Aniko Varpalotai, Western University

Education Professor Emerita London, Ontario aniko@uwo.ca

Bio/Research

My current research interests include: health and rural education from Canadian and international perspectives, as well as gender issues in education. I have completed research projects in these areas in rural Southwestern Ontario, Wales, and most recently in rural Tanzania.

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Bio/Research

My current research interests include: health and rural education from Canadian and international perspectives, as well as gender issues in education. I have completed research projects in these areas in rural Southwestern Ontario, Wales, and most recently in rural Tanzania.

I graduated with a BA/BPHE in Physical and Health Education from Queen?s University, where I also received my MA in the Sociology of Sport. My PhD was completed at OISE/UofT in the Sociology of Education.

My teaching areas include: Intermediate/Senior Health Education, and Teaching in Rural and Remote Schools and Communities, in the Preservice Program. In the Graduate Program I teach: Introduction to Gender Issues in Education (9624); Diverse Traditions in Education Research (9678); and Theory and Practice in Health and Movement Education (9582). I am also an Affiliate Member of the Department of Women?s Studies and Feminist Research; and a member of the graduate program of the School of Kinesiology, Faculty of Health Sciences.


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