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Event Spotlight: Fireside Chat with Dr. Dwayne Huebner
October 1, 2013

On July 3, Dr. Dwayne Huebner visited the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy to hold a fireside chat with interested faculty members and graduate students.
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Peter Wall Institute Arts-Based Initiative Student Competition Winner and Honourable Mention
September 16, 2013

Please join me in congratulating two of our graduate students: Yoriko Gillard (MA) and Natalie LaBlanc (Phd) for being winners of the Peter Wall Institute Arts-Based Initiative student competition entitled "Arts Based Conceptions of Water."
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Samson Nashon’s promotion to full professor
August 1, 2013

I’m absolutely delighted to inform you that the President’s letter has just been received confirming that Samson Nashon has been promoted to full professor.
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Additional grant application success
July 8, 2013

Please join me in congratulating the following students for their success in various grant and scholarship applications: Katie Gemmell – SSHRC – Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarships – Master’s Scholarship Supervisor: Penney Clark. Thompson Mumuni – Incoming PhD – 4-year Global Leadership Scholarship Supervisor: Anne Anderson. Renee Diemert – Incoming PhD – 4–year Indigenous Scholarship Supervisor: […]
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Fireside Chat with Dr. Dwayne Huebner
July 3, 2013

  http://seminars.edcp.educ.ubc.ca/huebner/huebnerAll.mp4   Colleagues, I am delighted to announce that on July 3, 2013 at 2:30—4:00 pm in Scarfe room 310, Dr. Dwayne Huebner will be visiting the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy to hold a fireside chat with interested faculty members and graduate students. We will decide on the location when we know how […]
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CAFE Award
July 2, 2013

Colleagues, I’m pleased to announce that Penney Clark, and her co-author Wayne Knights (a former doctoral student in EDCP), have been awarded the 2013 Canadian Association of Foundations in Education (CAFE) publication award for: Clark, Penney and Wayne Knights.  “‘Gringo Operations’: Nationalism and Capital in Canadian Educational Publishing, 1970-1981.” Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue d’études canadiennes, 45(2) (Spring 2011): […]
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Hannah Spector wins the 2013 CACS publication award

Hanna Spector, a recently graduated Curriculum & Pedagogy doctoral student (now an Assistant Professor at Penn State University, Harrisburg campus), has been awarded the 2013 CACS publication award.
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Further Details about 2013 SSHRC Insight Grant Successes
May 21, 2013

Colleagues, Earlier I informed you of the SSHRC Insight grant successes of Cynthia Nicol and Peter Gouzouasis. Now I have further information and wish to congratulate their co-investigators. Cynthia Nicol’s grant success was a project entitled: Living, learning and teaching in a refugee camp. Working with Cynthia on this are the following Co-Investigators: Samson Nashon, Karen Meyer, […]
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Teacher Educator Award
May 17, 2013

Hello everyone, I am very pleased to inform you that our colleague Dr. Linda Farr Darling is the winner of the TEACHER EDUCATOR award for outstanding service, presented by the Association of BC Deans of Education (ABCDE). Dr. Farr Darling is the Eleanor Rix Professor of Rural Education. The position builds on Linda’s work with […]
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Congratulations to the SSHRC doctoral awardees
May 16, 2013

Please join me in congratulating the following doctoral students for their success in the 2013/2014 SSHRC competition: Madden, Brooke (24 months), Prest, Anita (12 months), Royea, Diana (Canada Graduate Scholarship for 36 months), and Welsh Ashley (24 months). The Department is very proud of their success! Samson Nashon Graduate Adviser
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