Bassam Khoury, Assistant Professor of the Department of Education and Counseling Psychology, was interviewed in the Association of Psychological Science (APS) Observer journal in "Careers Up Close: Bassam Khoury on How Mindfulness Breeds Compassion".
For fourth-year B.Ed. students approaching the end of their programs, knowing what path to take after graduation can be challenging. Whereas many B.Ed. grads are eager to pursue careers in teaching, training, pedagogy, youth programming, or other employment sectors, others may not feel ready to join the job market just yet. Some students may want to broaden their knowledge and skillsets, become more specialized, or expand their career opportunities.
By Meaghan Thurston (Office of Research and Innovation)
Congratulations go out to Faculty of Education B.Ed Graduate and MA in Educational Leadership Student, Marilyn Ramlakhan, who became the first ever English Sector Principal at FACE high-school.
Marilyn Ramlakhan was previously the vice-principal at James Lyng High School.