Jolly Good Fellows

October 06, 2011
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SFU is working to encourage debate about best practices in teaching and learning, in part through the efforts of eight university teaching fellows, or UTFs, one for each academic faculty. They are responsible for developing high-priority teaching and learning initiatives within their home faculties and for collaborating on university-wide projects. Pictured here (l to r) are: Faculty of Environment fellow, Janet Moore; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences fellow, Adrienne Burk; Beedie School of Business fellow, Stephen Spector; and Faculty of Science fellow, Malgorzata Dubiel. Not present are: Faculty of Education fellow, Carolyn Mamchur; Faculty of Applied Sciences fellow, Ted Kirkpatrick; Faculty of Communication, Art & Technology fellow, Russell Taylor.

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