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Integrating Indigenous Content

Led by Dr. Jennifer Davis and Elder-in-Residence and ATEP Coordinator Deb St. Amant (Bezhig Waabshke Ma’iingan Gewetigaabo) this workshop is geared towards faculty, instructors,  instructional designers, GTFs, and others to provide advice, resources, and ideas for integrating Indigenous content and knowledge in their courses. This will build on the workshop delivered in spring 2018, but can also be attended as a stand alone session. Coffee and tea will be provided. 

April 4, 10-11:30 am 

Room A227, Duncan McArthur Hall 

Please RSVP. 

B.Ed. Olivia Rondeau receives Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award

April 2, 2019 

Teacher Candidate Olivia Rondeau ('19) is one of five Queen's students to receive the 2019 Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award. The award and induction in the Tricolour Society is the highest tribute that can be paid to a student for valuable and distinguished service to the university in non-athletic, extra-curricular activities. The three tenants of the award are service, leadership, and character. The award is named after Agnes Benidickson who was chancellor of Queen’s from 1980 until 1996.


Call for Linguistics research presentations

Call for Papers for They 2019

PDF version of the call for circulation.

THEY features two tracks of talks and presentations: one featuring research from linguistics (L-Track), and one featuring scholars and practitioners from other fields (O-Track). Each track has a separate call for papers, proposal format, and submission deadline. Please ensure that your submission follows the format for your desired track.


Dr. Alana Butler Receives Queen’s Human Rights Initiative Award

Dr. Alana Butler Receives Queen’s Human Rights Initiative Award

March 27, 2019

On March 19, Dr. Alana Butler was given the Queen’s Human Rights Initiative Award. The Queen’s Human Rights Initiative Award recognizes initiatives that have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of equality and human rights at Queen’s University. 

Dr. Butler has been instrumental in establishing the Teacher Candidates of Colour group by providing a welcoming and supportive community while at the same time positively changing the culture within the Faculty of Education for current and future teacher candidates. Teacher Candidates of Colour enables students to bring their knowledge and experience to the community and in the group’s ever growing membership, it’s evident they have the support to thrive. Through Dr. Butler’s efforts and the work done by students, the Social Healing and Reconciliatory Education (SHARE) research group was created.

Find out about the other recipients of the 2019 Human Rights and Equity Office awards.

Mind, body, and spirit – Meet Barbara Laing

Mind, body, and spirit – Meet Barbara Laing

PhD Candidate in Education

March 26, 2019

by Phil Gaudreau

Written for the School of Graduate Studies

There are those moments in life that just give you goosebumps – that sensation that you’ve experienced something incredible, and your life will never be the same from that point on.

How do people experience the serendipitous as spiritual? How do these moments impact learning? And how is this learning shared with others? Barbara Laing (B.Ed’05) wants to find out.