Christie Stewart

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Acting Associate Director
Phone number: 
519-824-4120 x56856
Day Hall 200
Current Areas of Focus: 
• Faculty programming and development • New faculty development • Course and assessment design • Communities of Practice • Teaching and Learning Network • University Teaching Leadership Fellows

Christie Stewart is an Educational Developer and the Acting Associate Director, supporting faculty development and curriculum development at the Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL).

Prior to joining the Office of Teaching and Learning, Christie worked at St. Clair College, and the University of Windsor, where she guided faculty in developing learning outcomes and assessment alignment, course curriculum design, curriculum mapping, and co-designed and co-facilitated workshops for faculty and graduate students.

She has also designed her own courses as an Assistant Professor and Instructor over the past ten years in Environmental Science and Biology at Western University, Huron University College and St. Clair College. Christie holds a PhD in Plant Sciences from Western University and a MSc and BSc from the University of Windsor.

“I bring to the team and my role as an Educational Developer a long and strong history of project development and organization, with roots as a faculty member and PhD in an interdisciplinary field. My past lenses allow me to see connections at multiple scales, helping me anticipate challenges and navigate a complex landscape. The opportunity to express my creativity through generating new ideas, new ways of doing things, and new ways of thinking in my work, regardless of the task, excites and sustains me. I aim to build meaningful relationships and facilitate the creation of communities that centre around care, compassion and growth. I am fiercely determined to find ways to ‘get things done,’ but not without a team beside me. A collaborative and inclusive working environment is where I flourish, knowing that the contributions of many make for a better outcome.”