Christopher Dietzel, a PhD student in DISE and research assistant on the IMPACTS Project, has received a Mitacs Globalink Research Award. Chris will travel to Australia and work with Dr. Kath Albury, a professor at Swinburne University of Technology, to research violations of safety and consent that trans and gender non-binary people experience while using dating apps. For his doctorate, Chris is studying sexual violence in LGBTQ+ communities and sexual consent related to dating app use.
Artists and researchers collaborate to address sexual violence. The McGill Reporter covered this new exhibit, In/Visible: Body as Reflective Site, spearheaded by Faculty of Education Professor Shaheen Shariff. Click here to read more...
Nearly 60 Cree students their graduation from McGill University's Faculty of Education this past Saturday in Pikogan, Quebec. Our Office of First Nations and Inuit Education offers full-time and part-time teacher certification programs in Cree and Inuit communities in Quebec as well as in Kahnawake and Listuguj. Even though these students may be far away off campus, they are an important part of our Faculty and the McGill community. CBC's Susan Bell covered the story.
On June 19th, the Faculty of Education released this public statement in reaction to the Quebec Government's passing of Bill 21:
On May 24, 2019, Annie Savard was awarded by the title Professor Honoris Causa from UNIVERSITATEA OVIDIUS DIN CONSTANTA, in Romania. Annie Savard is associate professor at the Faculty of Education at McGill University.
The Faculty of Education is pleased to announce the winners of the competitions for Fellowships and Awards for the 2018-2019 year.Ellen Edith Grubb Stansfield Award for School-based Classroom Research ($900)
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Statement on Bill 21, An Act respecting the laicity of the State (Loi sur la laïcité de l’État), from the Department of Integrated Studies in Education and the Internships and Student Affairs Office in the Faculty of Education at McGill University adopted on April 18, 2019
Congratulations to Katherine Boyadjian recipient of the
SPEAQ-TESL/BEALS prize for academic excellence and professionalism for 2019 graduates
DISE's Dr. Aziz Choudry will take part in a panel discussion presented by the Northern Police Monitoring Project in Manchester, UK.Activists, State Surveillance and Political Policing
The panel discussion will take place Friday March 8, 2019.
New book from DISE's Aziz Choudry, "Activists and the Surveillance State: Learning from Repression", is now available
A new publication edited by Aziz Choudry, Activists and the Surveillance State: Learning from Repression, is now available for purchase from Pluto Press.
Assistant Professor in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education discusses climate change knowledge and how to develop tomorrow’s sustainability leaders
"'A huge class': McGill graduates 40 students from Indigenous language and literacy program", gushed a recent CBC article by Susan Bell and Betsy Longchap, posted November 26, 2018.
CBC recently published an article on the topic of Quebec's proposed ban on religious symbols for civil servants, including teachers: "Aspiring teacher may leave Quebec if CAQ follows through on religious symbol ban", by Benjamin Shingler and Jaela Bernstien.
Students and alumni from McGill's Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE) have co-founded the non-religious non-profit Centre for Civic Religious Literacy (CCRL) to promote civic religious literacy through educational programming.
J-BILD (Journal of Belonging, Identity, Language, and Diversity) have announced the publication of Volume 2(2), now available to read or download via their website.