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EDST UBC
Department of Educational Studies, UBC. MA, MEd, EdD, PhD programs focus on political, historic, economic & social justice issues in Education.
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Be a part of EDST's first Career Connections Day! Register Today. This event is for Education graduate students and alumni. Sign up as a career mentor, mentee or mentor/tee.
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EDST UBC Oct 17
Join Chief Ninawa Huni Kui (the President of the Federation of the Huni Kui People in Acre, Brazil) on Nov 18, 2019 at 4pm for the talk "The Amazon Forest is Screaming."
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University of British Columbia Oct 16
On October 17, will be taking part in , a province-wide earthquake drill.
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UBC Life Oct 11
The Great Trek Festival is UBC's newest event–inspired by the construction of the Vancouver campus and the Musqueam people. On October 26, join us and celebrate our collective histories: |
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EDST UBC Oct 15
Check out these 6 tips on studying.
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UBC PDCE Oct 11
Mental health literacy is the foundation for mental health promotion, prevention and care.Take advantage of this classroom-ready, web-based, modular mental health curriculum resource:
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UBC Dean of Education Oct 10
. Fantastic response from faculty, staff & students. Mental health matters to us all!
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UBC Dean of Education Oct 8
Delighted to host faculty members at Conversations with the Dean, an annual event for new & returning faculty. So important to create spaces for cross-departmental connections to be made!
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University of British Columbia Oct 8
Thanks to donors, UBC students are ready to make a difference. Change their world, so they can change ours.
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UBC Education Oct 7
All students, staff and faculty are welcome to share their thoughts about why mental health matters:
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University of British Columbia Oct 7
Career events, programs, and workshops are happening every week at UBC Vancouver! Sign-up for one today:
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EDST UBC Oct 7
Be a part of EDST's first Career Connections Day! Register Today This event is for Education graduate students and alumni. You can sign up as a career mentor, mentee or mentor/tee.
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EDST UBC Oct 4
Join EDST’s Writing Group and guest speaker Dr. Alison Taylor for a mini-lecture and Q&A on blogging from 10:00am-10:30am followed by time to write until 1:30pm.
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EDST UBC Oct 3
Be a part of EDST's first Career Connections Day! Register by Monday October 7th. This event is for Education graduate students and alumni. You can sign up as a career mentor, mentee or mentor/tee.
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UBC ECED Oct 3
Interested in becoming an Early Childhood Educator? Our fully online program of courses (with potential to arrange practicum in your local community) opens doors for rural students! Apply by Oct 15 for a January start!
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UBC PDCE Sep 25
This course helps to envision how Indigenous histories, world views, and approaches can be made part of the work we do in classrooms, organizations, communities, and our everyday experiences. |
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Green College Sep 26
Wrapping up Sept. and jumping right into October with a full week of interdisciplinary public lectures at next week. See you in the Coach House.
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EDST UBC Oct 1
Writing Retreat Registration Now Open: We will run 1 residential and 1 non-residential dissertation writing retreat in Reading Week 2020: February 17 - 21, 2020 Limited spots available:
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EDST UBC Sep 30
It's today at PCOH Room 2012, see you there! EDST Writing Group: Mapping Entry Points into the Maze of Scholarly Conversations with Dr. Sharon Stein.
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Wendy Carr Sep 29
We've just launched . Students, staff & faculty share why mental health matters to them: Stay tuned as responses are shared.
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