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Research Roundup

July 02, 2015

Awards & Honours

Dr. Michelle Pidgeon received the Sheffield Award from CSSHE for the paper, "Relationships matter: Supporting Aboriginal graduate students in British Columbia, Canada". Authored by Michelle Pidgeon, Jo-ann Archibald, & Colleen Hawkey.

The Edward F. Sheffield Award was named in honour of Ted Sheffield, the first Professor of Higher Education in Canada (University of Toronto), and founding President of the CSSHE. The award recognizes the research article in the Canadian Journal of Higher Education deemed by the editors to be the best of the preceding year.

Dr. Susan O'Neill received the 2015 Golden Star Award.

Recently Published

The Wiley Handbook of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology: Methods, Approaches, and New Directions for Social Sciences

Edited by: Jeff Sugarman, Jack Martin and Kathleen L. Slaney

Presenting a comprehensive exploration of the wide range of methodological approaches utilized in the contemporary field of theoretical and philosophical psychology, chapters explore various philosophical and conceptual approaches, historical approaches, narrative approaches to the nature of human conduct, mixed-method studies of psychology and psychological inquiry, and various theoretical bases of contemporary psychotherapeutic practices.

Engaging Imagination and Developing Creativity in Education (2nd Edition)

Edited by: Kieran Egan, Gillian Judson and Krystina Madej

Since the first edition of this book, Imaginative Education (IE) has developed increasingly accessible strategies for teachers to routinely engage imagination in everyday practice. New essays for the second edition include discussions about increasing political consciousness, improving teacher education, and using mathematical evaluation in Part I, and phenomenological approaches to media education in Part II.

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