'I know the road where the cataclysm happened'

Award winning writer, former lecturer in the College of Education, and alumna Sharon Butala (BEd '62) offers thougths on the tragedy in Humboldt

National Post

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Power of Education

Identified

Two College of Education PhD students receive highest national support for research.

 

 

Terrance Pelletier & Tasha Spillett

Featured

Professor Bill Robertson's new book of poetry Decoys in the news.

 

 

StarPhoenix

Rewarded

U of S Education student Shelby Newkirk sets world record

Years of hard work and dedication reward second year College of Education student with para-swimming 100m backstroke world record time.

CBC News

Applied

Student Employment Opportunities

The College of Education has created a centralized location for posting research and teaching assistant, and other employment opportunities for students.

Check it out!

Reengaged

Calgary-based Alumni Celebrate

Past BEd graduates of the College of Education pose for a photo at the Alumni Pinning Ceremony held October 5th in Calgary.

Alumni & Supporters

Research. Response. Reconciliation.

The New 3-Rs
Learn more about the priorities of the College of Education

Dean's Message

Committed
& Accountable

BEd Students, Graduates, and Alumni

The Educator's Profession and
Our Commitment to Professionalism

About the College

1,150

BEd students

415

MEd students

40

PhD students

48

faculty

22

undergrad and
grad programs

6

student
advisors

4

vibrant
departments

5

seconded
teachers

615

self-declared
Indigenous
students

60

international
graduate
students

21%

of all social science
research $
on campus

115

partnerships
across
Saskatchewan

34,000

alumni,
and growing

infinite pride
in our work

Recognized

Dr Jay Wilson
Curriculum Studies
 
3M Fellow, the highest teaching honour in Canada

 

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College Notes

With compassion and commitment

The College of Education recognizes the profound sorrow and pain that has resulted from the verdict that has so deeply impacted Indigenous individuals, families, communities, and every one of us.

We recognize the barriers present in Canadian institutions and systems that illustrate the critical need for all of us to reinforce and deepen our commitment and resolve to accomplish the work of meaningful reconciliation.

Our College community is committed to the work of this change so that everyone can freely participate and share in, and benefit from, the reconciling of nations across this country, now and in the future.

– Dr Michelle Prytula
Dean, College of Edcuation

 


 

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