Hi! My name is Shannon Webb and I’m so happy to be involved in Team Experience! I am super excited to share my DC experience as a faculty member with the Schools of Interdisciplinary Studies and Health and Community Services. Maybe you’ll gain some insight into the life of a… Continue Reading More about Shannon
My name is Tanya Roberts and I am the Sustainability Coordinator for Durham College. I’ve been working at the college for a little over a year now and it’s been a lot of fun so far! Before coming here, I worked at York University, where I completed my Bachelor’s Degree… Continue Reading More about Tanya
Along the way I’ve learned to embrace my inner geek. I don’t shy away from it anymore. I dig film, photography, Star Trek and cats! I love playing pinball, video games, and I’m a DIY foodie! I have a thing for technology and get nerdy with gadgets. I’m curious by… Continue Reading More about Jennifer
Life is what you make of it Colleagues describe me as energetic, enthusiastic, task oriented, and always ready to accept a challenge. I have been fortunate to work in various roles on the Durham College campus since 1997, providing a wide range of experiences and viewpoints of the college (student… Continue Reading More about Lori
It is a well-known fact that University provides the why, while college provides the how. One of the common observations made by managers concerning their university hires is that they find it difficult to apply their theoretical knowledge in a practical setting, and as such require that the company invest… Continue Reading THE COMPETITIVE EDGE COLLEGE PROVIDES
Finals are quickly approaching and graduation will be on the horizon soon enough as well. Now most students start stressing over final assignments, final exams and final grades (as you should especially if you need a mark boost). This leaves the… Continue Reading The Final Frontier
I remember when I was young and I didn’t really know what I wanted to be. Everyone would ask me what I wanted to do ‘when I grew up’. My response was always the same: I don’t know. I think that’s a big reason we decide to go to University… Continue Reading What do you want to be when you grow up?
This past Saturday, I wrote the LSAT. It was my first attempt and most likely, my last. At almost $200.00 a test, being a mature student, and being a mother trying to watch my budget, I really cannot budget a rewrite. It was my chance to show University of Toronto… Continue Reading The LSAT