- Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education
McGILL FACULY OF EDUCATION, DEC. 8 2016- On behalf of Professor Lisa Starr, Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education:
On behalf of Professors Elizabeth Wood and Naomi Nichols, Department of Integrated Studies in Education:
It is with great pleasure that we announce a new program in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education, our B.A. (Education in Global Contexts).
Jill Brook, course lecturer with the Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE), has been named as this year's recipient of the SPEAQ Board of Directors Award.
The Gaspé Spec, English-language weekly of the Gaspé, Quebec area, published a detailed article concerning the B. Ed. program in First Nations and Inuit Education, offered by the Office of First Nations and Inuit Education (OFNIE) with our faculty.
Artist-in-residence with our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, Kama La Mackerel, performed UN/FREEZE last week at the faculty's A Space for Art event.
by Teresa Strong-Wilson, editor-in-chief, McGill Journal of Education
The McGill Journal of Education has undergone significant changes over the past few years, and we wanted to take this occasion to update you on these changes as well as to welcome two new interns.
Professor Ratna Ghosh receives UCalgary Distinguished Alumna Arch Award for "Social Change Through Empowerment"
Dr. Ratna Ghosh, James McGill Professor and William C. MacDonald Professor in our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, has been awarded the Distinguished Alumna Award from the University of Calgary, presented at the recent 2016 UCalgary Arch Awards.
High school teacher Christopher Alfano (PhD, Education, 2009) receives Governor General Award for Meritorious Service
High school teacher and McGill Education alumnus Christopher Alfano (PhD 2009) has been named as the winner of the Meritorious Service Medal, awarded by David Johns
Spanish-language reporter Pablo Gómez Barrios interviewed Art Mediator Maria Ezcurra this week regarding the Faculty of Education's Altar for the Day of the Dead.
by Lori Beavis, Artist-in-Residence, Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education
I attended the Opening Ceremony at Thomson House. Delbert Sampson and Jean Stevenson gave the welcome and elder blessing. Unfortunately the keynote speaker was unable to attend as he had gone fishing and was caught in the middle of the St Laurent River at the scheduled time. Two members, Nakha Bers and Emilie Monnett of the song and drumming group, Odaya were there to perform and close the opening luncheon.
“University community needs to reclaim leadership role,” writes Professor Shariff in La Presse opinion piece
In a recent opinion piece contributed to French language newspaper La Presse, Professor Shaheen Shariff, director of McGill’s Define the Line projects, calls
Professor Choudry's coedited publication "Unfree Labour?" reviewed by Rank and File's Daniel Tseghay
The recent publication Unfree Labour? Struggles of Migrant and Immigrant Workers in Canada, coedited by Aziz Choudry and Adrian A. Smith, was reviewed recently by Daniel Tseghay of Rank and File Canada.
Andreas Bieler, Professor of Political Economy at the University of Nottingham/UK, has reviewed a recent talk by DISE's Professor Aziz Choudry.