Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

Research Events & Publications 

Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Education 

The Rosa Bruno Jofré Symposium in Education (RBJSE) is an interdisciplinary symposium that provides graduate students with a supportive and affordable opportunity to present and discuss their research or work-in-progress with colleagues, faculty, and practitioners from the field. The symposium highlights current graduate student research at Queen's University and other universities across Canada and abroad. 

RBJSE will be held at the Faculty of Education, Queen's University March 7-8, 2018. 

Visit the RBJSE website for more information. 

Celebration of Scholarly Activity 

To celebrate the scholarly accomplishments of our faculty members, we host the Annual Celebration of Scholarly Activity each winter.

The 2nd Annual Celebration of Scholarly Activity will be February 20, 2018. 

Education Letter 

Starting in Fall 2018, the Education Letter will focus on the excellent research undertaken by our growing faculty. We are excited about this shift, which will provide space for faculty members and graduate students to share ideas and knowledge in a collaborative online publication. You can view past issues of the Education Letter here

Research in a Nutshell 

In the ever-growing and changing field of education, it can be challenging to navigate the great volume of research available to teachers. Research in a Nutshell focuses on the researchers at our Faculty of Education. Our hope is that you will be inspired to engage with the research as well as the researchers. In this publication, you will find the summarized findings of research articles directly related to topics in education as well as citations to the full articles should you wish to read them in their entirety. Our hope is that Research in a Nutshell will be a helpful road map as you build critical perspectives as educators. New issues are released every fall, winter and spring. Find out more and see the publication here