Media Coverage

The Faculty of Education in the media.

Immersion française : un débat émotif

CBC Radio-Canada spoke with Dr. Wendy Carr about the reduction of french immersion places in Vancouver. More


Indigenous storyteller and educator awarded honorary degree

Dr. Jo-ann Archibald (EDST) will receive an honorary degree from Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) on June 1, 2017. More


Roundhouse Radio: University rankings – why they matter so much, and should they?

Professors Michelle Stack, Andre Mazawi, and doctoral student Sonia Medel speak to Roundhouse Radio about an upcoming event on university rankings. More


Learning Through the Arts (LTTA): a refuge for refugees

An article in The Source discusses a Learning Through the Arts (LTTA) proposal for helping refugees integrate which is being put forward by LLED visiting professor Maher Bahloul. More


Why university rankings cause too much anxiety

Dr. Michelle Stack (EDST) wrote an op-ed for The Tyee about the pressure caused by university rankings. More


Discussing education in B.C.

Dr. Michelle Stack (EDST) was interviewed on Roundhouse Radio about education in B.C. and the role education issues play in provincial elections. More


Alumnus Evan Dunfee walks Vancouver Marathon, beats all but 132 runners

UBC kinesiology alumnus and Olympian Evan Dunfee walked the 2017 BMO Vancouver Marathon, placing an incredible 133rd overall in a field of 3,654 participants. More


This dragon’s strength comes wrapped with a gentle spirit

The Vancouver Courier mentioned a study by Dr. Don McKenzie, a UBC kinesiology professor, in a story about a dragon boat racing pioneer. More


Canada 150: Award-winning poet was an early feminist and international journalist

As Canada's 150th birthday approaches, the Vancouver Sun is counting down with profiles of 150 noteworthy British Columbians, including UBC education alumna Dorothy Livesay, MEd '66, LittD '90. More


Youth and depression: Building supports in schools

A Montreal Gazette article on the inclusion of mental-wellness skills in the new BC curriculum quoted UBC education professor emerita Dr. Lynn Miller. More