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Concordia Faculty Profile
In the winter semester of 2016, I embarked on my journey as an educator, teaching my first Bronze and Aluminum Casting Course at Concordia University. My time as a part-time faculty member extended until the winter semester of 2021. During the period from 2018 to 2021, I assumed the responsibility of Foundry Technician, actively contributing to the maintenance of the workshop and conducting equipment demonstrations. These diverse roles not only honed my work ethic but also played a pivotal role in shaping my evolving educational philosophy. Reflecting on my time in Montréal, I take pride in the opportunities I had working with and teaching such a diverse group of students, marking a significant chapter in my professional and personal growth.
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Concordia's Bronze & Aluminum Foundry
Pour Day
Bronze Foundry Pour
Loading Crucible
Fired moulds that are ready for metal casting.
Skimming surface of molten bronze.
Student Interaction
Lecturing about metal casting process.
Foundry Safety Uniform
Natalie Nadeau Mig Welding
Lost Wax Process
Gated Wax Positive & Ceramic Shelled Moulds Pre-Fired
Gated Wax Positive Example
Ceramic Shelled Moulds
Examples of student work produced during my courses.
Students Work
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