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Dr. Wendy V. Norman, MD, CCFP, FCFP, DTM&H, MHSc

Dr. Wendy V. Norman, MD, CCFP, FCFP, DTM&H, MHSc

Professor, Dept. of Family Practice

Associate Member, School of Population and Public Health

Associate Member, Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Sexual and reproductive health, health policy and service research, Public health, Contraception, Abortion services and methods, Population health intervention research, Family planning implementation research, Health professional task sharing research,

Shannon Leddy

Shannon Leddy

Associate Professor

Indigenous art, Indigenous education, education, teacher education, anti-racist education, arts education, decolonizing education, Indigenizing education, sustainability education, decolonizing curriculum, Indigenous pedagogy, humour in education,

Jason Ellis, PhD

Jason Ellis, PhD

Associate Professor

Education, schools, school, K-12, school board, school boards, school district, school districts, special education, inclusion, inclusive education, school finance, education finance, education funding, education spending, school trustees, history of education, Ministry of Education, teacher, teachers, teacher education, private education, private schools

Brad Wuetherick

Brad Wuetherick

Associate Provost, Academic Programs, Teaching and Learning

higher education teaching and learning, student success and retention, equity in teaching and learning, undergraduate research, experiential learning, scholarship of teaching and learning, online learning, e-learning, student mentorship, Indigenous student pathways into research, Indigenous mentorship, inclusive education, liberatory education, Indigenous education, academic development, faculty development, graduate student development, educational development, evaluation of teaching, learning analytics,

Guofang Li, PhD

Guofang Li, PhD

Professor

Tier 1 Canada Research Chair

Immigration, immigrant children’s language and literacy education, English as a second language (ESL) education, Chinese heritage language education, early childhood education, family literacy, technology-enhanced language teaching, pre- and inservice TESOL teacher education, cross-cultural studies

Victor Glickman, EdD

Director, Edudata Canada

BC Ministry of Education data, education data, software as a Service (SaaS) reporting tools, BC Ministry of Education data research agreements

Dr. Jaclyn Stewart

Dr. Jaclyn Stewart

Associate Professor of Teaching

educational psychology, chemistry education, learning strategies, science education, higher education, educational technology, learning assessment, curriculum, university transition, student success, science communication,

André Elias Mazawi

Professor

Sociology of education, higher education governance, international education, education and higher education policy, education in the Arab region, human rights and education

Dr. Rita Irwin, EdD

Dr. Rita Irwin, EdD

Professor

Arts education, arts teacher education, teacher education, arts based research, research creation, artists-in-residence, community engagement, diversity, international education, refugee education

Naoko Ellis, PhD

Naoko Ellis, PhD

Professor

Chemical reaction engineering, multiphase reactors, CO2 capture, bioenergy, sustainability education and leadership, science outreach, sustainable development, systems approach, energy transition, transdisciplinarity, collaborative learning

Marina Milner-Bolotin, PhD

Marina Milner-Bolotin, PhD

Professor

Mathematics education, science education, STEM education, technology education, girls/women in science

Peter Cole

Associate Professor

Ecojustice and sustainability education, Indigenous education, advanced research methodology, indigenizing research, Indigenous community engagement, research with St’at’imc and Kichwa-lamista (high Amazon in Peru) and Cusco-sacred valley area of Peruvian Andes, First Nations and settler relations, language and cultural regeneration, ecotechnology, ecopedagogy, ecoliteracy, environmental studies, researching with Indigenous peoples, human nonhuman and more-than-human relationalities and Indigenous peoples, aboriginal and northern studies, Indigenous rituals and ceremonies, indigeneity and essentialism, cultural appropriation, appropriation of voice, intellectual property appropriation, aboriginal and Indigenous knowledges in the academy, academic colonization, aboriginal peoples and the performing and visual arts, Indigenous traditions in education, Indigenous healing and wellness modalities, Indigenous peoples and genocide, Indigenous peoples and place-based education, sustainable development

Peter Gouzouasis, BMus, MMus, PhD (Music)

Professor

Arts-based research, autoethnography, creative analytical practices, creativity in teaching and learning, digital media in teaching and learning, early childhood education, jazz (performance and recorded music), music media, music learning, and pedagogy

Nancy Perry, PhD

Professor

Motivation and self-regulated learning in young children, social perspectives on teaching and learning, reading and writing, accommodating individual difference in general education classrooms, learning disabilities, special education

Michelle Stack, PhD

Associate Professor

educational policy, politics, university rankings, media education, media literacy, anti-racism, disability studies, social justice, educational equity, knowledge mobilization, knowledge translation, media representation of mental illness, comedy and social change

Michelle Stack is an associate professor in the Department of Educational Studies. Her research interests include educational policy and politics, university rankings, media education, anti-racism, disability studies, educational equity and knowledge translation. She is the author of Global University Ranking and the Mediatization of Higher Education, and she is editor of a second upcoming book on university rankings and journal impact factors. Michelle teaches workshops and courses across the university that are aimed at developing the capacity of graduate students to communicate their scholarship to journalists and others. She is preparing to dip her toe for a second time into the world of standup comedy in an attempt to expand conversations about mental illness, white fragility, disability and rankings. Michelle won the Killam Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2017, and she is a 2020-21 Peter Wall Scholar.

Jolie Mayer-Smith

Professor

Environmental education, science education, post-secondary teaching and learning, teacher education and research, pedagogy, collaboration, educational technology

Rob Tierney, PhD

Professor

Global epistemologies and cross-cultural research in education and literacy, social science research, diversity, social justice, equity, indigenous matters, digital literacies, nature of literacy, meaning making, reading comprehension, reading-writing relationships, teaching, learning, educational assessment, teacher education

Samia Khan

Associate Professor

Science education, teaching and learning, cognition, digital technology, learning space design, case study, higher education

Dr. Derek Gladwin

Dr. Derek Gladwin

Associate Professor

Environmental literacy, energy literacy, systems, complexity, energy transition, transdisciplinary education, arts-based education, textual literacy, digital literacy, storytelling and narrative inquiry, empathy education, futures literacy

Susan Crichton, PhD

Associate Dean

Educational technology, coding, maker movement, teacher education, teacher education in challenging contexts, teacher education in developing countries