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Becoming a Golden Hawk means more than just cheering on our (really good) varsity teams – it means being a student who cares about your community, who works hard in the classroom, and who takes advantage of all the learning opportunities that can happen outside the classroom, too.


Mary Wilsonmary-wilson.jpg

Vice Provost: Teaching and Learning

As Wilfrid Laurier University’s vice-provost: teaching and learning, I create opportunities for members of the Laurier community to engage in ongoing conversations and scholarly explorations of what matters most in the education of our students. I am a passionate advocate for innovations in curriculum and evidence-based, inclusive teaching and learning practices and keen to advance the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) at Laurier. I am committed to deepening Laurier's shared dedication to excellence in curriculum and teaching and learning, and to advancing our collective efforts to graduate students who are well prepared to lead rich and meaningful personal and professional lives.

Jeanette Parsons jeanette parsons

Director, Accessible Learning

  • jparsons@wlu.ca
  • Teaching and Learning Commons, Laurier’s Waterloo campus

Jan BassoJan Basso

Assistant Vice-President: Experiential Learning and Career Development

  • jbasso@wlu.ca
  • 519.884.0710 x4137
  • CC102, Experiential Learning and Career Development Centre, 192 King St. N., Waterloo

Joseph BeerJoseph Beer

Director: Teaching, Learning and Development 

  • jbeer@wlu.ca
  • 519.884.0710 x4734
  • P247, Teaching and Learning Commons (Peter's Building), Waterloo

Sara NeziolSara Neziol

Manager, Education Advising

Mary ScottMary Scott

Director, eLearning

  • mscott@wlu.ca 
  • P238-A, Teaching and Learning Commons (Peter's Building), Waterloo

Lindsay TaylerLindsay Tayler

Director, Office of Continuing Education

  • ltayler@wlu.ca
  • P241-D, Teaching and Learning Commons (Peter's Building), Waterloo

Contact Us:

Teaching and Learning at Laurier

E: wluteaching@wlu.ca

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