Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

Dean's Review

This annual publication aims to engage and inform our community about the activities, goals, and accomplishments of our Faculty, with a focus on student engagement, truth and reconciliation, diversity and inclusion, research excellence, student success and at-risk youth, international initiatives, digitalization, and advancement.


Dean's Review 2018-19

Social responsibility is our centre of gravity at the Faculty of Education. In recent years, we have articulated a desire to emphasize the role of education in promoting and developing Indigenous education and knowledge, and equity, diversity, and inclusion in our teaching and research. This is illustrated through all our activities—programs, hiring, research, and partnerships.

This year’s Dean’s Review paints a picture of the tremendous passion and energy at our Faculty and celebrates the incredible work of our students, teachers, researchers, and staff during the 2018-2019 academic year.

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2018-19 Dean’s Review

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Dean's Review 2017-18

Welcome to the first edition of the Queen’s Faculty of Education Dean’s Review. This annual publication aims to engage and inform alumni and the education community about the activities, goals, and accomplishments at our Faculty.

2017-2018 has been an exciting and productive year. Our faculty renewal is in full swing with the arrival of three new faculty members in 2017-18 and another four who joined us summer 2018. We have a new smudging space in our ATEP lounge and renovations are completed for our ever-growing Professional Studies and School of English units.

Our students continue to impress us with their enthusiasm and dedication to education. Among the many student accomplishments this year, PhD student Jackson Pind received a Government of Canada History Award, MEd students Sawyer Hogenkamp and Voila David made it to the final in the #Queens3mt Competition, and 13 teacher candidates went to Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire as part of the 1 Million Teachers project.

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2017-18 Dean’s Review

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