Past Events

Rebecca Collie – Final Ph.D. Defence (HDLC)
Event Date: 02/04/2014

Title: Understanding Teacher Well-Being and Motivation: Measurement, Theory, and Change Over Time
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Melanie Nelson – Final M.A. Defence (SCPS)
Event Date: 02/02/2017

Title: Indigenous Parents of Students with Special Needs In Education: The Lived Experience
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Dr. Jen-Yi Li – SPED Inclusive Education Assistant Professor Candidate Presentations
Event Date: 02/01/2016

Dr. Li is a candidate for the Special Education Assistant Professor Tenure-track Position in Inclusive Education.
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Emily Koert – Final Ph.D. Defence (CNPS)
Event Date: 01/31/2014

Title: “When Time Runs Out: The Experience of Unintentional Childlessness for Women who Delayed Childbearing.”
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Rhonda Geres-Smith – Final M.A. Defence (SCPS)
Event Date: 01/30/2015

Title: Component Analysis of Self-Regulated Strategy Development: Effects of Self-Statements on Student Writing
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GSFE Well-Being Week
Event Date: 01/29/2016

Workshops, social events, and fitness classes are scheduled January 25 - 29, 2016 for Faculty of Education Graduate Students!
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Play Therapy: Theory and Techniques Colloquia
Event Date: 01/28/2014

Tuesday, January 28, 2014 4:30 – 6:30 pm in Library Block, Room 278
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ECPS Headship Presentations
Event Date: 01/27/2016

Drs. Klinger and Winne have been shortlisted for interviews for the next ECPS Department Head. Headship presentations will take place in January, 2016.
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Gestalt Therapy with Bea MacKay
Event Date: 01/27/2015

Back by popular demand! Join Bea MacKay as she demonstrates and provides experiential exercises on Gestalt Therapy.
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QMS Event: Future of Hypothesis Testing, p values?
Event Date: 01/26/2017

Thursday, January 26, 2017  |  11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 2125 Main Mall, Neville Scarfe Building (Library Block), Room 278 We will discuss the current practice and the future of hypothesis testing and specially p values. We will also have an opportunity to talk via Skype to one of the editors of BASP, Dr. David […]
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