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Kimberly Hillier helps her daughter log on to classes.Kimberly Hillier, a teacher with the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board and instructor in the Faculty of Education, helps her daughter log on to classes in the morning before beginning her day of teaching online.

Windsor teachers share experience of juggling work life, academic life and parenthood in pandemic

Salsabel Almanssori and Kimberly Hillier have written about how COVID-19 has affected the balance of their roles of mother, academic, and educator.

a microphoneThe Graduate Education Research Conference is accepting proposals from grad students in any discipline on the theme “The Changing Face of Education.”

Conference to explore grad research in education

The Graduate Education Research Conference is accepting proposals from grad students in any discipline on the theme “The Changing Face of Education.”

Luc Quenneville, Scott Thorpe, and Jen Almeida accept certificates from president Robert Gordon.The Print Shop team received a service excellence award in January 2020. From left: Luc Quenneville, Scott Thorpe, and Jen Almeida accept certificates from president Robert Gordon.

Faculty and staff invited to join online celebration of Employee Recognition Awards

The campus community is invited to a virtual presentation of the Employee Recognition Awards on Feb. 25.

Tony's New Friend, cover illustration by Amanda BarkleyKaren De Santis, a sessional advisor to teacher candidates in the Faculty of Education, has published a children’s book promoting intergenerational connection. (Cover illustration by Amanda Barkley)

Children’s book promotes connections between generations

Karen De Santis has published a children’s book promoting intergenerational connection.
Screen of children singing "Silent Night"“Jingle All the Way: a virtual holiday concert” will feature performances by children to spread some seasonal cheer.

Student mounts online children’s concert

Education major Hope Forman has produced a virtual concert of holiday favourites sung by children.