Allison Sekuler

Associate Vice President and Dean, Graduate Studies
Professor, Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour

Faculty of Science LogoCampus Address:
1280 Main Street West, GH 212

Phone: 905.525.9140 x24205

Research Interests

Teaching & Learning Research Interests:

  • Graduate education
  • Immersive undergraduate experiences
  • Global fluencies and internationalization
  • Interdisciplinarity
  • Teaching with Technology
  • Professional skills development and career path options in higher education


Current Teaching & Learning Research Projects:

Project Title Project Principal Investigator Project Collaborators
Taskforce on Interdisciplinary Programs A. Sekuler Numerous across campus
Ecosystems for Developing Transferable Skills A. Sekuler Peter Self
Under development: Undergraduate Student Research as a tool for enhancing success in underrepresented populations A. Sekuler TBD
Under development: Assessment of Transferable skills training initiatives A. Sekuler  

Publications & Presentations

Select Teaching & Learning Research Publications & Presentations:

Sekuler, A.B. (2011). Beyond labs and libraries: Building better pathways to the workforce.  In Global Perspectives on Measuring Quality. Washington, DC: Council of Graduate Schools.

Sekuler, A.B. (2010).  International collaboration and capacity building: Creating ‘DaVincis-by-Committee’ ” In Global Perspectives on International Collaborations. Washington, DC:  Council of Graduate Schools.

Interested in

Interested in:

  • Collaboration

Other Information

Other Information of Note:

One of the projects I would like to undertake is to determine the best ways of measuring outcomes of interventions/initiatives aimed at enhancing student success, transferable skills training, and career outcomes. I would be happy to chat with other like-minded folks about the topic.

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