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TEACHING ASSISTANTS

Here are posted short bios of Dr. Kislenko’s teaching and marking assistants. If you are interested in applying for work as an assistant please contact Dr. Kislenko for further instructions and criteria. In general, all assistants must meet the following conditions:

1) have a minimum Honours BA in History, International Relations, or similar field. Ideally be enrolled in a graduate programme (Masters or PhD level) at an accredited institution, preferably in History or International Relations, although other programmes may be acceptable

2) be able and willing to work in accordance with the class timetables Dr. Kislenko has in the given term

3) be able and willing to work as part of a team and to have an interactive approach to teaching and learning

4) be genuinely committed to teaching with an obvious enthusiasm and desire to learn.

 

TAs Fall 2017:

Susana Gomez Baez

Susana Gomez Baez is a Ryerson journalism graduate currently pursuing her masters in Public Policy and Administration. She also works as a television broadcast writer at the Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC). Her keen interest in history led her to branch out and write an extracurricular thesis in the last year of her degree. Outside the classroom, Susana is a member of the International Issues Discussion (IID) series and participated in a semester-long exchange program to The Netherlands in 2014, both of which gave her the opportunity to meet people or visit places that have or are currently shaping history. Her email is sgomezba@ryerson.ca

Alex Sawicki

Alex Sawicki graduated from Ryerson University with an Honour’s Bachelor’s Degree in History, and is a proud recipient of the History Department’s Essay Award. He has spent the better part of this year working as a Research Analyst for the NATO Association of Canada, and previously worked for the CBSA as a Student Border Services Officer. Alex displays a keen interest in matters of Global Security, with a focus on Cybersecurity, Internet Privacy, and Cryptocurrencies. Alex plans to pursue a MSc in Global Security at the University of Glasgow in 2018. He can be reached at alex.sawicki@ryerson.ca

Aidan Kerr

 

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