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Experiential education a big part of Master of Leadership and Community Engagement professional degree program

Experiential education a big part of Master of Leadership and Community Engagement professional degree program

The Master of Leadership and Community Engagement (MLCE) is a part-time interdisciplinary cohort-based Master’s program that brings together professionals from varied education contexts to learn together how to best serve their immediate communities.

Get to know our faculty - Gabby Moser

Get to know our faculty - Gabby Moser

This month's 'Get to know our faculty' profile features assistant professor Gabby Moser whose current field of research is visual citizenship, and especially the role photography plays--both in artworks and through everyday objects, such as family snapshots--in shaping who can be seen and recognized as a citizen.

In the media: Land and Language

In the media: Land and Language

Celia Haig-Brown, a Professor in the Faculty of Education at York University, wrote a master's thesis on Kamloops residential schools in the mid-1980's, the work was published as a book but was ignored. Haig-Brown has returned to the work and recently published 'Tsqelmucwílc: The Kamloops Indian Residential School―Resistance and a Reckoning' in light of recent events.

The Conversation: Canada identifies international students as 'ideal immigrants' but supports are lacking

The Conversation: Canada identifies international students as 'ideal immigrants' but supports are lacking

Isaac Garcia-Sitton, a Ph.D. student of Education: Language, Culture & Teaching at York University, writes about the federal government identifying international students as a key source of talent for the growth and sustenance of the Canadian economy, and to address the skilled labour shortages.

In the media: Change the system, not the students: Sociologist on Black lives in Canadian education

In the media: Change the system, not the students: Sociologist on Black lives in Canadian education

Professor Carl E. James is the winner of the prestigious 2022 Killam Prize for Social Science. The sociologist has studied Canada's schools and universities for 40 years. He argues there is much to learn about how racialized students can succeed in education.

Professor Sue Winton to deliver talk on privatization and public education

Professor Sue Winton to deliver talk on privatization and public education

Sue Winton, associate professor in York University’s Faculty of Education, will draw on her book Unequal Benefits: Privatization and Public Education in Canada, (University of Toronto Press), to explain how growing education privatization is undermining public education and democracy during a public talk, Nov. 8.