The Faculty is pleased to introduce these new members of the FPA team!
Pictured left to right:
Logan Cochrane, Assistant Professor, Kroeger College: Global and International Studies. Specializes in global studies and Ethiopia.
Michael Manulak, Assistant Professor, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs. Specializes in diplomacy and foreign policy.
Vincent Andrisani, Instructor, School of Journalism and Communication: Communication and Media Studies. Specializes in game and sound studies.
Carolina Czastkiewicz, Instructor, Economics. Specializes in applied microeconomics and industrial organization.
Leah West, Lecturer, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs. Specializes in intelligence and national security.
Robert Barsky, Canada Research Chair, Tier 1, Law & Legal Studies. Specializes in law, narrative and border crossing.
Louis-Philippe Beland, Assistant Professor, Economics. Specializes in empirical microeconomics.
Katelyn Graham, Instructor, School of Journalism and Communication: Journalism. Specializes in media production and design.
Sarah Everts, CTV Chair in Digital Science Journalism, School of Journalism and Communication: Journalism.
Ania Zbyszewska, Assistant Professor, Law & Legal Studies. Specializes in Law and Work.
Natasha Stirrett, Lecturer, Criminology and Criminal Justice. Indigenous scholar.
Patricia Longo, Instructor, School of Journalism and Communication: Journalism. Specializes in multimedia, digital toolkit, reporting fundamentals.
Lorraine Godden, Instructor, Kroeger College. Specializes in careers and employability.
Katherine Minich, Lecturer, School of Public Policy and Administration. Specializes in Indigenous policy and administration.
Emily Hiltz, Instructor, School of Journalism and Communication: Communication and Media Studies. Specializes in qualitative methods.
Christine Crowther, Instructor, School of Journalism and Communication: Journalism. Specializes in broadcast journalism.
Aaron Ettinger, Assistant Professor, Political Science. Specializes in global politics.
(Not in photo: Stephen Tasson, Instructor, Law & Legal Studies.)
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