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Queen’s Faculty of Education takes great pride in our accomplished, progressive, and innovative alumni community. Our graduates span the globe working as teachers, administrators, and leaders in education.

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Alumni News

Find out what is happening with other Faculty of Education Alumni from around the world. We would love to hear about your stories – email edalumni@queensu.ca.

 

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Check back frequently to find out what our alumni are up to and how you can participate!

Homecoming 2022

Homecoming 2022, Oct 28-30

Faculty of Education Alumni Reception

Date: Friday, October 28, 2022
Time: 5-7pm
Location: Ban Righ Hall - Elspeth Baugh Fireside Room

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Top 50 Influential Alumni in 50 Years 

The Top 50 Influential Alumni in 50 Years is a celebration of the leadership and accomplishments of Queen’s Faculty of Education alumni across the globe. See who made the list here. 

 

Stay in touch

We love hearing from Alumni, and have many ways for you to be involved and keep in touch with what is happening at the Faculty. Read about and share research, ideas and knowledge in our Knowledge Forum, listen to or participate in our podcast Popular Podagogy, or share your story with us for Alumni News

Our Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity (EDI) Vision - Onkwá:wen ne Sha’taiá:wen’ne, Nia’té:kon, tánon Ia’tehontiéston (EDI) Nahò:ten Iakwéhre

Our vision is to be a leader in the educational landscape, recognized for our commitment to teaching, international initiatives, innovative programs, and influential research. We strive to address the impact of issues of race, gender, social class, sexual orientation, ability, age, religion, and other social identity markers, in all spheres of the academic community. We strive to ensure that our leadership is inclusive and representative of the communities that we serve. We seek to employ an EDI lens in the areas of teaching and research, living and learning communities and academic workplaces. To read the entire EDI Vision Statement visit the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee’s webpage.

Ne iakwéhre í:i aiakwáhente tsi nonkwá:ti ne ronteweiénstha ashakotirihón:nien, ahatiién:tere’ne tsi ionkwahrharátston aiakhirihón:nien ne tsik nonwéhshon ionkhiiaten’nikonhrá:wi, orihwase’shón:’a aiakwátste tánon ne iorihowá:nens ionkwaweientehtá:on. Ionkwahskéhnhen aiakwatharáhkwe tsi neniáwen’ne ne tsi niiakaonhontsó:ten, iakónkwe/rónkwe, tsi naontaiakótteke, nahò:ten ierákwas iakónkwe/rónkwe, nahò:ten iakokwé:nion, tsi nitiakó:ion, niiakorihwiiostonhtsheró:ten, tánon ne oiáshon tsi ní:ioht tsi iontátkens ne onkwehshón:’a, tsi nitiotierá:ton ne tsi ronteweienstáhkhwa. Ionkwahskéhnhen orihwí:io aiatión:ni ne ionkhihenté:se ionkhiiatia’tará:ni tánon ne ionkhihenté:se ne kanakerahseraké:ron ionkwaió’te. Iakwé:saks aiakhihnháne ne EDI tsi nón:we ne shakotirihonnién:ni tánon ne ratirihó’kwats, tánon ronteweiénstha kanakeráhsera tánon tsi nonwéshon ionteweiénstha. Ahsewennahnó:ten akwé:kon ne EDI tsi ní:ioht tsi Ieiakwatkáthos Kahiatón:nion, iahá:se ne Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee’s webpage (Sha’taiawén’ne, Nia’té:kon, Ia’tehontiéston ne Thotiniarotáhrhon raoná:wen webpage).

 Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee