Media Coverage

The Faculty of Education in the media.

UBC Library has first known account of B.C. by English woman

CKNW interviewed Dr. Jean Barman, a professor emeritus in UBC’s department of educational studies, about a book acquired by UBC Rare Books and Special Collections. More


UBC Library acquires first known account of British Columbia by an English woman

Professor emerita Jean Barman comments on UBC's acquisition of a handwritten journal that is the earliest known account of British Columbia by an English woman. More


B.C. pledges education action – for the good of democracy, Canada should follow suit

The Conversation published an op-ed by Dr. Michelle Stack, a professor in UBC’s department of education studies, about government action on education. More


New BC government will face challenges managing expectations

The Vancouver Sun published an op-ed by Dr. Charles Ungerleider, a UBC professor emeritus of educational studies, about the provincial government’s need to manage expectations. More


Ready to go expat?

Inside Higher Education quoted Dr. Jason Ellis, a UBC professor of educational studies, about the Canada 150 Research Chairs program. More


The Lost Art of Play: Crossing cultures to build connections

Dr. Guofang Li, a professor in UBC’s language and literacy education department, spoke to CBC about how children adapt to new cultures. More


Three KIN Alumni to Compete at Track and Field World Championships

Three KIN alumni Thunderbirds have been chosen to represent Canada at the upcoming IAAF World Championships, taking place August 4 - 13, 2017 in London, England. More


New BC Premier

Several UBC experts, including Dr. Jason Ellis (EDST) were quoted in a story by News 1130 after John Horgan officially became the new premier of BC. More


UBC KIN Alumus Clare Drake elected to Hockey Hall of Fame

NHL.com reflects on the career of UBC Kinesiology alumus Clare Drake (BPE'51), who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on June 26, 2017. More


Programs that teach emotional intelligence in schools have lasting impact

UBC Public Affairs spoke with Faculty of Education alumna Eva Oberle, PhD’13, an assistant professor at UBC’s Human Early Learning Partnership, about social and emotional learning and the lasting benefits for children. More