Professor Haig-Brown was one of six York faculty members to be elected by The Royal Society of Canada (RSC) as part of the Class of 2022. Recognition by the RSC is the highest honour an individual can achieve in the arts, social sciences and sciences.
Associate Professor Sarah Barrett and doctoral candidate Nicola Dove co-authored a report titled ‘Advancing Black Inclusion and Addressing Anti-Black Racism in the Faculty of Education: A Reflection on Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities’.
Doctoral student Katherine Barron’s cutting-edge research examines the use of curriculum modifications for elementary school students. The prestigious scholarship, valued at $50,000 per year for up to three years is presented by the Government of Canada.
The list of outstanding graduates includes humanitarian Farkhunda Muhtaj (BEd ’21), educator and public health advocate Jonathan Clodman (BEd ’19, MEd ’20) and Opera singer and EDI advocate Jonelle Sills (BEd ’16).