I regularly teach "Citizen-Oriented Governance in Canada" in the Masters of Policy and Public Administration Program at Ryerson University.
A small number of spaces in the Women in the House program (see below) are reserved for women-identifying students registered in the MPPA Program.
RU Women in the House program: offered for the first time as a course credit in Winter 2020, this small, experiential learning seminar offers a unique opportunity for Faculty of Arts students who identify as women to develop their professional skills and network with women activist leaders and elected officials. As part of the program, students shadow a woman MP for the day, attend Question Period, and network and socialize with MPs, Senators, policymakers, political staffers and members of the Canadian press gallery. During the global pandemic, these activities are taking place virtually. The course is co-taught with Peggy Nash, Senior Advisor to the Dean of Arts at Ryerson University.
I am interested in supervising graduate students on topics related to women and politics, Canadian politics, national identity in Canada, citizen/public engagement, and Ontario/provincial public policies relevant to women and/or gender.
You can also follow us on twitter here, where we promote our various events, some of which are open to the wider Ryerson community and members of the public: @RUWomeninHouse
I also regularly teach Canadian politics in the Politics & Governance and Public Administration Programs and Women and Comparative Politics in the Politics and Governance Program at Ryerson University. I have previously taught courses on political parties and interest groups, American Politics and Comparative politics at other universities (University of Calgary and Wilfrid Laurier University)