Waves of Compassion a community service project
Looking for volunteers to help with clean up, painting, and other assorted duties at 4 local schools.
There are 2 dates, May 25 and 26.
Go to the website and sign up to help!
Information Sessions & Workshops
Building Better Consent
A one-hour information session providing students with the building blocks required when designing consent forms and the overall consent process.
March 12 at noon – Rosaria 303a
March 22 at noon – Evaristus 414
March 27 at 1pm – Rosaria 404
April 4 at 1pm – Rosaria 404
April 9 at 6pm – Evaristus 401
May 7 at noon – Evaristus 414
May 8 at 6pm – Evaristus 316
Girls 2013: An Equal Voice in Leadership
Mini-conference for university women and High School girls
Wednesday March 6, 2013 from 10 AM to 2 PM.
Rosaria Student Centre, Mount Saint Vincent University
ou are invited to attend a public talk…
This is how we picture it:
Exploring youth civic engagement through multi-media arts
Speaker: Dr. Tanya Brann-Barrett
Friday November 16, 2012
Talk and reception from 7:30pm – 9:00pm
The Faculty of Education Invites you to attend a public talk on
FILM, FICTION & TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING
With Professor Christine Jarvis
Monday, September 24th, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
New Doctoral Students
July 14, 2011
We are pleased to announce that 4 of our recent graduates from the GSLL program have begun their doctoral studies in the inaugural class of the inter-university Doctoral program in Educational Studies.
Congratulations and best wishes to:
Catherine Baillie Abidi. Her supervisor is Dr. Beth Lange, Adult Education, St FX. Catherine’s research topic is: Humanitarian Education & Active Citizenship.
Erin Careless. Her supervisor is Dr. Patti Gouthro, GSLL, MSVU. Erin’s research will focus on: How Women Create Balance and Foster Citizenship through Lifelong Learning Pathways.
Scott MacPhail. His supervisor is Dr. Dononvan Plumb, GSLL, MSVU. Scott’s research topic is: What are the impacts of neoliberal generated lifelong learning discourses, generated since the 1970s, having on social class structure?
Késa Munroe-Anderson. Her supervisor is Dr. Susie Brigham, GSLL, MSVU. Késa will focus her research on: Spirituality in Education for African Nova Scotian Learners.
These 4 students join 10 other doctoral students whose ‘home’ institutions are MSVU, St. FX and Acadia. The students are taking 2 courses on the MSVU campus in July: Foundations of Educational Inquiry (Instructor: Dr. Jim Greenlaw) and Methodological Perspectives on Educational Research (Instructor: Dr. Susie Brigham [with input from Sue McGregor]). For more information about this program please go to: http://www.educationphd.ns.ca/
Two M.AEd students successfully defended their theses in June, 2011
July 14, 2011
Gwen MacPherson - Examining an Orientation Program for International Medical Graduates Through the Lens of Critical Theory
June 22, 2011
Supervisor: Dr. Patricia Gouthro
Erin Careless- Dueling Clocks: How Women Academics Balance Childcare and the Road to Tenure
June 23, 2011
Supervisor: Dr. Patricia Gouthro
Congratulations to Spring 2011 GSLL Graduates!May 21, 2011
Faculty and Staff of the GSLL Program offer hearty congratulations to the students graduating with their Studies in Lifelong Learning masters degrees on Thursday, May 19th.
Laurie Allain, MEd
Wendy Bryan, MEd
Sandra Currie Sampson, MEd
Janice Gallant, MEd
Karen Gatien, MEd (also received the Senate Medal of Distinction)
Margaret Hopkins (MEd)
Alice Howard (MEd)
Audrey Mapplebeck (MEd)
Catherine Pieroway (MEd)
Dannie Steeves (MAEd)
Ian Watts (MAEd)
Dan Steeves and Ian Watts Successfully Defend Theses
April 30, 2011
Dannie Steeves and Ian Watts both successfully defended their GSLL MA Theses. Copies of their Masters theses can be accessed at the Mount Library. Congratulations to both men on their accomplishments!
Graduate Studies in Lifelong Learning Launches New WebsiteDecember 16, 2010
The Mount's Graduate Studies in Lifelong Learning Program is pleased to announce the launch of its newly refurbished website that includes better information about our program, links to photos and announcements, and a link to our newly launched MSVU GSLL Facebook Page
. Dr. Donovan Plumb explains that the new look is just the first step in a long term plan to make the website more informative and engaging. The program is currently working on improving pages for current students that will offer better access to GSLL activities and services. Let us know what you think of our new pages by email at msvu.ca
Visit GSLL on Facebook!December 16, 2010
For up-to-date information on the Graduate Studies in Lifelong Learning programs, visit us on Facebook. Make us a friend, comment on a post, or share a resource.