Many teachers are involved in the Liberal Arts Program
Eric Laferrière is co-coordinator of the program. He holds a PhD in Political Science from McGill University, and is the author and editor of books in his field. He teaches Modern Philosophy in the Liberal Art Program. He also a passionate floor hockey player and a baseball coach.
Maria Mamfredis is co-coordinator of the program. Her doctorate is from the Department of Religion at Concordia University, where she has also taught of courses including Witchcraft, Magic and Religion. She teaches in the first semester of the program, introducing students to three major world religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) .
Instructors from many departments including History, Philosophy, English, Art History, Religion, Humanities, and Mathematics teach in the Program. They include Avery LaRose (who is also a graduate of the program), Carla Salvati, Harold Hoefle, Irini Tsakiri, Meredith Browne, John Serrati, Sylvain Duguay, Peter Solonysznj, Fiona Tomaszewski, Andre LeBlanc, Bill Russell, Minko Sotiron, Wendy Eberle-Sinatra, Abe Sosnowicz, Naz Arabaghian, Faye Trecartin, Doug Brown, Geoff Cook, Robert Seely, Kirsty Campbell, Ragne Racevicute, Denise Fidia, Darren Millar, Penny Stewart, and Gordana Mijovic.
This website is created and maintained by Meredith Browne who has taught in the program since 2005.
Meredith Browne 2015, Liberal Arts Program, John Abbott College CEGEP, Quebec