Distinguished Graduate Work

Distinguished Educational Foundations Masters and PhD Thesis and Dissertation Awards

Since 1997 faculty in the department have supervised students who have won distinguished Masters Thesis and Dissertation Awards.

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EFDT Distinguished Theses and Disertations

  • Selectivity in education in learning and teaching: The role and limits of negative prehensions in Alfred North Whitehead's philosophy of education (M. Ed. 2006)
    • Name:  Adam Scarfe
    • Supervisor:  Howard Woodhouse
  • Gendered determinants of job-related training participation in Canada (2004, Interdisciplinary PhD); 
    • Name: Elizabeth Quinlan
    • Supervisor:  Dianne Hallman (now Miller) and Don Fischer, Professor Emeritus, Psychology
  • Femininity: A retrospective study of women and their reading of teen magazines during adolescence (M.Ed.   2002);
    • Name: Lisa Fedorowich
    • Supervisor” Dianne Hallman (now Miller) and Angela Ward, Curriculum Studies