Adriana Morrell, PhD

Faculty
I am very passionate about teaching and research. I was born in Cuba and obtained my BSc and MSc degrees at the University of Havana, where I worked as Plant Physiology instructor in 2006-2009. I came to Canada to complete my PhD research at the University of Saskatchewan in 2010. My doctoral research examined the effects of sequence and frequency of crops in pulse and wheat based rotation systems and their influence on fungal diversity, microbial community structure, and crop performance. I became a full-time instructor in the Agriculture Science program at Lethbridge College in 2015. I am currently teaching Plant Physiology, Soil Fertility, Field Crop Production and Special Crop Production courses.

Amy Hodgson-Bright, PhD

Faculty
I have a PhD in English from the University of Alberta. I have written two novels for young adults. My teaching pedagogy aims to foster critical learning skills in students through both print-based and non-print-based texts, and to encourage them to be self-sufficient learners, readers and writers.

Audie Ward, Red Seal Endorsed

Faculty, Chair
I am a Red Seal journeyman powerline technician as well as a Red Seal journeyman electrician. I have been involved in trades occupations my entire career. I believe in having a good work ethic and pride in workmanship. I hope to pass on my knowledge to give students a foundation for their chosen career as powerline technicians. Safety, teamwork and attention to detail are my focus.

Christopher Hotton, JD

Faculty
I received a diploma in Business Administration from Lethbridge College, a Bachelor of Management from the University of Lethbridge and a law degree from Brigham Young University. My teaching focus is business law, labour relations and financial planning.

Dave Heins, Red Seal Endorsed

Faculty, Chair
I got my Alberta Journeyman Welding Certificate in 1999 and have welded ever since. I use this vast expertise in my teaching. My main focus is to combine as much of the latest technology into my everyday teaching.

David Maze, MAIS

Chair
Dave was born and raised in Edmonton. He became interested in policing early in his life and joined the Edmonton Police Service Venturer Cadet program while in high school. After graduating from the Law Enforcement Program at Grant MacEwan Community College in 1985, Dave then began a 27-year career with the Lethbridge Police Service. Dave is married to Helen and they have one daughter, Katherine. Dave enjoys golfing, fly fishing and travel with his friends and family.

Edith Olson, PhD

Faculty, Chair
College credentials in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry from Aberdeen, Scotland. B.Sc. (Hons) in Soil Science from University of Aberdeen, Scotland. PhD in Water and Land Resources from University of Alberta, Canada. Focus on Soil Science, Water Quality, Statistics, Applied Research in Soil and Water Quality.

Everett Hanna, PhD

Faculty
Dr. Hanna holds two diplomas (applied fish and wildlife biology), an honours Bachelor of Science degree (biology), and a PhD (ecology and evolution) with more than 15 years’ experience as a consulting wildlife biologist and researcher focusing on the management and conservation of game birds, songbirds, big game, and various at-risk species across North America.

Gary Barron, PhD

Faculty
I am a generalist sociologist who is interested in how categories and numbers are made and what they do once they are brought into the world. More traditionally stated, my scholarly interests are the politics and organization of knowledge, science and technology, health and illness, mental health and illness, the intersections of these with law, organizations, performance and strategy.

Ibrahim Turay, MA

Faculty
Ibrahim joined the School of Justice Studies as a full-time faculty member in 2015.