We will look at a broad range of issues surrounding teaching and learning in higher education. Challenges, threats and opportunities offered by technology in higher education are explored; the role of higher education in economic recovery, health, environment and climate change, financial system and global affairs is discussed.
An ever-changing environment.
We get a close look at how higher education create dynamic shift in mindset that reshape our society; while constantly reinventing itself through the evolution of teaching and learning environment in different parts of the world to adapt to the needs, new demands and challenges of the society; and how professors and students relentlessly adapt to this ever changing environment.
Specific first season on COVID-19.
Education has been the cornerstone of society from the beginning, weathering everything from the brutal transformational changes to disruptive technology and recently the covid 19 pandemics.
In our first season, we are trying to understand how higher education has weathered the covid 19 pandemic, bringing to you the perspectives of three distinguished professors at Mount Royal University.
1st Season - The Impact of COVID-19 in Hight Education
Dr. Michael Uzoka is a Full Professor in Department of Mathematics and Computing at Mount Royal University and Adjunct Professor in the faculty of commerce catholic university of eastern Africa Kenya and the ICT University in Baton Rouge in USA.
Michael's research interests are Medical Informatics, Evaluation Systems, Computing Disciplinary Studies, and Technology Adoption and Innovation.
Dr. Faith-Michael Uzoka, PhDFull Professor in the department of Mathematics and Computing
Dr. Aliyah Dossani is a Full Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Health, Community and Education at Mount Royal University. She is also an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences, Cumming School of Medicine, at the University of Calgary in Calgary. Her work focuses on maternal, newborn, and child health. Her research interests include working with at-risk populations through community-based programs and interventions. She also shares a passion for global health issues. She is the Lead Editor of Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective.
Dr. Aliyah Dosani, PhDFull Professor in School of Nursing & Midwifery
Dr. Nwaishi Felix. Felix is the assistant professor in the department of Earth and environmental sciences where he teaches terrestrial ecology among other courses. His approach is grounded in the belief that learning in the earth and environmental science disciplines should progress beyond theoretical knowledge by providing students with the practical skills required to address real-world environmental challenges.
Dr. Felix Nwaishi, PhDAssistant Professor in the department of Earth & Environmental Sciences
Jacqueline Musabende, MSc, Ph.D., PMP
Assistant Professor – International Business Public Financial Management Advisor – International Monetary Fund Bissett School of Business
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