December 8, 2020

Convivial Café by M.Ed for Sustainability students

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December 7, 2020

Report – Student Volunteer Work and Learning: Undergraduates’ Experiences and Self-reported Outcomes

“Student Volunteer Work and Learning: Undergraduates’ Experiences and Self-reported Outcomes,” by Milosh Raykov, Alison Taylor, Sameena Jamal, and Sirui Wu. (Sameena is a PhD student in EDST and Research Coordinator on the project.) This report builds on our earlier report on UBC students’ paid work by documenting features of their unpaid work and differences in […]


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November 30, 2020

Dr. Wright Appointed as Senior Advisor on Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence

From UBC Education: We congratulate Dr. Handel Kashope Wright on his appointment as the Senior Advisor to the President on Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence. In addition to advising President Ono on addressing issues of race, racism, representation and inclusive excellence, Dr. Wright will liaise with senior leaders, support the implementation of the Inclusion Action Plan, […]


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November 20, 2020

Dr. Sharon Stein Interviewed by The Walrus

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November 16, 2020

Historical Studies in Education Vol 32 now online

Volume 32, number / numéro 2 Fall / automne 2020 HISTORICAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION REVUE D’HISTOIRE DE L’ÉDUCATION Produced and distributed by / Produit et distribué par University of British Columbia, Faculty of Education Link:


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November 10, 2020

Dr. Charles Ungerleider on public education in The Conversation

Listen to the Interview: “Public education is political in a sense that it is about allocating scarce values,” says Charles Ungerleider,  professor emeritus in Educational Studies


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November 3, 2020

History of Education Quarterly – Guest edited journal issue

Dr. Jason Ellis and Dr. Kate Rousmaniere (Miami University of Ohio) co-edited a special issue of History of Education Quarterly (60, no. 3, 2020) on “Disability and the History of Education.” They also authored the special issue’s introductory essay, “Professor Bailyn, Meet Professor Baynton: The ‘New Disability History’ of Education.” Link to the special issue: […]


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November 2, 2020

Queering Cancer website launched by EDST graduate Amanda Bolderston & co.

EDST graduate Amanda Bolderston (EdD 2019), LLED graduate Evan Taylor (PhD 2019) and PhD student Meghan McInnis (Queens) are launching Queering Cancer, a new website to improve support of LGBTQ2+ people with cancer developed by researchers and patient collaborators. The website offers a community forum and information database for LGBTQ2+ people affected by cancer. It […]


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October 13, 2020

New book – Race, Culture, and Politics in Education

Race, Culture, and Politics in Education A Global Journey From South Africa Kogila Moodley Afterword by: Sonia Nieto Publication Date: December 4, 2020


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October 9, 2020

EDST Student Shirley Hardman Featured at Graduate School

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