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4 faces from the academic wing. Also, an unrelated article: Sometimes students have legitimate complaints about teaching & more

4 faces from the academic wing

(left to right)

Michael Boire – Lecturer, Office of the Dean of Arts;  ABORIGINAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (ALOY)  ;

Derrick Bouchard – Dean of Engineering –

Irwin Streight –  Associate Professor – Department of English

Steve Lukits  – Associate Professor – Department of English

Catching up with the academic news:

The following two articles are in no way related to any of the four individuals above.

Organizational change takes a willingness to challenge the status quo

Article

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Sometimes students have legitimate complaints about teaching:
Sometimes Their Gripe is Legit

Article

 

 

 

2 Comments

  • Chantel Lavoie

    June 26, 2017 at 5:54 am

    The first order of business in our courses–as in the military itself–is clarity. This should also be the case with e-veritas. The colon following the heading “4 Faces from the Academic Wing” suggests very strongly that the statement about student complaints does indeed link to those “4 faces”, despite the vague note after that “The following two articles are in no way related to any of the four individuals above.” Then why the implication via punctuation and placement that they _are_ related? Our professors have been widely recognized–by students–for their dedication, teaching skills, and most of all their serious commitment to those who attend this remarkable institution.

    Dr. Chantel Lavoie
    Associate Professor
    Department of English, RMCC

  • rmcclub

    June 26, 2017 at 8:10 am

    Dr. Lavoie: Thank you for leaving the comment. On reflection, we can see where the first heading could have been misleading.

    We made a change. Hopefully, it clarifies the post better.

    We will continue to do our best.

    Best regards,

    Bill Oliver