New director brings passion to Okanagan College post

Dr. Beverlie Dietze will join Okanagan College in January as its new Director of Learning and Teaching

Dr. Beverlie Dietze will join Okanagan College in January as its new Director of Learning and Teaching.

Dietze is an experienced post-secondary professional who has spent nearly three decades in the sector in a variety of roles that include faculty member, department head, director and campus dean.

“I am looking forward to contributing to Okanagan College and supporting faculty and staff to achieve success for students,” said Dietze. “I have a passion for teaching and learning and believe collaboration is the key to providing the best environment for students in pursuit of their education, career goals and in their desire to learn.”

Most recently Dietze has been working as an Assistant Professor at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax and concurrently as an online Adult Education Facilitator with Brock University in St. Catharine’s, Ontario – a position she has held for nine years.

Her experience working in the college sector is notable; specifically, her depth of knowledge in learner centred curriculum development, leadership and in the development of collaborative partnerships.

 

 

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