PhD in Educational Studies – Jill Grose
Jill Grose will present her thesis defence on Thursday, March 30 at 2 p.m. in TH 253. The title of her thesis is “TA Tales: [Re]storying the Teaching and Learning Experiences of University Teaching Assistants.” Examining committee members are June Corman, chair; J. Gary Knowles, OISE/University of Toronto, external examiner; Michael Kompf, supervisor; Joseph Norris, internal examiner; Renee Kuchapski and Constance Russell, committee members.
MSc in Management – Anis Triki
Anis Triki, Faculty of Business, Department of Accounting, will present his thesis on Monday, April 4 at 3 p.m. in Taro Hall 230. The title of his thesis is “Accountants’ Ethical Sensitivity.” His examining committee members are Tony Shaw, chair; Emad Mohammad, external examiner, McMaster University; Darlene Bay, supervisor; Gail Lynn Cook and Mark Julien.
Master of Education — Paul White
Paul White will present his thesis defence on Tuesday, April 19 at 10 a.m. in WH 147 (Welch Hall). The title of the thesis is “Introduction to Engineering: A Case Study of an Interdisciplinary Course in Mathematics, Science, and Technology.” External examiner: Ronald Hansen, University of Western Ontario; supervisor: Xavier Fazio; committee members: Joe Engemann and Louis Volante; chair of the examining committee: Tiffany Gallagher.
Master of Education — Jennifer Brant
Jennifer Brant will present her thesis defence on Wednesday, April 20 at 10 a.m. in WH 147 (Welch Hall). The title of the thesis is “Aboriginal Women in Education: Honouring Our Experiences – A Vision of Access and Success to and within the University.” External examiner: Carmen Robertson, University of Regina; supervisor: Michael Manley-Casimir; committee members: Michelle McGinn, Mary-Louise Vanderlee, and John Hodson; chair of the examining committee: Jonathan Neufeld. All are welcome to attend.
MSc in Management – Zhanpeng He
Master of Science in Management thesis defence for Zhanpeng He, Faculty of Business, Department of Finance, Operations and Information Systems, will be Friday, April 29 at 2 p.m. in Taro Hall 230. The title of his thesis is “Using Bayesian Model for Bankruptcy Prediction: A Comparative Approach.” His examining committee members are Robert Dimand, chair; Peter Easton, external examiner, University of Notre Dame; Samir Trabelsi, supervisor; Lawrence He and Martin Kusy.
All are welcome to attend the thesis defences.