Media Coverage

The Faculty of Education in the media.

North Shore well-represented at youth physics competition

Education professor Marina Milner-Bolotin spoke with North Shore News about the 39th annual UBC Physics Olympics. More


Talking about rural teacher education on CBC Radio Kelowna

Dr. Wendy Carr, the associate dean of UBC’s teacher education program, discussed rural teacher education on CBC Radio Kelowna’s Daybreak South. More


Discussing youth mental health in B.C.

Dr. Shalini Lal, a former UBC PhD candidate supervised by education professor Carl Leggo, spoke to CBC’s On the Coast about her research that examined what is effective when it comes to treating mental illness among Metro Vancouver youth. More


UBC study on what works for young-adult mental health treatment

The Vancouver Sun reported on a UBC study that examines what does and does not work when it comes to treating mental illness among Metro Vancouver youth, featuring research by former UBC PhD candidate Dr. Shalini Lal, supervised by education professor Carl Leggo. More


Will there be a teacher shortage after the provincial budget?

CKNW interviewed Dr. Charles Ungerleider, a UBC education professor emeritus, for a story about a potential teacher shortage in B.C. More


Black history month, important? Yes, but…

Dr. Annette Henry, the David Lam Chair in Multicultural Education at UBC, spoke to Radio Canada about Black History Month. More


‘The little MOOC that could’: Online course promotes indigenous ways of knowing

Dr. Jan Hare spoke about UBC's Indigenous Education MOOC, Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education. More


Discussing shortage of teachers in B.C.

CBC’s On the Coast featured an interview with Dr. Wendy Carr, the associate dean of UBC’s teacher education program, about the shortage of teachers in B.C. More


Michelle Stack on Sense of Place

On Roundhouse Radio's Sense of Place, Minelle Mahtani spoke with UBC education professor Michelle Stack about the effects of academic boycotts. More


School districts rush to increase staff in wake of landmark ruling

The Globe and Mail quoted UBC education professor emeritus Charles Ungerleider for a story about the hiring spree of teachers and support staff after class size and composition clauses were restored in B.C. More