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Martine Thivierge-Bournival – Director for the Success Centre

Telephone: 613-541-6000 ext 6979; CSN: 271-6979

Martine Thivierge-Bournival has an undergraduate degree in French Studies, with double majors in French literature and linguistics. She has also completed graduate programs in communication, journalism, and human resources.  She has been working with the Department of National Defence since 2004. Martine was a teacher for 12 years, and a senior teacher for 6 years at the RMC Language Centre. She briefly worked in Labour Relations before coming back to the college to take on the role of Director of the Success Centre (she has really missed the college, especially working with students).  She created the Bilingualism Club in 2016 and has always been very involved in student life at RMC. She has done research in linguistics and education and has always kept herself up to date on new learning technologies and new teaching methods, in order to help students.

Denise McLean - Project Officer

Telephone: 613-541-6000  ext 3784; CSN: 271-3784 

Denise McLean has worked at RMC since 2010. She has worked in the Comptroller's office, Registrar undergraduate office, Faculty Services and is now working at the RMC Success Centre.  Denise has been a military spouse for 34 years and counting, and her husband is now retired from the Forces.  She was previously employed for 10 years working with relocation services for military members. 

Murray Anderson – E-Learning Specialist

Telephone: 613-541-6000 ext 6333; CSN: 271-6333

Murray Anderson has a M.Sc. (Statistics) degree from Queen’s University and has worked for many years at RMC in the fields of teaching support, research,  and technical support of IT. He was database manager for Continuing Studies for several years and is an expert in Moodle, HTML, and various programming languages.

Eveline St-Pierre Beaulieu - Acting advisor and Education Specialist

Telephone: 613-541-6000 ext 5221; CSN: 271-5221

Eveline St-Pierre Beaulieu is currently completing post-graduate studies in Somatic Education. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Dance Education, is a member of the Ontario College of Teachers and has been teaching French as a Second Language at RMC since 2013. Her teaching strategies and research mainly focus on kinesthetic learning, active learning, sensorimotor learning and the broad spectrum of neurodiversity. She is involved with the RMC Cultural Evolution Steering Committee and the Teaching and Learning Focus Group.

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