Funded Internship Oppoutunity at CEETUM in Montreal!
Doctoral and Postdoctoral Funded Internship Opportunity at CEETUM in Montreal
Under current arrangements between the Centre for Ethnic Studies at Montreal Universities (CEETUM) and the Centre for Urban Schooling (CUS), CEETUM offers an internship for a doctoral or postdoctoral student connected to CUS to do a three month internship at CEETUM in Montreal. The internship will be awarded to a student whose research focuses on the themes of the Education and Ethnic Relations group within CEETUM: 1) Change in the education system, and 2) Curriculum and diversity.....more
Une bourse pour une stage doctorat/postdoctorat à CEETUM (Montréal)
Selon les arrangements actuelles entre le Centre d'études ethniques des universités montréalaises (CEETUM) et le Centre de la scolarité Urbaine (CUS), CEETUM offre une bourse pour un étudiant doctorat ou postdoctorat lié à au CUS pour faire une stage de trois mois à CEETUM à Montréal. Le stage sera attribut a un/e etudiant/e dont les recherchés portent sur les thèmes du groupe de l’education et les rapports ethniques au sein de CEETUM: 1) les changements dans le système éducatif, et 2) le curriculum et la diversite....more
The Miyumi Saski Education Fund Academic Year 2012-2013
Miyumi Sasaki was an ardent advocate for social justice and equity in education and in the larger community. She taught in inner-city Toronto schools for many years, and in the three years before her untimely death in March of 2007, she was the course director of a highly acclaimed urban teacher education program located in Regent Park. She is deeply missed by her family and many friends and colleagues. In memory of her devotion to education , a scholarship fund has been created in her name, dedicated to student teachers who plan to make their own contribution to urban education.
Eligibility for the Scholarship Fund...more
THE WILLIAM WATERS SCHOLARSHIPS IN URBAN EDUCATION
OISE is offering four scholarships to promote
excellence in teaching in the urban classroom. The
successful candidates will be experienced teachers
entering a full-time Master’s program with an interest
in questions of social justice and school success for
students from economically disadvantaged
neighborhoods attending underperforming schools.
In addition to the requirements set out by the graduate
program, the successful scholarship recipients will be
invited to join the Centre for Urban Schooling and
participate in the wide variety of activities related to
research, professional development, advocacy and
teacher education promoted by the Centre over the
course of the year. more....
Application Deadline: January 18, 2013.