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Susan Bens Program and Curriculum Development Specialist

Susan (PhD University of Saskatchewan) has worked at the U of S since 1997 in student affairs roles ranging from direct service to senior leadership and in 2011 joined the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness. As a member of the Curriculum Innovation Team, Susan works with a range of academic units supporting program and curriculum renewal and rejoices in seeing how different disciplines envision their curricula and move in the direction of their program goals. In addition to her practical knowledge of curriculum change processes, Susan can provide ideas for engaging student feedback and insight through focus groups and designing assessments that foster students' academic integrity. Susan serves as a professional affiliate in the Department of Educational Administration and, as a sessional lecturer, has taught a graduate course in university administration (Education) and undergraduate courses in leadership (Kinesiology, Agriculture & Bioresources).