Media Coverage

The Faculty of Education in the media.

Afghanistan veterans find healing in their creative sides
Tue Nov 10 2015

A 162-panel mural commemorating Canadian veterans killed in Afghanistan is part of an art therapy project run by the Veterans Transition Network. More


Canada House unveils monumental art projects from veterans
Tue Nov 10 2015

Canada House in London is attracting viewers with two art projects from Canadian veterans. More


UBC congratulates its alumnus Justin Trudeau
Wed Nov 04 2015

Justin Trudeau is the first UBC Faculty of Education graduate to be elected prime minister. More


Canadian black scholars deserve more attention
Tue Nov 10 2015

Dr. Annette Henry, a UBC professor in the Department of Language and Literacy Education, says Canadian black scholars have been overlooked for far too long. More


UBC boasts three grads who have held Canada’s top office
Wed Nov 04 2015

Education alumnus Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is one of three UBC grads to have held Canada's top office. More


Investigation: The Unremembered
Tue Nov 03 2015

The plight of Canadian soldiers and veterans who killed themselves after they returned from war is the focus of a new Globe and Mail article. More


‘Racist’ Halloween costumes should be pulled from shelves
Tue Oct 27 2015

People should be aware that certain costumes could be cultural appropriations and borderline racist, says UBC education professor Mona Gleason. More


Play details guilt of veterans
Fri Oct 30 2015

The play Contact! Unload highlights the challenges faced by soldiers returning to normal life after combat duty. More


What’s too sexy for a costume or too old for trick-or-treating?
Fri Oct 30 2015

UBC education professor Mona Gleason urges caution in picking out Halloween costumes for children. More


‘Racist’ Halloween costumes should be pulled from shelves
Tue Oct 27 2015

UBC education professor Mona Gleason advises that certain costumes could be cultural appropriations and borderline racist. More