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Book Launch – Save the date!

Save the date for the book launch of Decolonisation as Democratisation, edited by Siseko H. Kumalo,  which will be hosted virtually on Zoom, March 5, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. Chapter ...

Educational Milpas: Socio-Natural Frameworks for Well-Being

The Faculty of Education enjoyed a Lunch and Learn presentation organized by the Dean’s office entitled, “Educational Milpas (Milpas Educativas): Socio-natural Frameworks for Well-Being” (“Milpa” means cornfield) with Dr. Stefano ...

Funding announcement: Indigenous and Métis Research Fund

Dr. Melanie Brice is recipient of an Indigenous and Métis Research Fund grant of $7000 for her project, “Mentor-Apprentice Program Model for Michif Language Transmission via video conferencing.” ...

Sharing Wisconsin Sky, A Cross-Cultural and Cross-Universities Play Reading

This story started with an invitation to do a play reading from my sister and playwright Alanis King, who had been invited by the University of Wisconsin (UWM) to write ...

Funded Research 2020 Year in Review

Our faculty and students are doing research that has an impact on families and communities. View our Funded Research 2020 Year in Review video. ...

Grad student discusses talking to students about climate change on CBC’s What on Earth

In today’s email communication from the U of R President Dr. Thomas Chase, faculty and staff were made aware that, “Alumna and current #UofR Education grad student Aysha Yaqoob (BEd’18) ...

Researching representational practices in musical theatre

When Sara Schroeter set out to attend a local musical theatre production one evening, an outing with one of her children, she didn’t expect she would have to have difficult ...

The Conversation: Make room for play as we stumble through this pandemic holiday and new year

We hear constantly how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the economy, personal finance, education, health and the work day. But what about play — how has the pandemic affected play? ...

Journey of Becoming a (Trans-multi)culturally Responsive Educator

Exponential growth in student diversity, the challenges posed by the current COVID-19 pandemic, and recent racial injustices in Canadian and global society, demand that we continue to explore ways to ...