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|Manager, Teaching Initiatives||Experiential learning; undergraduate research; teaching support initiatives||Clare Gilderdale|
|Special Projects Officer, Teaching Initiatives||Teaching awards and grants; teaching initiatives; undergraduate research||Jennifer Evans|
|Teaching Initiatives Coordinator||Teaching awards and grants; teaching initiatives; communications||Tegan Mannisto|