Knowledge Matters: Essays in Honour of Bernard J. Shapiro
By: Paul Axelrod (author)Hardback
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An insightful look by leading scholars at the changing face of the contemporary university.
Paul Axelrod describes the educational and career pathways of one of Canada's most accomplished educators, Bernard J. Shapiro, principal of McGill University from 1994 to 2001. A restaurateur, psychologist, dean of education, and deputy minister in the Ontario government, Shapiro's vocational choices were eclectic and always challenging. He was fascinated by the way people attain knowledge and worked to enable them to do so more successfully both within and outside educational institutions. He has left an indelible mark on Canadian educational life; this volume is a tribute to the respect he elicited among his colleagues and peers.
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