Media Coverage

The Faculty of Education in the media.

Furry Therapists Bring Students Stress Relief

The Globe and Mail interviewed Faculty of Education Professor John-Tyler Binfet about the Building Academic Retention Through K9’s (B.A.R.K.) program at the school’s Okanagan campus. More

Teacher Supply Goes from Glut to Scarcity in a Few Short Years

University Affairs interviewed Marianne McTavish, about the B.C. government’s funding to create new teacher education spaces. More

Jo-ann Archibald Receives Order of Canada for Helping Advance Indigenous Education in Schools

UBC professor emeritus Jo-ann Archibald has been appointed officer of the Order of Canada for her substantial work in Indigenous education. More

Gloria Macarenko, Darren Entwistle, and Jo-ann Archibald among British Columbians Appointed to Order of Canada

Jo-ann Archibald Q'um Q'um Xiiem, a professor emeritus of educational studies UBC's faculty of education, was named an officer of the Order of Canada. More

How Exercise can Help Relieve Holiday Stress

UBC Assistant Professor of Kinesiology Eli Puterman explains how your body deals with stress and how exercise can help combat that. More

Use your learning to work toward a more equitable world

Dr. Bonny Norton, LLED, was interviewed by Maclean’s Magazine for their 2019 University Rankings issue. The topic was advice for first year students. More

Reconciliation alive and thriving at UBC’s teacher graduation ceremony

The University of British Columbia is preparing new teachers well to infuse their teaching with Indigenous culture and ways. More

Amber Moore, 2018 Killam Doctoral Scholar

Amber Moore is a recipient of the 2018 Killam Doctoral Scholarship. Watch her video here! More

UBC’s Physics Teacher Training Gives Science Enthusiasts the Tools to Inspire Young Learners

Teacher candidate Natasha Philibert-Palmer hopes to encourage more girls and Indigenous students to discover the joy of science. More

UBC Faculty of Education Nurtures Cultural Identity of Indigenous Students Seeking to Become Teachers

Many British Columbians don’t realize that there are more than 70,000 Indigenous students in the province's K-12 public-school system. More