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Carmen Cookson-Hills, MA

Carmen Cookson-Hills
Discipline/Program
Library & Student Supports
Title
Library Program & Service Assessment Specialist
Office
1006Q
Phone
403.342.3244
Biography

Carmen compiles and assesses statistics for the Library and Student Supports division. By analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, she helps to uncover the stories behind the numbers. She is passionate about learner experience in post-secondary, and has an extensive background in student services. Carmen has also taught several English and Film courses at the College. 

Education
  • M.A. (English), University of Victoria
  • B.A. (Honours in English), University of Calgary
Main Areas of Teaching

Essay Composition and Critical Reading
Film History

Scholarly Activity

Publications

Cookson-Hills, Carmen. "It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad River Valley: A Personal Exploration of Vermont’s Counterculture Architecture." In progress for publication in Moof Magazine, vol. 9, Spring 2021.

Cookson-Hills, Carmen. "Films for a Summer’s Day." Moof Magazine, vol. 8, Summer 2020, pp. 15-17.

Awards and Honours

  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Graduate Scholarship, University of Victoria
  • Faculty of Arts Silver Medallion for Excellence, University of Calgary
  • Student Writer Award of Excellence, Bronze, Red Deer College
  • Student Writer Award of Excellence, Silver, Red Deer College
  • Rick Girard Memorial Scholarship, Red Deer College
  • Charles S.H. Campbell Endowment Scholarship, Red Deer College
  • Student Writer Award of Excellence, Silver, Red Deer College
  • John A. Evans Memorial Scholarship, Red Deer College
  • Dr. Al Burden Award, Red Deer College

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