Graduate Students

I consider mentoring to be an important part of teaching and believe that students, teachers, and faculty benefit from the direction provided by academic mentors and research supervisors. The importance of mentorship on the current and future success of students is not to be underestimated because it impacts productive research, coursework and grant decisions, improved networking with colleagues, and preparation for career decisions.

I have supervised the following research students:

Doctoral Students

Kerrie Charnley  (05/16 – ongoing) [co-supervised with Dr. J. Archibald}                                                             Assadullah Sadiq (09/15 – ongoing) [co-supervised with Dr. M. McTavish]                                                                      Harini Rajagopal (09/12 – ongoing) [co-supervised with Dr. M. Kendrick]
Laura Nichols (09/11 – ongoing)
Tess Prendergast (09/11 – ongoing)
Nikki Friedrich (09/09- 07/16)
Ji Eun Kim (09/06 – 09/14) [co-supervised with Dr. G. Williams]
Jodi Streelasky (09/04 – 04/11) [co-supervised with Dr. M. Kendrick]
Lyndsay Moffatt (09/03 – 07/08)
Gregory Bryan (09/02 – 07/09)
Suzanne Smythe (07/00 – 04/06)
Jackie Lynch (09/99 – 06/03)

Master of Arts Students

Mahshid Ghaffartehrani (09/15 – ongoing)
Allison Gear (09/10 – 03/13) [co-supervised with J. Hare]
Ji Eun Kim (01/05 – 08/06) [co-supervised with A. Anderson]
Marsha Frett (09/04 – 09/08)
Lyndsay Moffatt (09/01 – 07/03)
Nicole Reguish (07/94 – 08/00) [co-supervised with E. Lee]
Larry Johnson (09/91 – 12/95)