Please join me in congratulating four of our graduate students, Julia Ostertag (Co-Supervisors: Dr. Donal O’Donoghue & Dr. Tony Clarke), Brooke Madden (Supervisor: Cynthia Nicol), Latika Raisinghani (Supervisor: Dr. Samson Nashon), and Stephanie Anderson Redmond (Supervisor: Penney Clark) for receiving the Best Dissertation and Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Awards respectively at this year’s (May 28 – June 3, 2016) CSSE conference in Calgary, Alberta.
- Julia Ostertag received the CACS Dissertation Award for “School Gardening, Teaching, and a Pedagogy of Enclosures: Threads of an Arts-Based Métissage”
- Brooke Madden received the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award presented by the CASIE (Canadian Association for the Study of Indigenous Education) at the CSSE Conference for “Aboriginal/Indigenous Education and Teacher Education: Pedagogical Pathways and Productions of (un)Becoming”
- Latika Raisinghani received the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award presented by the SERG (Science Education Research Group ) at the CSSE Conference for “Tackling Culture-imposed Biases in Science and Mathematics Classrooms: A Case of Vancouver Teachers”
- Stephanie Anderson Redmond received the Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award presented by the CERN (Citizenship Education Research Network) at the CSSE Conference for “Narrating the Nation: Historical Consciousness, Sites of Pedagogy & History Education”
The Department is also proud of the EDCP graduate students who presented papers and posters at the CSSE / Congress Conference in Calgary.
Anne M. Phelan
Professor and Graduate Advisor