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Three Minute Thesis 2015: Thea Rutherford, Education

March 30, 2015
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SFU's annual Three Minute Thesis finals took place on March 9, 2015. Thea Rutherford spoke on "Wandering as Metaphor and Practice in Teaching and Learning."  

Thea also represtented SFU at the third annual UBC/SFU 3MT event that took place on March 27 at the Tapestry independant retirement residence. 

Thea Rutherford is an Arts Education Master’s student at SFU. Born and raised in The Bahamas, the former journalist and junior high school English teacher also holds a BA in History and Political Science from McGill University (2004) and an MS in Journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2007). She is a Lyford Cay scholar and a published poet.

She has had work featured in “Yinna” Vol. 3 & 4 (2012, 2011), a publication of the Bahamas Association of Cultural Studies, and “The Caribbean Writer” (2010). 

For more information on Thea see her SFU profile here: http://www.sfu.ca/education/gs/profiles/students/thea-rutherford.html

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