Dr. Melanie Hamilton


Melanie is a nurse by discipline and taught in two different Bachelor of Nursing programs in Alberta for over 20 years.  She has a passion for curriculum design, review, and revision.  She has a Master of Nursing Education and a Doctor of Educational Leadership in Higher Education.  She is currently teaching in the Masters of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.  Melanie has been an active SoTL researcher for the past 12 years.  She is the current Chair of SoTL Canada and the VP Canada for the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (iSSoTL).  She is also the recipient of a 2020 ISSoTL Fellowship.  Melanie's research interests include early career researchers and mid-career faculty, mid-career faculty and SoTL, and academic integrity and dishonesty.



Alison Kraft, Program Coordinator


Alison Kraft has worked at the University of Saskatchewan since 2011.  She worked in the College of Graduate Postdoctoral Studies for eight years as Program Advisor gaining experience about graduate programming and policies.  Alison has worked in the College of Education since 2019 and enjoys working with graduate students providing guidance on graduate studies.