Dr. John Hoben
John Hoben is an Assistant Professor in Memorial University’s Faculty of Education. A former practicing lawyer, in 2007 he was awarded a Canada Graduate Scholarship (Doctoral) from the Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada to conduct a study of teacher censorship. He is also an award-winning poet (i.e. provincial & university-level) who researches how poetry and narrative can be used to provide insights about culture and identity. John has authored publications on a wide range of topics including: critical research and literacies, education and the imagination, the law, cultural memory and loss, free speech, and democratic education.
Dr. Donna Moralejo
Dr. Donna Moralejo is originally from Montreal, where she has attended McGill University and earned a B.Sc. in microbiology and immunology, an applied Master's (M.Sc.(A)) in nursing, and a B.A. in the history of non-western societies. She completed a Ph.D. in epidemiology at the University of Calgary. She has work experience in surgery, infection prevention and control, and international health, has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and has supervised over two dozen graduate students. She is currently a professor and the associate dean (graduate programs) at Memorial University's Faculty of Nursing in St. John’s, NL Her research interests include infection prevention and control issues, surveillance and promotion of evidence-based practice.
Charlene Walsh is a faculty member with the Fisheries and Marine Institute. For over 10 years she has been involved with the development of graduate programs at MI - from proposal development to course development to instruction on online delivery and assessment strategies. Charlene works closely with individual instructors on their teaching practice. She delivers instructional skills and workshops to MI and international faculty, particularly relating to online education, and also in areas of competency-based education and training, assessment, and course design.