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.
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 […]
Lisa Brunner, PhD student at EDST, has been awarded the Donald N. Byers Memorial Prize: “In 2002, UBC created an endowed prize in memory of former Killam Trustee, Donald N. Byers. The prize is awarded to the highest-ranking Killam Doctoral Fellow in the annual Affiliated Fellowships competition. The award is made on the recommendation of […]
EDST professor Dr. André Mazawi will be a panelist at the Centre for Urban Schooling’s discussion panel: “What’s in a Label? Mobilizations and Challenges of Muslim and/or Arab Social Identity Labels”. The event will take place in Toronto at 6:30 PM, November 2nd (see poster or click here for additional details)
Congratulations to EDST PhD student Sereana Naepi for being selected for UBC’s Public Scholar Initiative. “Sereana’s work focuses on systematic ways to address inequality in higher education. Focusing on Indigenous women’s experiences as staff Sereana hopes to reveal the ways in which universities block change that can benefit Indigenous communities, so that universities can change their […]
Subversive Leadership and The Art of War Current June, 2016 – May, 2018 SSHRC Insight Development Grant Principal Investigator: Fei Wang This research seeks to better understand subversiveness through which school leaders seek to transform policies and practices that they perceive as socially unjust. Specifically, through the lens of The Art of War, the project aims to a) define subversiveness […]
Sincere congratulations to Dr. Michelle Stack, EDST and her team for receiving an International Research Roundtable Award from the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies at UBC! Applicant: Dr. Michelle Stack, EDST Co-Applicants: Dr. André Mazawi, EDST; Dr. Mary Lynn Young, UBC Graduate School of Journalism; and Dr. Mayumi Ishikawa, Centre for Global Initiatives, Osaka University, Japan […]
Joanna Da Sylva, a recent graduate from the MA program, spoke on RoundHouse Radio about her thesis on the educational potential of African hip hop. The discussion took place during the segment “Sense of Place with Minelle Mahtani” and with EDST Associate Professor Dr. Michelle Stack. Her work is an important contribution to correcting the many misrepresentations […]
Graduates Speak: Impacts of the UBC Doctorate in Educational Leadership & Policy on Professional Practice is a new publication from Dr. Deirdre Kelly and Dr. Joanna Ashworth. The project follows 11 EdD alumni as they reflect on the ways in which the EdD program influenced their professional practice. Read the book here, or check out the webpage here.
Dr. Michelle Stack, along with MEd students Lael Sleep, Emalene Manuel, and Fiona Laporte, appeared on RoundHouse Radio to discuss the Scholars Go Public course with Minelle Mahtani. Fiona Laporte is Head Teacher at the Aboriginal Focus School, Lael Sleep is a K-12 teacher and Emalene Manual is an Educator and Playright. The interview can […]