Viewing the landscape of doctoral education against the horizon of policy: Placing ourselves in the academic arboretum First webinar of the series “Committing Ourselves to Justice: Doctoral Education for Complex Times”. Organized by CIRGE Event Website When: November 18th, 2019 Time: 9.30 am (Pacific Time) Physical location: Miller Hall, Room 411, College of Education, University […]
Shelley Coburn, Langley School Trustee and graduate of the SCPE MEd, speaks about her experiences finding the right support and education for her son, in this new documentary (https://skidsdoc.com/) about Vanguard Secondary School in Langley.
EDST SCHOLARS IN THE NEWS: Jason Ellis has an op-ed piece on the long history of class size and composition in the Kelowna Daily Courier. http://www.kelownadailycourier.ca/opinion/article_dcfb530c-d3ea-11e9-b275-bfe44ebaab78.html
Congratulations to Dr. Vanessa Andreotti, Professor in the Department of Educational Studies (EDST), who was recently elected to Royal Society of Canada as a member of the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists. Founded in 2014, the College is a handpicked selection of top mid-career scholars and artists in Canada. College Members have already […]
Dr. Handel Wright (EDST) has written an inaugural essay for a new blog, #Black Professor Matter, hosted by the Canadian Federation for Humanities and Social Sciences. His essay, titled “Positioning Blackness, Necessarily, Awkwardly, in the Canadian Academy,” can be accessed at: http://www.ideas-idees.ca/blog/positioning-blackness-necessarily-awkwardly-canadian-academy
From Quebec City to Christchurch, from Afghanistan to Palestine, colonialism and white supremacy fuel not just increasing hate speech but all kinds of violence against Muslims around the world. What is Islamophobia? How does it affect the people around us? And how can we work together to end it? Muslims and non-Muslims alike are encouraged […]