching Award in 2008 and was among 10 Canadian professors who were selected as 3M National Teaching Fellows in 2009. He was also part of the College's teaching team who received the inaugural U of S Provost's Prize for Innovative Practice in Teaching and Learning in 2008.
Besides his teaching, Singh is also a highly productive researcher whose research program focuses on cell and molecular biology of lung inflammation as well as aspects of nanomedicine.