TVO's BEST LECTURER

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Subject: TVO's BEST LECTURER
UofT St. George dominates once again. Queen´s has only 1 person and it´s from medicine. And for some wierd reaons, Osgoode Hall is seperate from York U! WTF!?

Anyways, check out Jordan Peterson, Psychology @ UofT St. George. He´s a brilliant lecturer.

http://www.tvo.org/TVOsites/WebObjects/TvoMicrosite.woa?bi_best_lecturer

[03-08-2006,04:53]
Anonymous
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Holy shit - 31 out of 71 nominated are from UofT.
[03-08-2006,04:57]
Anonymous
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Ryerson > UofT

Ontario´s Best Lecturer 2005!

10 lectures. 5 weeks. Reality TV with a high IQ.

The quest for a different kind of an idol has now concluded.

Congratulations to Arne Kislenko, professor of History at Ryerson University! Professor Kislenko´s lecture, WWII: The Russian Perspective, was scored the highest by BIG IDEAS viewers, thus earning him the inaugural, and most prestigious, title: Ontario´s Best Lecturer. Ryerson University has also been presented with a $10,000 TD Meloche Monnex scholarship. Thank-you to all of the participating professors, students and institutions and, of course, to BIG IDEAS viewers!

[03-08-2006,05:29]
Anonymous
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^ LMAO

Too bad Ryehigh would NEVER teach a class like ´WWII: The Russian Perspective´! This prof got hired to teach generic history and was biding his time until a bigger university noticed him. Congrats to him for using Rye as a springboard!

[03-08-2006,05:34]
Anonymous
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^ Jealous UofT kid
[03-08-2006,05:36]
Anonymous
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As a UofT student, who cares if a Ryerson prof won last year?

Listen to the lectures of Jordan Peterson and John Vervaeke @ the University of Toronto St. George. Both are brilliant lecturers.

[03-08-2006,19:07]
Anonymous



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