Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

Research Events & Publications 

The Queen's University Faculty of Education releases a number of publications and hosts events, providing graduate students and faculty members opportunities to share their research with our education community.

Publications


The Knowledge Forum

The Knowledge Forum - Issue 1 - Education & the Public Good

 

The Knowledge Forum, launched Fall 2018, takes on a fresh perspective of our popular Education Letter as is a space for faculty, alumni, and students to share their research, ideas, and knowledge.

 

Research in a Nutshell

RiaN volume 1

 

In the ever-growing and changing field of education, it can be challenging to navigate the great volume of research available to teachers. RiaN hope is to inspire you to engage with the research at our Faculty of Education.

 

Popular Podagogy

In the CFRC studio recording our podcast Popular Podagogy 2018

 

Popular Podagogy is a podcast from the Queen’s University Faculty of Education that will cover big teaching ideas in a way that will allow all teachers (and maybe even some parents) an opportunity to relate on a variety of emotional levels.

 

Events


Celebration of Scholarly Activity

Our Annual Celebration of Scholarly Activity on February 22, 2018

 

To celebrate the scholarly accomplishments of our faculty members, we host the Annual Celebration of Scholarly Activity each winter. Our 2018 Annual Celebration of Scholarly Activity was on February 22. View our celebrated Faculty of 2017.

 

ScholarShare & FacultyShare

SSHRC Reception 2018

 

The Education Graduate Student Society periodically presents the ScholarShare series which provides an opportunity for current graduate students in the Faculty of Education to share their work with their colleagues in a supportive environment. If you are a graduate student interested in presenting your scholarly work at a future ScholarShare session, email the EGSS Academic Events Coordinator at egss@queensu.ca. FacultyShare provides a chance for Faculty members to share their scholarly outputs with the graduate student community.

 

RBJSE Annual Conference

Graduate Students presenting their research at the RBJSE 2018 Conference

 

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. See more information from our 2018 RBJSE in March.