Education News

We have great things happening in the Faculty of Education. Our Education News magazine, published bi-annually, features our current news and events and student, alumni, and faculty stories. Back issues of Education News are archived on our Education News Blog, which also provides up-to-date news and events. To stay informed you can also follow us on Twitter ( @URfacofEd ) and Facebook.

The following are a few of the latest stories:

PhD candidates recipients of research awards

PhD Candidates (Education Psychology) Miranda Field and Shana Cardinal are recipients of Indigenous Peoples’ Health Research Centre (IPHRC) and the Saskatchewan Centre for Patient Oriented Research (SCPOR) Research Awards. Each has been awarded $30,000 for their research, which aligns with IPHRC/SCPOR’s goals. Miranda’s research will focus on the role of place within Indigenous mental health …

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Alumni Gathering 2019

We were honoured with the presence of around 55 of our alumni, and former and current faculty and staff on the evening of October 9, 2019. Alumnus Joseph Naytowhow and Dr. Anna-Leah King offered a song to start the evening in a good way and Joseph also ended the evening with a song. Our speaker, …

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Alumni events October 9, 2019

Alumni, take note of these events happening October 9. In the afternoon, an Indigenous Pedagogy Day and in the evening a presentation by Dr. Niigaan Sinclair.

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Orange Shirt Day at the Faculty of Education

  Students, staff and faculty wore their orange shirts to show their support of Indian residential school survivor/thrivers and to make a statement about the importance of every child.

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The importance of indigenous research methodology

A crowd gathered for the second annual Indigenous Research event, hosted by the Faculty of Education’s Research & Graduate Programs office and First Nations University, Thursday, September 26, as part of the University of Regina’s Indigenous Research Showcase Week. Elder and Master’s student Alma Poitrois shared about her research, taking the audience through several layers …

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