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Teaching & Learning

Excellence in teaching is what Huron's reputation has been based on since 1863. Our approach is built on providing our graduates with opportunities to develop competencies that will prepare them to be resourceful, adaptable, compassionate, and informed members and leaders of their communities, prepared to see issues from a multiplicity of perspectives and to exercise careful judgement in decision-making.

  • Being accessible to my students is the biggest thing for me. I say to them, whether you’re getting an A or you’re failing, you’re always welcome in my office.
    Economics Professor Wins HUCSC Teaching Award
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  • Phantoms of the Past offers a unique opportunity to travel across the Atlantic Ocean, visit the United Kingdom and participate in a transatlantic research project. It was one of the highlights of my time as an undergraduate and I will never forget it!
    Transatlantic research collaboration creates student travel opportunities
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  • It’s hard to understand these things by just being in the classroom. It’s so helpful to talk to the people who are actively working on and have lived the issues that we are studying.
    Political Science students participate in experiential learning in Rwanda
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  • This experiential learning trip explored issues of justice, peace, equity, and sustainability. It taught me to be mindful about where the things I consume and use on a daily basis come from, and to be curious about the lives and stories of those who produce it.
    Alternate spring break experience provides global perspective
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  • This mentorship program provides space for the students to realize their skills, and really gets the senior students thinking about their roles as role models for first year students. They get to see that they can make a difference.
    Dr. Christine Tsang, Associate Professor & Dr. Irene Cheung, Assoicate Professor
    Tri-Mentorship Program increases student engagement
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  • The central proposition of the project is that by reframing soil as a relational medium instead of a resource, we can facilitate new solutions to pressing socio-environmental problems such as soil conservation, food insecurity and environmental racism.
    Dr. Kate Lawless, Assistant Professor, Centre of Global Studies
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  • There’s so much more to history than you can learn in class.
    Patrick Kinghan, 3rd-year History student
    Summer fellowship moves research beyond the library
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Key Contacts

Colleen Burgess, MLIS

Teaching and Learning Librarian
caburgesuwo.ca
Huron Library

ON LEAVE (May 2019 – April 2020)

Deanne van Tol, PhD

Coordinator, Teaching & Research
519.438.7224 ext. 343
dvantol2huron.uwo.ca
W13

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

Rachel Melis, PHD

Teaching and Learning Librarian
519.438.7224 ext. 235
rmelisuwo.ca
Huron Library