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Education and Social Work, Page 17

Back-to-school hacks

  Posted on: August 19, 2016

Save time and skip the line-ups. Navigate campus like an expert with these back-to-school hacks.

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Churchley’s expertise sought in global forum

  Posted on: August 15, 2016

Dr. John Churchley, who recently joined the School of Education (Faculty of Education and Social Work) as Principal Lecturer, has been invited to speak alongside scholars from Harvard and MIT at a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) forum in Shanghai. Churchley has also been invited to attend the Sino-Foreign Leading Principals Symposium at East…

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Handford explores educational leadership

  Posted on: August 5, 2016

Dr. Tory Handford of the School of Education (Faculty of Education and Social Work) continues her contributions to the field of educational leadership with her research and scholarly work. In addition to a recently-published book review (Handford, V. [2016]. Book Review of Barnett, Ronald [2016]. Understanding the University: Institution, Idea, Possibilities. London and New York: Routledge. Pages: 214. Canadian Journal…

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TRU prof participates in federal funding reform

  Posted on: July 15, 2016

Dr. Rod McCormick, B.C. Innovation Council Chair in Aboriginal Health, was one of 50 researchers invited to participate in the emergency meeting in Ottawa on July 13, designed to address concerns related to the grant application and peer review process of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). The outcomes from the meeting create a more sustainable and fair funding process.

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MEd students get schooled in neuroscience

  Posted on: July 13, 2016

The Faculty of Education and Social Work (EDSW) is currently offering its first ever special topic course in the emerging field of educational neuroscience to students in the Masters of Education (MEd) program.

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Accelerator Fund open

  Posted on: July 4, 2016

Applications are now being accepted for the Accelerator Fund. The fund is designed to support SSHRC-eligible researcher.

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