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Peter Farrugia, Contemporary Studies / History Peter Farrugia, a contemporary studies and history professor at the Brantford campus, says that contemporary studies courses gather together students with diverse interests and different backgrounds. Farrugia sees it as an exciting opportunity to use a variety of teaching methods within the classroom to engage every student and encourage active learning.

Peter Farrugia
Associate Professor,
Contemporary Studies / History