Source: University of Ottawa By Kelly Haggart
Professor Richard Barwell joined the University of Ottawa in 2006 and was director of graduate studies (English-language sector) in the Faculty of Education from 2012 to 2016. Before that, he worked as a high school math teacher in his native England, a VSO volunteer in Pakistan and a lecturer in education at the University of Bristol. The Gazette sat down with uOttawa’s newest dean to learn more.
Where were you in Pakistan and what were you doing?
There’s a road that goes from Islamabad, which is on the plains, through the mountains to China. I was three-quarters of the way along that road, at about 7,500 feet altitude, in the Hunza Valley.
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