Assistant Director, Teaching Assessment

Gregory Hum, PhD
Tel: (416) 946-5248
gregory.hum@utoronto.ca

Gregory oversees the centralized course evaluations at the University of Toronto, working with the course evaluations team and others at CTSI on the ongoing development, analysis, reporting, operation, and implementation of the framework and system. Gregory also provides support and guidance to administrators and faculty on the interpretation and use of course evaluations.

Gregory’s academic background includes a PhD in Educational Technology and Learning Design from Simon Fraser University, and an MA in Educational Psychology from McGill University. Gregory’s work, past and present, focuses on educational development and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Within this, Gregory has a particular interest in the use, interpretation, and communication of both quantitative and qualitative research methodologies. Gregory’s past roles include: Research Coordinator at the University of British Columbia Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, Visiting Researcher at the University of Oxford, Research Assistant with the Teaching and Learning Development Grants program at Simon Fraser University, and high school teacher.