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A lifelong search for a good teacher

“The last thing in the world I was ever going to do was become a teacher!” says Dr. Patrick Lewis, who ended up teaching 17 years in elementary school and ...

Physical Education: 2SLGBTQ+ inclusionary or exclusionary?

Researchers Niya St. Amant (Queen’s University) and Dr. Alexandra Stoddart (University of Regina) have been exploring the experiences of current 2SLGBTQ+ preservice teachers and/or students who have completed their degrees ...

Talking about gender and sexual diversity in education

As part of our Faculty’s efforts to further develop a critical consciousness of, and stand in solidarity with, those who have been marginalized by gender and sexual diversity (GSD) in ...

Autumn 2022 issue of Education News is now available

In this issue: A message from the Dean… 3 Talking about gender and sexual diversity in education… 4 Physical education: 2SLGBTQ+ inclusionary or exclusionary? … 22 Alumni award recipient… 25 ...

Coming in 2023 | International Symposium: What are Universities For?

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM  SYMPOSIUM (fee-based; registrations are capped) “What are Universities For? Exploring roles, challenges, conflicting tensions and promising re-imaginings May 4-6, 2023  University of Regina, ...

New book | Leading With Feminst Care Ethics in Higher Education

Congratulations to Dr. Christie Schultz on her new book: Leading With Feminist Care Ethics in Higher Education: Experiences, Practices, and Possibilities.   Christie Schultz is dean of the Centre for ...

A statement from the Dean on the Colorado Springs shooting

To our community, Although it has been a week, I realize that there are many who are still grieving the loss of lives and ongoing trauma caused by the attack ...

SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship Award | Esther Maeers

Congratulations to 4-th year PhD candidate Esther Maeers on receiving a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Award (Doctoral Fellowships) of $40,000 (2022-2024) for her project: Unpacking a Child’s School ...

SSHRC Doctoral Award recipient | Erica Houde

Congratulations to first-year PhD student Erica Houde on receiving a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Award (Doctoral Fellowships) of $80,000 for her project: The gift of neurodiversity: Learning from ...

New open access book published | Emily Ashton

Dr. Emily Ashton has published a new open access book: Anthropocene Childhoods Speculative Fiction, Racialization, and Climate Crisis   https://www.bloomsbury.com/ca/anthropocene-childhoods-9781350262386/   This open access book brings together the disciplines of ...