I regularly teach `Citizen-Oriented Governance in Canada` in the Masters of Policy and Public Administration Program at Ryerson University.
RU Women in the House program: offered for the first time as a course credit in Winter 2020, this small, experiential learning seminar will bring a select number of undergraduate students who identify as women to Parliament Hill where they will shadow a woman MP for the day. Look for further details including application information in early fall 2019!
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)
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.