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Visiting Fellows in Educational Development
Liege, Belgium

Marianne Poumay

June 2008

Marianne Poumay

Marianne Poumay is a professor in the Département d'éducation et formation (Department of Education and Training)as well as the director of LabSET, a European centre aimed at assisting teachers, learners, and institutions acquiring distance learning technologies, at the Université de Liège in Belgium.

Together with Dieudonné Leclercq, Professor Poumay co-directs the Diploma in University Teaching known as 'Formasup,' a project aimed at professionalizing higher education teachers on a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning model. She acts as a consultant for various bodies such as the European Commission, and regularly sits on international selection and expertise committees. Professor Poumay is a member of various academic committees overseeing conferences or journals specializing in university teaching. She joined the University of Windsor as a Visiting Scholar in the Centre for Teaching and Learning in June 2008.

Alan Wright, Marianne Poumay and Marie-Jeanne Monette sitting at picnic table.

Marie-Jeanne Monette, Marianne Poumay and Alan Wright enjoy lunch on the beach at Point Pelee National Park.

Marianne Poumay standing in ankle-high water.

Marianne Poumay walks through the water at Point Pelee National Park.

Head and shoulder shot of Marie-Jeanne Monette and Marianne Poumay with beach behind them.

Marianne Poumay and Marie-Jeanne Monette look off to the distance at Point Pelee National Park.

Marianne Poumay and Fran├žois Georges posing at the southernmost tip of Canada. On the ground beneath them are numerous small Canadian flags planted into the sand.

Marianne Poumay and François Georges stand at the southernmost point of mainland Canada at Point Pelee National Park.

Marianne Poumay and Fran├žois Georges stand on a dock with boats in the background.

Marianne Poumay and François Georges pose by boats at the Windsor Yacht Club.