My Brief Educational Developer Career
As a graduate student and a teaching assistant, I frequented the Centre for Teaching and Academic Growth (now transformed to the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology) at the University of British Columbia.
Since 2003, I worked part-time as a graduate academic assistant while completing my doctoral degree in Food Science (dairy protein chemistry).
In 2006, I became a part-time Educational Developer while serving as an Academic Advisor for students in a professional degree program in Food Science.
In 2011, I became a full-time Educational Developer and continue to teach a second year introductory food science course.