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Education students receive Lieutenant Governor Awards

Two students from McGill’s Faculty of Education have won Lieutenant Governor’s Awards: Dayna Goldman, of the Department of Integrated Studies in Education, and David Peretz-Larochelle, of the Music Education Concurrent program, were recognized by Lieutenant Governor of Québec, the Honourable Pierre Duchesne.

Published: 7May2015

Cree School Board recruiting teachers from McGill

The Cree School Board is currently recruiting teachers from McGill.

Are you interested in teaching in the north?
The Cree School Board offers excellent salary and benefits packages.

If you have:

A bachelor's in education,
A Passion of working with aboriginal students

Come and see us!

On May 11, 2015 from 9am - 12pm at the McGill Career Planning Service (CaPS), 3600 McTavish St., Suite 2200

Published: 1May2015

DISE’s Bronwen Low, Lerona Lewis receive McGill Equity and Community Building Awards

The third instalment of McGill’s annual Equity and Community Building Awards recognized doctoral student Lerona Lewis and Professor Bronwen Low of the Faculty of Education’s Department of Integrated Studies. Tuesday night’s award ceremony acknowledged outstanding contributions of McGillians towards promoting diversity and inclusivity in the local community and on campus.

Published: 30Apr2015

Fostering a lifelong love of learning

Young students get a taste of McGill

By Jean Murray, McGill Reporter, April 23rd, 2015

A line of eager students formed outside SNAX – the student-run cafe in the Arts building – expectantly waiting to grab a cookie in between classes.

Published: 24Apr2015

Prof. Jon Bradley questions electoral representation, new CRE proposal in National Post article

Professor Jon Bradley, with the Department of Integrated Studies in Education, co-wrote a recently published contribution to the National Post. In this special "Full Comment" editorial with co-author Sam Allison, entitled "Quebec's Rotten Boroughs," Bradley questions a new CRE (Commission de la Représentation Electorale du Québec) proposal's ramifications for Anglophones' rights to guaranteed representation in Quebec's National Assembly.

Published: 21Apr2015

"School boards have little power," writes Dr. Jon Bradley in Gazette special

Professor Jon Bradley, with the Department of Integrated Studies in Education, co-wrote a recently published special to the Montreal Gazette. With co-author Sam Allison, Bradley sheds some light on the provincial debate regarding the importance of school boards. [read the Montreal Gazette article of April 17, 2015]

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Published: 20Apr2015

Dr. Shariff speaks to Toronto Star about child porn probe

Dr. Shaheen Shariff of the Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE) spoke to Toronto Star's Lauren Pelley recently about a Waterloo Regional Police investigation involving possession of child pornography by students in grades 7 and 8 in the Waterloo, Ontario region.  [read the original Toronto Star article of April 18, 2015]

Published: 20Apr2015

Mitacs Open to Funding Opportunities with Non-Profit Sector

The Faculty of Education’s OFFERING office recently hosted Rebecca Reich, Business Development Officer of Mitacs Canada.

Mitacs Canada is a national non-profit research organization that funds research and training programs by building partnerships between universities and industry, across the country and internationally.

Published: 17Apr2015

Renovation of Jack Cram Auditorium begins April 22

Please be advised that the planned renovation of EDUC-129, the Jack Cram Auditorium, begins April 22nd, 2015.
 
Facilities, Operations and Development (FOD) have mandated AGL Construction to carry out the construction project, projected to be completed by August 2015.
 

Published: 17Apr2015

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