Nov 15, 2018
Your team has completed a fantastic project and you're considering submitting it for an award but are unsure of how to do so. In this episode I talk about award nominations, building a project portfolio to support a nomination, and how to build compelling award narratives.
I would love to hear your suggestions for...
Oct 31, 2018
Meetings and committees are part of professional life, more so if you happen to be spending your time inside academia. Despite the role meetings play in professional settings very few public history programs or history graduate training contains information on how to run an effective meeting, building agendas, and...
Oct 18, 2018
Last week I spent time with undergraduate students from Huron University College's history program. As part of the "Documenting early residential schools" a SSHRC Partnership Engage project between Huron University College, the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre, and the Woodland Cultural Centre students were able to...
Oct 4, 2018
week, month, year has been hella hard for a lot
of folks, with the news cycle making it extremely difficult to
function 'normally.' What do you do when you are facing creative
blocks, an inability to write, or feelings that whatever you are
creating doesn't matter? In this episode I talk about finding
Sep 18, 2018
With the start of the new school year I've been thinking a lot about the intersection of language, gender, and creating braver education spaces. How post-secondary educators and public history facilitators work to be more inclusive in their language, programming, and practices. In this episode I talk about...