Coordinator, Programs & Strategic Initiatives, CTSI
ACTING COORDINATOR, PROGRAMS & STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
As the Acting Coordinator, Programs and Strategic Initiatives, for the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI), Nancy works with U of T colleagues to plan and organize teaching workshops, courses and events (such as the Fundamentals of University Teaching course and the Teaching & Learning Symposium). She also assists with the preparation of teaching award dossiers for certain key external teaching awards and conducts research to provide input on various CTSI strategic initiatives.
Nancy comes to CTSI from the Rotman School of Management, where she was the Program Events and Team Development Coordinator for the full-time MBA Program for 11 years. Nancy brings many years of experience in event planning, program administration, and communications to her new role with CTSI. Previously, she worked with
the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Pharmacy’s International Pharmacy Graduate (IPG) program and the Ontario College of Physiotherapists. Nancy completed her undergraduate degree in Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier University, and is looking forward to new learning and development opportunities within CTSI and U of T.
On leave until December 2018:
As the Coordinator, Programs and Strategic Initiatives for the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI) and the Teaching Assistants’ Training Program (TATP), Erin works with U of T colleagues to plan and organize teaching workshops, courses and events (such as the Fundamentals of University Teaching course, TA Day and the Teaching & Learning Symposium).
Erin comes to CTSI from the Department of Physics, where she was the Program Coordinator for the NSERC CREATE HEATER Program. Erin brings five years experience in event planning, program administration, data management, and communications to her new role with CTSI. She has been with the University of Toronto for three years, holding earlier positions with the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and the Division of Engineering Science. Throughout this time, Erin has made her mark with a number of professional development initiatives. She was instrumental in developing a professional skills curriculum with the Career Centre for CREATE Programs, and an alumni lecture series with the Faculty of Pharmacy.
Originally from Edmonton, Erin completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Alberta, where she also worked in international education for two years after graduation. Erin holds a Masters Degree in Art History from Carleton University and is, at present, completing the Project Management Certificate Program at the School of Continuing Studies.