January 23, 2017

Dr. Vanessa Andreotti Receives Mitacs Accelerate Grant

Congratulations to Dr. Vanessa Andreotti, Associate Professor in Educational Studies and Canada Research Chair in Race, Inequalities and Global Change, for being awarded a $90,000 Mitacs Accelerate grant to support her proposal to examine and expand frames of understanding between communities engaged in social innovation projects in Italy, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Germany and Brazil. The research […]


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December 28, 2016

Shipment of books from the Coolie Verner Memorial Reading Room arrived in Ethiopia

A shipment of 40 boxes with books on adult education that started its journey from the University of British Columbia to the DVV International East/Horn of Africa Regional Office in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, earlier this year have finally reached its destination, after administrative hurdles delayed its arrival. The books are from the Coolie Verner Memorial Reading Room (CVMRR, Coolie Verner was […]


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December 22, 2016

Dr. Mona Gleason co-edits new book

EDST’s Professor Mona Gleason has co-edited (with Tamara Myers) a new book from Oxford University Press. Bringing Children and Youth in Canadian History: The Difference Kids Make (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2017) focuses on how young have shaped numerous aspects of Canada’s history. Congratulations Mona!


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December 9, 2016

Wendy Poole and Gerald Fallon guest edit a special journal issue

Dr. Wendy Poole and Dr. Gerald Fallon are guest editors of a special issue for the online journal, Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy. This special issue entitled, “Manufacturing Consent for the Privatization of Education in Canadian Contexts,” examines different of forms of privatization emerging in K-12 and post-secondary education and the discursive means […]


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President’s Working Committee on Disability Culture, Art, and Equity

Dr. Leslie G. Roman, Professor, Educational Studies, co-chairs with Dr. Neil Guppy, Professor, Sociology, the President’s Working Committee on Disability Culture, Art and Equity with several other leading scholars, graduate students, and staff who see disability culture, art and equity as interwoven threads with the potential to disrupt conventional stereotypes about disabilities and non-normative embodiments […]


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December 6, 2016

EDST Graduate Amea Wilbur in The Tyee

In Face of Trump, Let Canada Stand for Refugee Inclusion Let’s take pride in our efforts and expand them, in defiance of fearful rhetoric. Read the article here. Dr. Amea Wilbur is a graduate of the EdD program and Manager of Programs at Pacific Immigrant Resources Society, a non-profit organization that provides immigrant services for […]


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December 5, 2016

EDST’s Dr. Jason Ellis to participate in discussion about the “future of education in BC”

Let’s Talk: The future of education in BC by George Heyman, MLA for Vancouver-Fairview “School closures? Smaller class sizes? What does the recent Supreme Court decision mean for our kids and our schools? Come hear from Dr. Jason Ellis, Carmela Allevato and Kaitlin Wong as they discuss the issue from their perspectives as an educator, […]


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November 28, 2016

EDST graduate Joanna Da Sylva on Roundhouse Radio

Joanna Da Sylva was a guest on the November 15th episode of Sense of Place with Minelle Mahtani, along with EDST professor Michelle Stack. They discussed the recent US election results, and what young people can do. Listen to the full segment here.


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November 17, 2016

Lesley Andres receives 2016 BCCAT Leadership Award

Congratulations to Dr. Lesley Andres, who has been awarded the 2016 BCCAT Leadership Award from the BC Council on Admissions & Transfer. This is in recognition of Dr. Andres’ research on advancing theory and practice of transfer and articulation within the BC transfer system. Fore more information about this award, click here.


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November 8, 2016

Handel Wright receives Hampton Grant

Handel Kashope Wright, Professor in the Department of Educational Studies has been awarded a two year Hampton Fund Research Grant in the Social Sciences and Humanities Established Scholar Award in the amount of ten thousand dollars ($10,000). Professor Wright’s project is entitled as follows: Postmulticulturalism: Identity, Difference and Belonging After Multiculturalism. “Because multiculturalism is still […]


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