Education Graduate Student Research Symposium
The Education Graduate Student Research Symposium aims to promote the research and scholarly activities of graduate students in the Faculty of Education, allowing students to present and discuss their work in a supportive academic forum. The symposium is open to all students enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program at a Canadian university, as well as students who graduated this past calendar year (2022).
“The Symposium provides a supportive venue for graduate students to share their research and for all who attend to participate in important conversations about educational issues and questions relevant to our city, province, nation, and world.”
The 2023 Symposium theme is Systems That Shape Us: (Re)considering Education, Teaching, and Research. Presenters were asked to (re)consider the systems where they work, study, and live and how those systems shape you and your practice as an educator, student, administrator, policy maker, parent.
The symposium will feature 5 sessions presented over two days on topics such as Disability & Education; Holistic Systems; Truth & Reconciliation; STEM, Gender & Sexuality; Multiculturalism & Allyship, among others.
The symposium will have Dr. Farra Yasin as keynote speaker, Dr. Yasin will share their experiences of being a graduate student and their journey to live philosophically. Farra is an Instructor at the Faculty of Education, and early career academic who recently completed a post-doctoral fellowship from York University on Policy Enactment in Ontario Schools: Mapping the Discourses of Inequity.
24th Education Graduate Student Research Symposium
Date: February 23 – 25, 2023
Location: Virtually via Zoom. Please register HERE
Registration to attend the symposium is required. All attendees must register with their institutional email.
Note: University of Manitoba students can attend the Thursday, February 23rd programming fully in-person!
Visit EdGSA website for more details and information on the 24th Education Graduate Student Research Symposium