Susan Chaudoir
 
“Failte”
I was born in Wisconsin but I have journeyed many miles from the land of cheese and home of Lambeau. I have lived in Illinois, Texas, California, Scotland and now Canada. My interests lie in historical sites, glacial landscapes, natural resource management and volunteer engagement in environmental sustainability. Oh, and I’m an ardent bird watcher! 

In 2009, I started an interdisciplinary PhD study in Writing Studies and Higher Education Curriculum at the University of Alberta. I work with two admirable advisors, Professor Marg Iveson, in Secondary Education, and Professor Roger Graves, in Writing Studies. My emphasis is on undergraduate writing assignments in disciplinary contexts using rhetorical genre theory to understand how students learn the genres they are asked to write.

In 2007, I completed a case study in Scotland, with Professor Pete Higgins and Dr. Robbie Nicol, at the University of Edinburgh. During my research, I learned a little Gaelic. “Failte” is Gaelic for “welcome” and I invite you to make yourself at home and browse my web pages.
If you would like further details that you cannot find on my web site, please contact me.http://www.secondaryed.ualberta.ca/http://www.ualberta.ca/~graves1/http://www.education.ed.ac.uk/outdoored/shapeimage_2_link_0shapeimage_2_link_1shapeimage_2_link_2
 
email: s.chaudoir@mac.commailto:s.chaudoir@mac.comshapeimage_3_link_0
 
UK
c/o GreenFerry Trust and
Joyce Faulkner
1F1, 4 Stoneycroft Road
South Queensferry EH30 9HX
West Lothian
UNITED KINGDOM
 
CANADA
University of Alberta, 
Interdisciplinary Studies
Faculty of Education
Box 60 Education South
Edmonton, AB T6G 2G5
CANADA
voicemail:  780-441-1423
email: chaudoir@ualberta.ca
All photographs by Susan Chaudoir