It’s a question we often ask our potential students, but this exercise in self-reflection is applicable to us all. It is especially relevant now, as we are at the midpoint of our strategic plan and starting a new year. As a result, the theme of our latest issue is our vision for the future.
The School has grown considerably over the past five years, It has also successfully increased student numbers, teaching staff, and revenue. “We’ve grown our offerings and grown or numbers, and we’ve come a long way,” says Dean Potter. “This is a team effort.”
We sat down with some of the School of Continuing Studies’ Directors to ask a question we typically pose to our students: What do you have in mind?
As an instructor at the McGill Writing Centre, Michael Leo Donovan checks all the boxes: a graduate of the University of Southern California’s acclaimed Master of Professional Writing program, extensive experience as an author, scriptwriter, and story editor, and an obvious passion for teaching. But when the course you’re leading is Introduction to Scriptwriting for Television and Film, a little street cred doesn’t hurt.