Community Studies/SPAL Course Syllabi

COMS1100 Introduction to Community Studies – Term 1 – Leigh Potvin

COMS1100 Introduction to Community Studies – Diane Toomey

COMS1100:75 Introduction to Community Studies – Pam Seville

COMS2103 An Experiential Introduction to Research Methods – Chantal Phillips

COMS2103 An Experiential Introduction to Research Methods – Pat Mahar

COMS3100 Community Action Project – Sue MacKenzie

COMS3100 Community Action Project – Emily Root

COMS3100 Community Action Project-Pat Mahar

COMS4100 Senior Seminar – Bettina Callary

SPAL1104:10 Physical Activity & Sport Practice – Bettina Callary

SPAL2103 Sports Skills and Leadership -Lindsey MacIntosh

SPAL2104 Outdoor Skills and Leadership Emily Root

SPAL2108 Physical Activity Skills and Leadership – Lindsey MacIntosh

SPAL3104 Principles of Coaching – Bettina Callary

SPAL3106 Adventure Programming – Pat Maher

 

Pat Maher
Associate Professor, Community Studies

Office: B-268-D

Phone: 902.563.1230
http://drpatmaher.com

Jane Connell
Assistant Professor, Community Studies

Office: B-268-A

Phone: 902.563.1222

Bettina Callary
Assistant Professor, Community Studies

Office: B-268-C

Phone: 902.563.1452

John Hudec
Assistant Professor, Community Studies

Office: B-268-E

Phone: 902.563.1982

Sue MacKenzie
Part-time Instructor, Community Studies

Phone: 902-371-3473

Emily Root
Assistant Professor, Community Studies

Office: B-268-B

Phone: 902-563-1889

Pam Seville
Part-time Instructor, Community Studies