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NHL's Senators add McGill Education grad Martin Raymond (BEd '90, MA '96) to coaching staff

The Ottawa Senators announced on Friday the appointment of McGill Education alumnus Martin Raymond (BEd 1990, MA (Physical Education) 1996) as an assistant coach to bench boss Guy Boucher. It marks the second National Hockey League stint for the tandem, which also worked together with the Tampa Bay Lightning from 2010 to 2013.

Published: 25Jul2016

Enrico Quilico (MA, 2015) inspiration to brain injury survivors

Enrico Quilico (MA, 2015), alumnus of our Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, is helping to raise funds for Brain Injury Canada by participating this weekend's Ironman Triathlon in Lake Placid, VT.

Over ten years ago, Quilico was involved in a motorcycling accident. He was lucky to survive. Now, after rehabilitation for his severe brain injury, he is a graduate of education programs at both McGill and Concordia, and will be teaching adult literacy this autumn.

Published: 25Jul2016

DISE PhD candidates co-edit new book, "What's a Cellphilm?"

Katie MacEntee, Casey Burkholder, and Joshua Schwab-Cartas, PhD candidates in our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, co-edit a new book, What’s a Cellphilm? Integrating Mobile Phone Technology into Participatory Visual Research and Activism, produced by Sense Publishers.

Published: 25Jul2016

Just Work?: An Interactive Book Discussion with Aziz Choudry [Missionvale, South Africa]



Just Work? Migrant Workers' Struggle Today, Edited by Aziz Choudry and Mondli Hlatshwayo


Professor Choudry's new co-edited publication explores migrant/immigrant worker organizing

Professor Aziz Choudry, of our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, co-edits Unfree Labour: Struggles of Migrant and Immigrant Workers in Canada, published this week by PM Press. The new book is co-edited by Adrian A. Smith, associate professor with Carleton University's Department of Law and Legal Studies.

Published: 19Jul2016

Networks for Change and Well-Being launches new website

A new Networks for Change and Well-Being website will highlight project updates, blog posts, photos and resources compiled by girls and young women working in the partnership in both Canada and South Africa: www.networks4change.ca.

Published: 19Jul2016

ECP well-represented among US gambling council awardees

Faculty and alumni of our Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology (ECP) were well-represented among awardees from this year's National Council on Problem Gambling, which recently concluded their 30th National Conference on Problem Gambling in Tarrytown, NY. 

Published: 18Jul2016