26-July-2016

In this newsletter:

  • Free Bowling Night – 29-July-2016
  • Positions with the Faculty
  • Retirement Reception for Fiona Walton
  • Hurrahs!

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FREE BOWLING NIGHT – 29-JULY-2016

The Faculty of Education would like to invite faculty, staff and international students to a free bowling night on Friday, 29-July-2016 from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm. at the Murphy’s Community Centre, 200 Richmond Street, Charlottetown.  If you are available to attend this event, please confirm your attendance to Christa by Wednesday (27-July-2016) to ensure we have enough lanes reserved.

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POSITIONS WITH THE FACULTY

The Faculty of Education currently has two eight-month term positions available with a focus on International Education and Global Citizenship.  You can find all the details here.

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RETIREMENT RECEPTION FOR FIONA WALTON

A Retirement Reception will be held for Fiona Walton on Friday, 26-Aug-2016, from 5:00pm to 7:00pm.  The event takes place at the home Fiona and Sandy at 344 MacMillan Point Road in West Covehead.

The reception is being catered by Simple Pleasures featuring chef Kurtis Ellis. Tickets are $31.

The Dean, Dr. Ron MacDonald, will sponsor tickets for faculty, staff and sessional instructors. Faculty, staff and sessional instructors can email Tess Miller to let us know you will be attending.  Other guests can RSVP by purchasing tickets on Eventbrite.

All guests must RSVP by noon on Friday, 05-Aug-2016.

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HURRAHS!

twitterBonnie Stewart – Dr. Bonnie Stewart has been named as the #1 academic Twitter account to follow by University Affairs!  You can read the entire article here.  Congratulations, Bonnie!!  (PS:  You can follow Bonnie on Twitter here!)

Sean Wiebe – Congratulations to Dr. Sean Wiebe on two published papers!  His paper “The Teacher as Silenced Superhero” was published by Learning Landscapes in their most recent issue, Artful Inquiry: Transforming Understanding Through Creative Engagement.  You can read the abstract here.  Dr. Wiebe also co-wrote the article “The School Bus Symposium: A Poetic Journey of Co-created Conference Space,” which was published in Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal.  You can find the journal here.  Congratulations, Sean!

 

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