To share your comments, concerns, or to request help with your teaching, write us at email@example.com. We would love to hear from you!
Ext. 6943, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eric joined Ryerson in 2001, having previously taught at the Western University and York University. He served as the undergraduate program director for Economics for seven years, and in 2013, was appointed as the teaching chair for the Faculty of Arts. Eric has a longstanding record of service on departmental, faculty and university committees, and is a current member of Ryerson University Senate.
Ext. 2094, email@example.com
Michelle Schwartz is the Instructional Design and Research Strategist at the Learning and Teaching Office. She provides research support for all LTO programming, and develops the content for the LTO's website, newsletters, and Teaching Tips documents. Her primary responsibilities include developing workshops and training materials in support of e-Learning and open access education at Ryerson, as well as coordinating Ryerson's university level Teaching Awards.
Michelle has a BA in Art History from New York University and received her MLIS from Long Island University, where she specialized in Archives and Records Management. She is a Research Fellow at Ryerson's Centre for Digital Humanities, where she co-directs the Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada project. She is also an editor for Shameless Magazine, an independent Canadian voice for young women and trans youth.
Ext. 6598, firstname.lastname@example.org
Curtis Maloley is the Educational Developer in the Learning and Teaching Office. He coordinates and delivers orientations, workshops, and professional development programming for both faculty and TA/GAs, including the Professional Development in Teaching program for Ryerson graduate students.
Curtis also teaches in the Department of Sociology, in the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, and in the Spanning the Gaps - Access to Post-Secondary Education program at Ryerson. In 2016, he received a Deans' Teaching Award, and was voted as a "Prof Who Made a Mark" by undergraduate students living in Ryerson Residence. He is also the recipient of a 2015 Alan Shepard Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Award for his work in the Spanning the Gaps program.
He holds an Interdisciplinary Master’s in Popular Culture (Film Studies & Sociology) from Brock University, and a Bachelor’s in Radio and Television Arts (Minor in Sociology) from Ryerson University. His publications and current research are focused in the areas of film and cultural studies, sport media, and experiential learning and teaching strategies.
Ext. 2862, email@example.com
Tunu Sodhi is the English Language Specialist for the Learning and Teaching Office. He works with faculty in the English Language Support for Faculty Program. Prior to joining Ryerson University, Tunu worked as an English as a Second Language teacher for 12 years.
Tunu has a Post-Graduate Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language from Humber College and a Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) which he received from University of Cambridge via Language Studies International. His undergraduate degree is in Philosophy from Trent University.
Ext. 3213, firstname.lastname@example.org
Amira supports the staff and the teaching chairs at the LTO. She takes care of the day to day needs of the office and the coordination and organization of workshops, seminars and conferences held by the Learning and Teaching Office. She earned her Bachelor of Science and Management in Biological Science at UOIT and a Certificate in Applied Digital Geography and GIS at Ryerson University.
Ext. 6105, email@example.com
Gosha Zywno is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, a 3M Teaching Fellow (the highest academic teaching award in Canada and the first-ever for Ryerson), and a winner of the provincial (OCUFA) and Ryerson teaching excellence awards. As an LTO faculty associate, Gosha's focus is on faculty development, instructional design and the use of educational technology. Gosha's professional interests are in control theory and in engineering education, particularly in the use of instructional technology. She has published extensively and conducted seminars and workshops at universities in Canada, Europe and the USA. Her research and educational leadership has been recognized by several international best paper and achievement awards from ASEE, iNEER, UICEE and ACC. Gosha holds an M.Eng. degree from the University of Toronto and a Ph.D. from Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, U.K. She is a Professional Engineer, Senior Member of IEEE, and a member of SLTHE and ASEE.