Letitia Henville

Manager, Graduate Work-Integrated Learning Programs, Arts
phone 604 822 0290

Education

Undergraduate Degree: BA (Hons), English Literature, UBC
Graduate Degrees: MA, English Literature, U of Toronto; PhD, English Literature, University of Toronto

About

Letitia Henville works closely with students, faculty, alumni, and employers of the graduate programs in the Faculty of Arts that offer co-op to their students—including the PhD programs in English and History. Letitia’s affiliation with the Arts Co-op Office began in 2002 when she was an undergraduate co-op student. In 2016-18, she supported an Arts Co-op initiative to develop best practices for Arts undergraduate and iSchool students to develop online portfolios of their accomplishments. The result is ubcarts.ca, a platform through which any UBC Arts student can create a professional online portfolio of their academic, work, and volunteer experiences and skills.

In 2015, Letitia received her PhD in English Literature from the University of Toronto, where she also won the university’s first annual Course Instructor Teaching Excellence Award. Since returning to Vancouver, Letitia has worked in the SFU Office of the Vice President, Research, and in UBC’s Faculty of Medicine in research grant support. She is an experienced academic editor with expertise in research grant proposals and educational materials, and she writes the monthly column “Ask Dr. Editor” for the magazine University Affairs. In 2018, she won Editors Canada’s Claudette Upton Scholarship.


Letitia Henville

Manager, Graduate Work-Integrated Learning Programs, Arts
phone 604 822 0290

Undergraduate Degree: BA (Hons), English Literature, UBC
Graduate Degrees: MA, English Literature, U of Toronto; PhD, English Literature, University of Toronto

Letitia Henville works closely with students, faculty, alumni, and employers of the graduate programs in the Faculty of Arts that offer co-op to their students—including the PhD programs in English and History. Letitia’s affiliation with the Arts Co-op Office began in 2002 when she was an undergraduate co-op student. In 2016-18, she supported an Arts Co-op initiative to develop best practices for Arts undergraduate and iSchool students to develop online portfolios of their accomplishments. The result is ubcarts.ca, a platform through which any UBC Arts student can create a professional online portfolio of their academic, work, and volunteer experiences and skills.

In 2015, Letitia received her PhD in English Literature from the University of Toronto, where she also won the university's first annual Course Instructor Teaching Excellence Award. Since returning to Vancouver, Letitia has worked in the SFU Office of the Vice President, Research, and in UBC’s Faculty of Medicine in research grant support. She is an experienced academic editor with expertise in research grant proposals and educational materials, and she writes the monthly column “Ask Dr. Editor” for the magazine University Affairs. In 2018, she won Editors Canada’s Claudette Upton Scholarship.

Letitia Henville

Manager, Graduate Work-Integrated Learning Programs, Arts
phone 604 822 0290

Undergraduate Degree: BA (Hons), English Literature, UBC
Graduate Degrees: MA, English Literature, U of Toronto; PhD, English Literature, University of Toronto

Letitia Henville works closely with students, faculty, alumni, and employers of the graduate programs in the Faculty of Arts that offer co-op to their students—including the PhD programs in English and History. Letitia’s affiliation with the Arts Co-op Office began in 2002 when she was an undergraduate co-op student. In 2016-18, she supported an Arts Co-op initiative to develop best practices for Arts undergraduate and iSchool students to develop online portfolios of their accomplishments. The result is ubcarts.ca, a platform through which any UBC Arts student can create a professional online portfolio of their academic, work, and volunteer experiences and skills.

In 2015, Letitia received her PhD in English Literature from the University of Toronto, where she also won the university's first annual Course Instructor Teaching Excellence Award. Since returning to Vancouver, Letitia has worked in the SFU Office of the Vice President, Research, and in UBC’s Faculty of Medicine in research grant support. She is an experienced academic editor with expertise in research grant proposals and educational materials, and she writes the monthly column “Ask Dr. Editor” for the magazine University Affairs. In 2018, she won Editors Canada’s Claudette Upton Scholarship.