Media Coverage

The Faculty of Education in the media.

Vancouver teacher reflects on 36-year career after winning national award

The Vancouver Courier spoke with alumnus Jim Crescenzo (BEd (Sec) '81) about his lengthy teaching career as he received a Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence. More

West Vancouver teacher honoured

North Shore News spoke with alumnus Thomas Harding, MA’99 of Rockridge Secondary School, West Vancouver, on receiving a Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence. More

Roundhouse Radio – Road mapping education

On Roundhouse Radio's Sense of Place, Minelle Mahtani speaks with education columnist Dr. Michelle Stack on road mapping how the new government can solve one of the province's most embattled issues - education. More

Academic freedom faces off with call for safety on campus

The Globe and Mail spoke to various UBC faculty, staff and students, including Dr. Anthony Paré, LLED, for an article about academic freedom. More

Roundhouse Radio talks with Dr. Michelle Stack about white supremacy

On Roundhouse Radio, Minelle Mahtani speaks with education columnist Dr. Michelle Stack about what white people can do to call out and take action against white supremacy. More

Vancouver teen completes two master’s at Columbia University

The National Post reported on Rachel Lin, a 19-year-old who graduated from Columbia University’s Teachers College with two master's degrees thanks to early preparation through UBC's University Transition Program. More

North Delta educator awarded UBC teaching award

The North Delta Reporter featured Bonnie Sutherland, an alumna of UBC’s Faculty of Education, who was honoured for her extensive positive impact around the world, from British Columbia to Africa. More

Discussing Netflix show ‘Dear White People’

Dr. Annette Henry, the David Lam Chair in Multicultural Education at UBC, was interviewed on Roundhouse Radio about the Netflix show “Dear White People." More

Rick Hansen donates glove to Canadian Museum of History

Rick Hansen, a UBC Kinesiology alumnus, is donating one of his Man In Motion World Tour gloves to the Canadian History Hall, Radio Canada reported. More

Gordon Matheson: ‘I really like fixing things that I believe are broken’

The Globe and Mail recently spoke with UBC Kinesiology alumnus and sports medicine expert Dr. Gordon Matheson. More