Carleton University Experiential Learning Fund Recipients
Andrew Wallace, Department of English Language and Literature, and Patti Harper, MacOdrum Library. Project: Experiential learning in the Book Arts Lab: student and faculty training
Ashley Thompson, Department of Neuroscience. Project: Neuroscience honours workshop – Poster Day.
Bernadette Campbell, Department of Psychology. Project: Introducing an experiential learning component to a graduate course on program evaluation.
Deborah Conners, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Project: Working toward a violence-free society in Nepal.
Grégory Bulté, Department of Biology. Project: Research-based field course in wildlife biology.
Jane Stinson, Institute of Political Economy. Project: Laying the foundations for a scaffolded approach to experiential learning and reflective practice in work and labour.
John Walsh, Department of History. Project: Group practicum: applied history in the public sphere.
Katie Graham, School of Journalism and Communication. Project: The multiple narratives of the NAC.
Lois Frankel, School of Industrial Design. Project: Enhancing sensory design learning in the School of Industrial Design.
Mayurika Chakravorty, Department of English Language and Literature and Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies. Project: Children’s knowledges, cultures, and representations.
Peter Coffman, School for Studies in Art and Culture. Project: The virtual museum of architecture in Ottawa.
Shane Hawkins,The College of the Humanities. Project: EMC2: Early modern commentaries on Catullus.
Deborah Conners, Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Project: Developing a new international study course – SOCI 3210/3220: Working Toward a Violence-free Society in Nepal.
Melissa Frankel, Department of Philosophy. Project: Developing a new fourth-year seminar on the philosophy of education.
Julie C. Garlen, Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies. Project: Developing two new courses: Experiential Learning in Childhood, and Youth Studies.
Dominique Marshall, Department of History. Project: Connecting students in the History of Humanitarian Aid course with an Ottawa-based international humanitarian organization.
Mathew Sorley, Cheryl Harasymchuk and Anne Bowker, Department of Psychology. Project: Developing experiential learning modules that can be integrated into any first-year seminar in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
Matthew Sorley and Danay Novoa, Department of Psychology. Project: Developing and piloting a series of experiential learning modules for the tutorial sections of Introduction to Psychology course.
Julia Wallace, Department of Physics. Project: Introducing a new experiential learning component to the third-year Modern Physics course.