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I have consistently demonstrated initiative and resolve throughout my academic and co-curricular careers. This section contains information regarding my research interests, teaching experience and general academic background.


Dave Heppenstall. Bachelor of Computing

I received an Honours Bachelors degree in Computing with a minor in philosophy from the University of Guelph in 2008.

I was selected by the Admissions department to appear and be profiled in the 2009 Admissions Handbook to characterize the Bachelor of Computing for prospective students.

Read More: View my profile in the Admissions Handbook

Advocacy in the Senate

I was the elected representative for the Bachelor of Computing degree for The Senate of the University of Guelph in 2007-08. As Senator, I voiced and defended the interests of my constituency on academic policy.

Upon graduation, I was nominated for the Walter Vaughan Medal in recognition of being a "student senator who has high academic standing and who has made a substantial contribution to student life and to the University."

Read More: My career in the Senate


As a Teaching Assistant at the University of Guelph, I prepared lab materials, conducted seminars, advised students and marked examinations and assignments.


My research and development interests lie on the "soft side" of computer science; specifically in the following fields of Human-Computer Interaction:

Co-op Work Term Reports

Lecture Notes

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