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Tim Michel

SFU Staff
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Co-operative Education

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Meet Tim!

Tim Michel is Secwepemc and brings a real breadth and depth of experiences to the Work-Integrated Learning Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (WIL/WDI) team. He is an Indigenous Education specialist who has worked as a lecturer at SFU in the Faculty of Education. Tim applied his Masters in Distance and Distributive Education in designing and delivering online and face-to-face courses for the Faculty of Education.

Recently Tim worked on the PILAR Tobacco research project in the Faculty of Health Sciences at SFU. Tim also spent ten years as the Aboriginal Coordinator for the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Land & Food Systems at the University of British Columbia.

Tim is here to help, guide, and help Indigenous students with WIL and Co-op education.

How Can I Meet With Tim Michel?

Office Hours: Mondays 9 am to 11 am on Zoom

Meeting ID:    980 717 7915

Zoom Link:     https://sfu.zoom.us/j/9807177915

To arrange a meeting on other days and times, please email tmichel@sfu.ca.

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Tim Michel

SFU Staff
N/A
Co-operative Education
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