What I love the most above Werklund School of Education is the capacity of this scenario and its members to host multiple voices, sometimes quite different ones, within a very respectful and joyful atmosphere.
Monica Sesma-Vasquez - Postdoctoral Fellow
I have found the Werklund School of Education to be a diverse and systematic social space. Students, academic staff, and supporting staff from different cultural and social backgrounds are valuable members of a big family.
Dr. Michael Mu - Postdoctoral Fellow
Everyone I've worked with at the University of Calgary is pushing the boundaries of their understanding… passionate about what they do and eager to explore new directions, even when those directions challenge previously held beliefs.
Dr. Martina Metz - Postdoctoral Fellow
I have found the Werklund School of Education to be a very supportive environment, evidenced by a variety of initiatives, such as a faculty writing group, the reporting of achievements of colleagues during meetings and in electronic publications…
Dr. Jennifer Hall - Postdoctoral Fellow
Since my arrival to the University of Calgary I have been surprised by the diversity of educational options in Alberta and the way the Bachelor in Education Program of the Werklund School of education addresses such diversity.
Dr. Armando Preciado Babb
The University of Calgary is exactly what Canada is: Traditional and innovative, unique and diverse and huge and cozy at the same time.
Dr. Wilson Paiva
Something is definitely happening at this university. There is a sense of possibility everywhere on campus.
There is a strong research program in the Werklund School of Education on inquiry and I would like to continue to be involved in this area of research.
Patti Dyjur and Justina Law were recognized for their doctoral research by the Canadian Association for Teacher Education with dissertation awards at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education conference.
Prof argues issues around youth gender identities not well understood among professionals.
25 projects receive funding to conduct research into teaching and learning or develop teaching practices.
WSE alum Court Rustemeyer was recognized with the individual Environmental Achievement Award at the recent Calgary Awards for his commitment to the city's environment.