Moose Jaw P.E.O. Chapter A-SK is proud to announce that Courtney Bell has received the PCE Grant for the amount of $2,000.
Courtney is currently enrolled in the Faculty of Education at the University of Regina, and her is goal is to work with children who have intellectual disabilities.
The P.E.O. Program for Continuing Education (PCE) is a need-based grant for women who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree that will improve their marketable skills for employment.
Shaelyn Vermette | Scholarship
Paige Hamann Founder of Inside the Box
Wahbi Zarry Le Bac student creating webseries exploring Canadian languages
Educating about life with a service animal
Erin Strueby and service animal Stella
One student’s journey toward reconciliation | Aysha Yaqoob
Sean Hooper, a 3rd-year Elementary Education student, was recipient of the 2017 Saskatchewan Triathlon Coach of the Year Award.
Injury does not stop baton twirling champion named a Finalist for the 2017 Sask Sport Athlete of the Year
Kyanna Giles was named a Canada West First Team All-Star Feb 22, 2018
• 2016-17 U SPORTS Women’s Basketball Rookie of the Year • 2016-17 Canada West Women’s Basketball Rookie of the Year • 2016-17 Canada West Women’s Basketball All-Rookie Team • 2016-17 Canada West Women’s Basketball Third-Team All-Star
Exchange students from Costa Rica
Veronica Segura Picado and Luis Bolanos Gomez (Photo credit: Shuana Niessen)
Returning Student, Chris Kiosses, Fulfills Dream of a Degree in Education
You can return to university and succeed. Just ask Chris Kiosses who achieved his dream of a degree at the U of R. Photo by Rae Graham – U of R Photography.
International Study Tour to Mexico
Raquel Bellefleur Presents Paper With Instructor Katia Hildebrandt
Undergrad student Raquel Bellefleur and Instructor Katia Hildebrandt present paper at #DPR15
Discourse, Power, Resistance 15:
Creative Spaces for Collective Voices, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Pre-Intern Takes the Leap: Teaching Treaty Education
Pre-intern Meagan Dobson at the Witness Blanket with Grade 6 students
An Exchange Student from Finland Story
Jenna Balk is an exchange student from the University of Eastern Finland. She is in her final year of a 3-year B.Ed. degree, taking three courses at the University of Regina. Photo credit: Shuana Niessen
SUNTEP Students Present at WestCAST
Photo (L-R): Doug Jarvis, Elsa Ramos-McKenzie, and Crystal Norris, Year 2 SUNTEP at 2015 WestCAST conference in Saskatoon.
Kortney Kosheluk and The Witness Blanket
Graduate Student Stories
Obianuju Juliet Bushi
Living in Colour: Blackness and Racial Justice in the Education Institution
Jacq Brasseur CSW’13, BSW’15 Distinguished Alumni Award for Humanitarian and Community Service
Megan Moore 2020 Friends of the Profession Award
2020 Friends of the Profession Award
Shana Cardinal funding award
Jessica Irvine, 2020 Cynthia Chamber Award recipient
Alumna Jessica Irvine
Student researcher concerned with accessibility to play
Natalie Owl | Honouring the Ojibwa language/
Miranda Field and Shana Cardinal Research Awards
Pauline Copland and daughter Michaela
Mother and daughter from Nunavut: Students together at the U of R
Ellen Lague’s collaboration with students in Belgium
Ellen’s and Heather’s multilingual international collaboration with students in Belgium
Miss Feng Leyuan
Feng Leyuan returns to alma mater in China for EFL internship
Dr. Joanne Weber
Dr. Joanne Weber recipient of Spring 2019 Governor General’s Gold Medal | Convocation Award
International students bring diverse points of view
The Education graduate class – Trends and Issues in Indigenous Adult Education – includes students from Brazil, Canada (including Nunavut and Quebec), Nigeria, Pakistan, South Africa, and Sri Lanka. The class was led by Dr. Cindy Hanson (front left), Associate Professor of Adult Education/Human Resource Development in the Faculty of Education. Seated next to Hanson is elder Alma Poitras who spoke in the class. Photo by Costa Maragos – External Relations
Miranda Field is an internationally recognized and award winning teacher who is devoted to local, provincial, national and global education. As a wife, mother, teacher and grad student, Miranda’s unwavering consistency and passion toward the field of education allows her to be a worthy nominee. While completing her Masters of Education, Miranda has developed a curriculum that works toward empowering a sense of belonging within a trauma-informed classroom through expressive arts therapies. This curriculum combines current academic research and the need for trauma intervention within the diverse Saskatchewan classrooms. This program allows all students, regardless of academic ability, language or economic circumstances to develop their identity within the classroom and create a place to belong. Pending publication, this curriculum will be available for use within thousands of schools.
Kim Sadowsky ~ 2015 Governor General’s History Award
Mapping Adult Education: An Arts-Based Performance Project
Mapping Adult Education in Saskatchewan: The Stories
Grad Student Russell Paskimen
Grad Student Russell Paskimen: Sheldon-Williams Collegiate aboriginal advocate teacher, Russell Paskimen is one of seven AATs working at different public high schools across the city. Responsible for making contact with self-declared aboriginal students and their families and offering supports, his goal is to transition students from Gr. 8 into high school and into post-secondary. Photo from LeaderPost
Dr. Darryl Hunter ~ Award Winning Dissertation
Dr. Darryl Hunter, recipient of 2015 Thomas B. Greenfield Award. Photo credit: Shuana Niessen
Trudy Keil Presented at AAAL/CAAL Conference
Trudy Keil at AAAL Conference
EYES Science Camp Coordinator
Dr. Tana Mitchell ~Teacher-Researcher Profile
Dr. Tana Mitchell
Mme Carrie Nicole Vany
Shortlisted for the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies’ Cynthia Chambers Master’s Thesis Award.