Faculty

Congratulations to the KPE recipients of 2021 CGS-M Awards!

Published: 14May2021

Congratulations to our Master's students for being awarded the prestigious Canada Graduate Scholarship this year!

Celebrating International Day of Families

Published: 14May2021

May 15 is International Day of Families.  ...

The 4th International Congress on Whole Person Care

21Oct2021
to
24Oct2021

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:/educationCategory: Faculty of...

Philip Howard Delivers Keynote for Perspectives on Teaching Conference

Published: 11May2021

Dr. Philip S.S. Howard of the Department of Integrated Studies in Education will be this year's keynote speaker for Western University's Perspectives on Teaching, Spring Conference. This free...

Congratulations to our 2021 NSERC (USRA) Award Recipients!

Published: 11May2021

The Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education would like to congratulate this year's NSERC (USRA) Award Recipients.

Media Spotlight – Annie Savard, DISE, Interviewed in the Times Colonist

Published: 10May2021

Associate Professor Annie Savard (Department of Integrated Studies in Education) was recently interviewed by the Times Colonist, a BC-based publication, about how Canadian students are performing...

Call for Survey Participants: Parenting Behaviours and Associations with Mental Health and Well-Being

Published: 10May2021

The ReACT lab is looking for participants in Canada who are at least 18 years old to complete a survey about parenting behaviours and its associations with mental health, and well-being....

Participatory Research in Education and Agency in Mali (PREAM) Project Launches for Adolescents in the Segou an Mopti Regions

Published: 5May2021

PREAM is a 3 year international collaboration between McGill University and the Université des Lettres et Sciences Humaines de Bamako (ULSHB) in close collaboration with Plan International Canada...

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