People who teach. People who research. People who support. People who inspire. We hear time and time again that it’s our people who make us great. They create a sense of community, a feeling of belonging. It’s our students’ ability to not just talk to our faculty, but to get to know them. We invite you to do the same—get to know our people.


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Helping people realize their own potential can be challenging enough, but making sure society sees that same potential and worth is something else entirely. Many people might tire of what can often feel like an uphill battle, but not Karen Heslop. She couldn't imagine doing anything else.

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What happens when two lifelong music fans who also happen to be researchers get together for a cup of coffee?

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Where some might find a blank canvas daunting, Michelle Lavoie sees only possibilities—the opportunity to play and interact with ideas.

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Joanne Minaker believes that if we are willing to move beyond preconceived ideas, our understanding and the quality of care we have to offer will be enriched. Because care takes practice—and we should all work towards caring in the best way we can.

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Collaboration and curiosity drive Charlotte Hunt to find solutions to unusual backstage challenges. In her 20 years at the Citadel Theatre, she has become a master of conjuring all sorts of lifelike props—adding realism to the magic of theatre.

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Catherine Hedlin has been fortunate to spend her life doing work she is passionate about—caring for families and children. In her dream job as a teacher, she relishes being involved in educating the next generation of people who will carry on the work that she has dedicated her life to.

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