Brian Thorn’s Experience

Posted March 5th, 2015 By OCUFA

English/History, Nipissing University

My proudest teaching moment:

In 2013, a groups of students bought small gifts for me at the end of the teaching year.

Your greatest research accomplishment:

Having a monograph, Visions of the New World Order: Left and Right-Wing Women in Post-World War II Western Canada, accepted for publication.

How you use your knowledge, research skills and teaching ability to improve your community:

Helping to organize an annual undergraduate research conference, participating in events for the University community, assisting students with research projects In 2013, a groups of students bought small gifts for me at the end of the teaching year. , participating in student-run extracurricular activities.

The challenges I face in my work:

I commute to Nipissing/North Bay weekly from Peterborough, ON, where my family lives. I also teach as a Sessional Instructor in the History Department at Trent University – Oshawa.

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