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The Trent International Program staff

"We believe that every Trent student should have the opportunity to develop his or her sense of global citizenship by living, learning, and making lasting friendships with people from many parts of the world."

 

 

A. Michael Allcott, Ph.D.

As Director, Mike provides leadership within the administration regarding the university’s internationalization; his goal is to maintain and build the warmth and strength of Trent’s international community. He is a faculty advisor for the Global Studies degree program, he works with students on leadership development, and the World Affairs Colloquium. You can make an appointment to meet with him by e-mailing him. You can reach Mike at (705) 748-1314 or click here to email


Kyllie Jansen

As the International Student Advisor, Kyllie Jansen works closely with International Students including ESL, Undergraduate and exchange students. Come see Kyllie for any issues regarding adjusting to Trent, registration and advising, and cultural transition or re-entry, or you can just stop in for a tea and chat. You can reach Kyllie at (705) 748-1300 or

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Daralyn Auld

Daralyn is the manager of Trent ’s international recruitment and admissions team, planning and coordinating recruitment activities and strategies around the world. She provides information to students who are thinking about coming to Trent for their university degree, and she visits potential students all over the world. She can answer questions regarding Trent’s admissions requirements, academic programming, and international community. You can reach her at (705) 748-1696 or click here to email


Elena Koudiakova

Elena’s key responsibility is to ensure that prospective and newly admitted international students are provided with all the information they need to know about Trent University and to assist students in coming to Trent. Elena is also involved in recruitment activities and travels to Russia to recruit qualified students. She is also coordinating the International Scholarship program which is designed to bring outstanding international students to Trent. You can reach Elena at (705) 748-1067 or click here to email


Cath D'Amico

Cath is the manager to Trent ESL (English for University) program. She helps new ESL students with admissions, housing, finances, immigration, and academics. She is always available to answer any questions regarding the TRENT-ESL program at Trent University. You can reach her at (705) 748-1805 or click here to email


Kate Logan

Kate is the Study Abroad Advisor for the TIP office. She is responsible for our study abroad and exchange program and welcomes any inquiries concerning study abroad opportunities. Her main responsibility is to assist international and domestic students with study abroad and exchange opportunities available at Trent and around the world. Kate can be reached at (705) 748-1303 or click here to email

 




Julie Jenkins

As the Administrative Assistant, Julie arranges for the arrival of new students at TIP Camp, both in warm September as well as wintery January! Once the students arrive at Trent University Julie is available to assist with health insurance, financial concerns, and support for student events throughout the year. You can reach her at (705) 748-1011 ext. 7306 or click here to email



Barbara Castillo-Snook

As an International Enrolment Advisor, Barbara makes sure that the admission process goes smoothly and in timely fashion. She is a great resource of country specific admission requirements as well as programs offered at Trent. Barbara is also responsible for the International Transfer Credits evaluation process.  You can reach her in the Registrar's Office, Blackburn Hall, Symons Campus and at (705) 748-1011 ext. 7140 or click here to email


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Kelvin Chen

Kelvin is the International Enrolment Advisor at Trent-ESL and Trent Int'l office. He travels and recruits extensively throughout Asia to meet with prospective students and school counsellors. He is also coordinating the Trent-ESL program. He graduated from Trent in 2008 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a Specialization in Human Resources Management. Kelvin is fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese, and English, and can respond to all inquiries relating to the Trent-ESL and Undergraduate programs. You can reach him at (705) 748-1011 ext 7624 or click here to email

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Christine Liew

 

Christine attended Trent as an international student from Malaysia and graduated in 2013 with a degree in Psychology. As the Operations Assistant for the Trent-ESL: English for University department, she provides support for all the administrative and operational functioning of Trent-ESL within the International Office. She handles inquiries from prospective and current students and will be able to respond to all inquiries related to Trent-ESL and Undergraduate programs. Christine can be reached at

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Glenda Fish

As Acting Manager of ESL and Curriculum Coordinator, Glenda welcomes any questions you have about your time in ESL.  She can fill you in on the details about the CAEL placement test, the ESL levels and courses, and other opportunities for interacting with students in English at Trent. Because of Glenda’s twenty years’ experience teaching EAP, ESL and university preparation skills, she understands the needs of learners in both ESL and regular university studies. Glenda has worked in post-secondary settings in both Canada and New Zealand and has M.Ed. and M. Div. degrees. You can reach her at 705-748-1011 ext. 7351 or  by

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Judi Brocklehurst

As ESL Instructor and Technology Coordinator, Judi is able to combine both her passions: international students and learning through technology. A native Montrealer, Judi has also taught in the U.S., and has a B.Ed and M.A in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Along with maintaining the learning system for ESL classes, Judi works on the website for the department, and continues teaching a variety of English preparatory courses. Judi aims to ensure that the Trent international student’s experience is the best it can be. Judi can be reached in CC202.2 and at (705) 748 1011 ext. 7605 or click here to email


 

 

Bretton Clark

 

My teaching practice and graduate work have always focused on learning by doing, and I use that approach to prepare and teach creative and dynamic EAP classes for Trent-ESL. That perspective also informs my work as Academic Liaison, because, if you’re a TIP student, then setting you up for success means: 1. providing you with a genuine experience of the challenges of being an international student in Canada, and 2. equipping you with the tools necessary to achieve your goals. Accordingly, I work to build bridges between Trent-ESL and the academic departments across campus in order to allow our students to cross the bridge with confidence.  Office CCH35

705-748-1011 ext. 7613 or click here to email

 

Can't find what you are looking for? Go to the TIP web site, call (705) 748-1314, email tip@trentu.ca.