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TLC News

Headlines from the Teaching and Learning Centre

Archive for the 'TLC News' Category

We’re hiring an educational consultant—do you know someone?

Friday, October 11th, 2013

The Teaching and Learning Centre is looking for an educational consultant to work within the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS). This position will provide the opportunity to work with FASS faculty members on a variety of initiatives related to teaching and learning. If you are interested—or if you know someone who might be a good candidate—see the job posting here: bit.ly/tmPwFK.

Back in the office after a busy leave

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

Stephanie Chu and son

Our TLC Director, Stephanie Chu, returned from parental leave in early September after spending a number of months on a “special project” that—or more correctly, who—recently celebrated a first birthday. We are happy to have her back and also want to say a sincere thank you to our Associate Director, Chris Groeneboer, who provided very capable leadership during Stephanie’s absence.

Hard work rewarded: CPUTL graduates celebrate their success

Monday, April 15th, 2013

CUTL grads, April 2013

Eighteen graduate students participated in the spring 2013 Certificate Program in University Teaching and Learning (CPUTL). As the above photo illustrates, the graduation ceremony on April 9 was a true celebration. Peter Liljedahl (centre, wearing a jacket and an elegant gray vest), Associate Dean, Graduate Studies, and associate professor in the Faculty of Education, addressed the graduands.

CUTL facilitators with grad

The CPUTL program was led by Russell Day (left), a senior lecturer in the Department of Psychology, along with Kathryn Ricketts and Erin Aspenlieder, both TLC educational consultants. Here they pose with Jay Park, a graduate student in Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, who proudly displays his graduation certificate while Kathryn exercises a stabilizing influence.