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Part-Time Teachers’ Conference

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Thank you for participating in PTTC 2022! See you next year!

Part-Time Teachers’ Conference

Humber College is hosting our annual Part-Time Teachers’ Conference virtually on May 27th and 28th for all Ontario part-time post-secondary faculty.

There is no cost to attend this event.

Given the broad-reaching impacts of the pandemic, the theme of this year’s conference is: “Perspectives: What We’ve Learned.

Together, we will explore different ways that the pandemic has impacted individuals and communities and reflect on key lessons learned. The conference theme encourages presenters to reflect on our individual and collective response to adapting teaching practices, methodologies and priorities since the start of the pandemic.

Humber-Seneca Polytechnic Partnership (HSPP)

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HSPP promotes co-operation and collaboration between Humber and Seneca, while enhancing and expanding learning opportunities for students at both institutions—as they begin, continue, or complete their postsecondary education.

HSPP diploma-to-degree pathways provide students at both institutions the opportunity to build on their credentials, without losing credits or delaying graduation. 

The partnership includes joint efforts to develop programs and curricula, enhance student services, and share operational costs. 

HSPP leverages the respective expertise of each institution for the benefit of all students. Combining strengths through the HSPP, Humber and Seneca provide learners with broader options and greater access to the world-class polytechnic education that will prepare them for their careers.

Keynote Speaker

FRIDAY, MAY 27TH, 2022

Anthony McLean

Anthony McLean

Leadership | Mental Health | Inclusivity

Anthony McLean has delivered hundreds of inspiring talks across Canada, including at McMaster University and the University of Regina, and in the United States, at California State University and Central Michigan University. He has been featured in the documentary films Colour Me, SOAR, and Rising Above. 

McLean is an accomplished actor and performer, has a background in theatre and is well-versed in topics related to mental health, diversity, and anti-racism. 

Keynote Speaker

SATURDAY, MAY 28TH, 2022

Dr. Delores Mullings

Dr. Delores Mullings

Dr. Mullings is a member of a large extended family, mother of two living Black queens, sister, friend, and second daughter and caregiver of Maddah Mullings, her original feminist. She a Professor and Memorial University’s inaugural Vice Provost Equity Diversity and Inclusion and Anti-Racism. Her community-based experience is in hostels, sexual assault centres and child welfare agencies supporting survivors of intimate partner violence and underhoused people and their children. Her interdisciplinary scholarship explores decolonizing post-secondary education, mothering, mental health and wellness, LGBTQ+ concerns, the Black Church, elders, migration and community engagement using critical pedagogies, in particular, anti-Black racism, Africentric theory and critical race theory. 

Current research includes Promoting Black Students’ Mental Health: A Pan-Canadian Research and Intervention Project on Social Determinants of Health and Equity in Canadian Universities, Improving COVID-19 vaccine confidence and uptake among Black Canadians, Black youth mental health after COVID-19 and community inclusion in small urban centres. She is the lead editor on a recently published seminal text Africentric Social Work (Fernwood) and a forthcoming anthology Black People’s Resilience During COVID-19: A Global Perspective (Demeter).

Dr. Mullings currently provides unpaid expert contribution to various national and provincial associations and institutions including Canadian Institute of Health Research Institute of Aging Older Adult Advisory Council, YWCA Canada Board of Directors, Black Canadian Studies Association, (Vice President), Halton Children’s Aid Society, One Vision One Voice Race Equity Practice Advisory Committee and incoming board member of Opera on the Avalon.