As creative director she developed and supervised the development of the signature look and design of the ISE website, and developed the first guidelines for usability and navigation. Livingstone has worked for a variety of organizations in her career in the publishing field, including newspapers, non-profits, federal and provincial governments; over the years she has researched, written or edited a wide variety of materials including investigative articles, newspaper columns, academic papers, public reports, speeches, legislative cabinet documents, videos, and online materials for use on websites.
As Vice President of the ISE and one of the three founders of the ISE, Livingstone helped create and define the organization's mission, goals, policies and business strategy.
In her spare time, she is a working artist and volunteers significant time with local arts organizations. His interest in performance history and textual theory has resulted in a series of articles and book chapters on such topics, and has informed his editorial work as well. She joined the University of Victoria in July after finishing her Ph. Many of her papers deal with policy evaluation, whether in the field of family economics or in the context of interjurisdictional competition. She likes to go to the opera.
She specializes in acting, voice, speech, and directing, with particular interests in Shakespearean production and Asian Theatre. He was keynote lecturer at the Pacific Northwest Society Conference in Spokane and gave a plenary lecture at the Shakespeare Association of America in The Centre has been intimately involved in supporting the Internet Shakespeare Editions since their earliest days.
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Liddell came to humanities computing first through an interest in second language acquisition, in particular computer-aided learning and teaching. He has been a member of most senior University and Faculty computing committees, including the IT Planning committee, whose recommendations guide UVic's IT impetus still. He is currently also a member of the University Board of Governors.
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Monica has authored, co-authored and co-edited four books and four peer-reviewed journal special issues and has made over thirty contributions to the top journals and edited collections in her interdisciplinary fields of theatre and drama education. Some highlights of her scholarly publications include the monograph version of her dissertation, Teaching Spectatorship: Essays and Poems on Audience in Performance , her co-edited collection of arts-based research Poetic Inquiry: Vibrant Voices in the Social Sciences , and her award-winning text co-authored and edited with Professor Emeritus Juliana Saxton, Applied Theatre: International Case Studies and Challenges for Practice.
Monica is a freelance theatre reviewer for CBC Radio in Victoria to present and is actively involved in the local theatre community, particularly with her small theatre company WAVE Theatre. Havind Sehmi is seasoned senior executive with an MBA and over 25 years working in and with all levels of government, the business community, provincial post-secondary institutions and local community organizations.
He brings a combination of expertise garnered from provincial, academic and private sector experience. In the last several years, Havind was the co-founder of an on-line marketing company focused on helping companies maximize their on-line content and presence through the use of web site optimization, social media and pay per click advertising. He is an active volunteer in the community having served as President and Treasurer for the Island Montessori House Society, a current member of the Victoria Dragon Boat Society and he has coached or is coaching a number of youth sports including soccer, field hockey and basketball.
Terry Waller was born and educated in a small town about 30 miles north of London. His parents took him to the theatre at an early age. In his late teens he was fortunate enough to see great actors like Olivier, Gielgud, Guinness and Ustinov in their prime.
For the next fifteen years he lived and worked in Vancouver. Then he and his late wife, Myra, moved to Victoria in order to start up an antiques business.
It closed down in For years now he has sponsored productions at UVic. His latest sponsorship will help build a new stage for the Phoenix Theatre this year. Walzak has been active in the Canadian research and technology community for more than twenty years.
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