Faculty of Education


Building a startup is really hard. In this talk, Jimmy will talk about his entrepreneurial journey and share thoughts on the most important things that early-stage startup founders should focus on.


This workshop will provide an overview of the different types of market research, how to analyze the competition, and the resources available at McGill to perform market research. Our market research librarian Amanda Wheatley will walk us through some of those resources using a market research canvas tool.

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Classified as: entrepreneurship, External, innovation, students

The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology

Professor Ada Sinacore is proud to announce that Alisha Henson, a doctoral candidate in Counselling Psychology, will be defending their dissertation on September 22, 2021 at 1:15 PM via Zoom (by invitation only).

The topic of the dissertation is:

A Mixed-Methods Approach to Refining Self-Compassion Programming for Youth: Community-Based Participatory Research in Knowledge Translation

Classified as: Oral Defense

This workshop will demystify and explain the various form of intellectual property (IP), namely, patents, industrial designs, copyright, trademarks, and trade secrets. We will then do some actual patent searching with our librarian April Colosimo using the DERWENT worldwide patent database.

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Classified as: entrepreneurship, External, innovation, students

The “We Will Walk Together” organizing team is busy working on planning for the 3rd Annual “We Will Walk Together” day walk on September 30.

This year’s theme is focused on healing and we anticipate hosting a panel of folks speaking on this theme before a socially distanced walk that will allow us the opportunity to share, talk and make meaning together.

If you are interested in joining us to co-plan for this event, and for 2022, please email Mindy Carter at mindy.carter [at] mcgill.ca.


McGill University's Plurilingual Lab is hosting Dr. Peter Da Costa of Michigan State University in the virtual Plurilingual Lab Speaker Series on September 30, 12:00-1:30pm via Zoom.

The talk is titled "Unpacking Profit and Pride in EMI Higher Education: How Universities Manage this Precarious Balancing Act."

For more information and to register, click HERE.

An inter-faculty, inter-generational conversation about the many challenges faced by those pursuing elite performance, as well as the physical, psychological and emotional factors that can enhance it, and the potential impact of better understanding successful, healthy performance.
A Q&A will be co-moderated by Dean Dilson Rassier from the Faculty of Education and Dean Brenda Ravenscroft from the Schulich School of Music.


The McGill Engine's Winter and Summer TechAccel grantees will be kicking off the Fall Semester with a remote showcase to pitch their startup ventures and talk about all their hard work and accomplishments achieved as part of this year's homecoming event. All 9 TechAccel grantees will do a pitch and attendees are welcome to ask questions and connect with our teams!!


This workshop will provide an overview of the customer discovery process and then delve deeper into how to conduct customer interviews and how to iterate on your business model or lean canvas.

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Classified as: entrepreneurship, External, innovation, students

To our great pleasure, here is the return of the “Building my future” contest.

This contest, taking place from September 20th to October 15th 2021, offers the chance to education students to win one of four (4) prizes valued at $1,000 each.


The Faculty of Education Community is invited to attend the McGill Programs 4th International Congress on Whole Person Care. This year, the conference theme is:

Congruent Responses To A World In Crisis: Courage, Compassion, Community, and the Heart of the Healer

 Join from anywhere in the world, from the comfort of your home for an inspirational program and impactful networking opportunities.


This fall semester, McGill Kinesiology Clinic is offering convenient semi-personalized workouts at home (via Zoom) or in-person at Currie Gym!

  • No previous exercise experience required
  • Exercise is adapted to suit all levels
  • No equipment necessary
  • Informative advice on best practices, injury risks, and improving performance
  • All sessions will be supervised by a staff kinesiologist and involve student trainers


Choose the in-person OR Zoom option:

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