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Corrine Bent-Womack

Educational Developer, Anti-Racist Pedagogies
Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre, Institute for the Study of University Pedagogy

Corrine Bent-Womack has more than a decade of experience in administrative and research roles at the University of Toronto. She holds a Master of Education degree in Higher Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) and is currently pursuing a PhD at OISE, where her research will explore critical-race feminism (intersectionality), work-integrated learning, and inclusive curriculum design.

Corrine is a strong advocate of purposeful and progressive curriculum development that promotes decolonial and anti-racist education. She is an active member of OISE’s Department of Leadership Higher and Adult Education (LHAE) Anti-Black Racism Group, where their primary goal is to execute actionable initiatives to inspire systemic and institutional change by prioritizing teaching and learning practices and strategies that support equality for Black faculty, staff, and students. She is also a member of the National Black Graduate Network (NBGN), which promotes critical dialogue against prejudice and discrimination, and a member of the UTM Institutes EDI Committee. Interested in developing new approaches to teaching and learning, Corrine has worked with Riipen, a leading-edge Experiential Learning platform, to develop flexible and customized course content templates, as well as web-based applications.

M.Ed. (Higher Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto)
H.B.A. (Business Media & Communications, Brock University)