Dean's Message

As the new Dean of Education at the University of Regina, I am both delighted and honoured to be returning home; to be working and living on Treaty Four territory as an ally of the sovereign First Nations and Métis/Michif Nation in Saskatchewan. Our Faculty of Education is renowned for its commitments to enacting social and ecological justice, inclusiveness, sustainability, cultural and linguistic diversity, and life-long learning in a community of care and mutual respect. Through our transformative, anti-oppressive undergraduate and graduate teaching, scholarship and service, we strive to be the Faculty of choice for diverse, passionate and outstanding Education students. I look forward to working and flourishing together; collaboratively articulating – both in bringing together and giving voice to – our Faculty’s dynamic vision and goals of advancing innovative teaching, research, and community outreach.

Dr. James Nahachewsky
Dean, Faculty of Education

Dr, James Nahachewsky

Faculty of Education Strategic Plan

Our Vision

The Faculty of Education aspires to be a leader in innovative and anti-oppressive undergraduate and graduate research, scholarhip, teaching, learning and service.

Our Mission

The Faculty of Education serves society by educating classroom teachers, other educators, the wider community and the public; preparing educational leaders and lifelong learners; providing leadership and support for ongoing education, training and development; conducting innovative educational research, practices and methods in pedagogy; and by initiating and engaging in local, national and international programs and projects in French, English and Indigenous languages.

The Faculty of Education is committed to enacting social and ecological justice, indigenization, sustainability, cultural and linguistic diversity, life-long learning, service, outreach and the collaborative processes that flourish in a community of caring and mutual respect.

Land Acknowledgement

The University of Regina is predominately situated in Treaty 4 Territory with a presence in Treaty 6 Territory. Treaty 4 is the traditional territory of the Cree, Saulteaux, Nakota, Lakota and Dakota peoples, and is the homeland of the Métis people. As educators in these territories, it is our collective priority to ensure all learners gain a deeper understanding of our shared histories and contemporary relationships. Indigenization and reconciliation are our collective responsibilities.
Indigenous Artwork

Our Stories

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Our Research

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Our Students

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Our Alumni