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Natalie Evans
BA (University of Guelph ), MA (University of Guelph ), PhD (University of Waterloo)
Media and Communication Studies, Business

Location:
GH408
Phone:
416-798-1331 ext. 6087
Email:
natalie.evans@guelphhumber.ca

Natalie Evans has been teaching at the University of Guelph-Humber since 2007. She has held two University of Guelph-Humber Research Grants allowing her to study animals in the media and media ethics in-depth. She has presented papers on these topics at the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, where Evans is also a Fellow. Evans published Animal Ethics and the Autonomous Animal Self in 2016 and has a book on animals and business ethics forthcoming. She is also a member of Women for Humane Canada. Evans’ research interests include the representation of animals and environmental issues in news media, as well as environmental communication. She specializes in ethical theory and applied ethics of various kinds, and has developed online and in-class courses on environmental ethics, animal ethics, media and business ethics.


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Anita Ewan
BA (Ryerson University), MEd (OISE University of Toronto), PhD (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Early Childhood Studies, Community Social Services

Location:
GH308
Phone:
416.798.1331 ext. 6302
Email:
anita.ewan@guelphhumber.ca

Dr. Anita Ewan started teaching at the University of Guelph-Humber in Fall 2019. Dr. Ewan, RECE, RSW, PhD, has 10 years of experience working with children and families. She has been teaching for four years in the fields of Early Childhood Studies and Social Work. Dr. Ewan is also a community researcher and recently published an article on the importance of centring the perspectives of community members who participate in community-based research. She has worked within various communities in many capacities (educator, organizer, tenant representative) and is passionate about advocating for social justice. Dr. Ewan has earned her PhD in social work from Wilfrid Laurier in 2020 with a broad research focus on race, gender and social policy. Dr. Ewan is currently conducting research on the effectiveness of her teaching pedagogy, which she defines as “critical nurturing” (Friedman & Poole, 2006) alongside her colleague, Lyndsay Macdonald, a professor at Humber College in the Early Childhood Education program. Dr. Ewan is practicing to become a doula with Doula Training Canada and an Indigenous social worker with Yellowhead Tribal College. 


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Caroline Fabbruzzo
BA (Ryerson University), MA (Ryerson University), Certificate in Infant Mental Health (York University)
Early Childhood Studies

Location:
GH308
Phone:
416.798.1331 ext. 6302
Email:
caroline.fabbruzzo@guelphhumber.ca

Caroline Fabbruzzo has taught at the University of Guelph-Humber since Fall 2018, Fabbruzzo (Ed.D [cand.], MA ECS, BA ECE, RECE) is an Instructor at UofGH (Early Childhood Studies) and Humber College, Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellness, Early Childhood Education Department. Fabbruzzo has over 25 years of experience in various aspects of children’s mental health, including child care, prevention and early intervention services, family support programs and coordinating national research projects. The focus of her work has been supporting children and families living in at-risk communities through interprofessional collaboration. Caroline has shared her knowledge and experience by presenting at various conferences and through publications. Fabbruzzo is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Education (Organizational Leadership) at the University of Western Ontario and sharing her experiences with post-secondary students


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Eufemia Fantetti
MFA (University of Guelph)
Electives

Location:
GH208
Phone:
416.798.1331 ext. 6312
Email:
eufemia.fantetti@guelphhumber.ca

Eufemia Fantetti has taught at the University of Guelph-Humber since 2018. Fantetti’s short fiction collection, A Recipe for Disaster & Other Unlikely Tales of Love (Mother Tongue Publishing), was runner up for the 2013 Danuta Gleed Literary Award and won the 2014 Bressani Prize for Short Fiction. She is a winner of Event Magazine’s Creative Nonfiction contest, a two-time finalist in the Canadian National Playwriting competition and a three-time winner of Accenti Magazine’s annual contest. Her writing was listed as a Notable Essay of 2009 in The Best American Essays Series and her work has been published in various anthologies including Conspicuous Accents, Emails from India, Fish, Exploring Voices, Love Me True and Body & Soul. She recently co-edited the anthology Tongues: On Longing and Belonging Through Language (Book*hug, 2021) with Leonarda Carranza and Ayelet Tsabari. She also teaches at Humber College and works as a co-editor of The Humber Literary Review.


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Nick Farnell

Media and Communication Studies

Location:
GH408
Phone:
416.798.1331 ext. 6087
Email:
nick.farnell@guelphhumber.ca

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Saro Farra

Kinesiology

Location:
GH308
Phone:
416.798.1331 ext. 6308
Email:
saro.farra@guelphhumber.ca

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Mark Federman
BASc (University of Toronto), MA (OISE University of Toronto), PhD (OISE University of Toronto)
Psychology

Location:
GH408
Phone:
416.798.1331 ext. 6071
Email:
mark.federman@guelphhumber.ca

Dr. Mark Federman has been teaching at the University of Guelph-Humber since winter 2018. In his private executive, leadership, and career coaching practice, and in his teaching, he creates conducive environments for an alternate future to become possible for students and clients alike. In doing so, he challenges students to think differently and co-create their own education experiences, and strives for students to exceed their prior self-expectations. As one student put it, “you really allowed me to showcase abilities I didn't really even know I had.” He has taught in Master’s programs in Sweden and Germany as well as in Canada, and some of his course materials are used worldwide. In addition to (hopefully once again) teaching and supervising at University of Guelph-Humber, and creating corporate learning interventions in Leadership, Appreciative Management, and Decision-Making in Complexity, in 2019 he will be a member of the inaugural faculty of a new master’s program at Schulich School of Business. He also teaches salsa dancing.


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Sergiu Fediuc

Kinesiology

Location:
GH308
Phone:
416-798-1331 ext. 6308
Email:
sergiu.fediuc@guelphhumber.ca

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Wayne Ferrell

Media and Communication Studies

Location:
GH408
Phone:
416-798-1331 ext. 6087
Email:
wayne.ferrell@guelphhumber.ca

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Paul Finlayson
BA (Concordia College), MA (University of Minnesota), MBA (York University)
Business

Location:
GH208
Phone:
416-798-1331 ext. 6221
Email:
paul.finlayson@guelphhumber.ca

Paul Finlayson has been an instructor in the Business program at the University of Guelph-Humber (UofGH) since 2013. Finlayson has also taught at Ryerson University, Algoma University, Yorkville University and George Brown College. Before pursuing an academic position, Finlayson worked as a credit analyst for a major bank and was a marketing director and business development director with a Calgary based wireless startup. He was a co-author on a Pearson marketing textbook and developed a brand marketing test bank for Ryerson University. Finlayson has also published numerous op-ed pieces with the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Edmonton Journal, Minneapolis Star-Tribune and others, as well as won a fiction writing contest with CBC Radio (AB). In 2016, Finlayson was awarded a UofGH research grant and wrote a case study on Awake Chocolate.


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