Education

Masters of Library and Information Sciences – The University of Western Ontario. London, Ontario. Started: September 2014.  Expected: August 2015.

Completed courses:

  • LIS 9001 – Perspectives on Library and Information Science
  • LIS 9002 – Information Organization, Curation, and Access
  • LIS 9003 – Information Sources and Services
  • LIS 9004 – Research Methods and Statistics
  • LIS 9005 – Managing and Working in Information Organizations
  • LIS 9315 – Collection Development
  • LIS 9361 – Children’s Materials (Birth – 7 years) Evaluation and Use
  • LIS 9509 – Prospect Research in Fundraising
  • LIS 9630 – Academic Libraries (Online Course)
  • LIS 9723 – Web Design and Architecture
  • LIS 9152 – Information Literacy: Theory & Practice
  •  LIS 9362 – Materials for Older Children (8-12 years)
  •  LIS 9372 – Special Topic: Digital Humanities and Library & Information Science
  •  LIS 9650 – Special Libraries
  •  LIS 9670 – Introduction to Archives Administration

Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (with an Economics minor) – McMaster University. Hamilton, Ontario. Started: September 2010.  Graduated: June 2010 (Summa Cum Laude)

Political Science

  • POL SCI 1G06 – Politics & Government
  • POL SCI 2I03 – Global Politics
  • POL SCI 2J03 – Global Political Economy
  • POL SCI 2O06 – Political Theory
  • POL SCI 2XX3 – Politics of the Developing World
  • POL SCI 3B03 – Honours Issues in International Relations and Global Public Policy
  • POL SCI 3N06 – Research Methods, Statistics, and Political Analysis
  • POL SCI 3NN6 – Public Law
  • POL SCI 3X03 – Contemporary Security Issues
  • POL SCI 3Y03 – Democratization and Human Rights
  • POL SCI 4JJ3 (Honours Seminar) – Cosmopolitanism
  • POL SCI 4KD3 (Honours Seminar) – Emotion and the Global Economy
  • POL SCI  4KK3 (Honours Seminar) – Advanced Issues in Global Security
  • POL SCI 4RR3 (Honours Seminar) – Health Policy in the Industrialized World


Economics

  • ECON 1B03 – Introductory Microeconomics
  • ECON 1BB3 – Introductory Macroeconomics
  • ECON 2G03 – Intermediate Microeconomics I
  • ECON 2GG3 – Intermediate Microeconomics II
  • ECON 2H03 – Intermediate Macroeconomics I
  • ECON 2I03 – Financial Economics
  • ECON 2J03 – Environmental Economics
  • ECON 3Q03 – The Economics of Aging

(For a more in-depth account of my education, accio résumé)

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