Professor & Director of the Centre for Cross-Faculty Inquiry in Education
Room: SC 309F, Phone: 604-822-6502
Dr. Chalmers’ research interests focus on the socio-cultural foundations of art education. Current projects include the implementation of multicultural and anti-racist arts education programs and a new teacher education cohort focusing on diversity.
Sessional Lecturer, EDST, Adult Education
Email: email@example.com, Phone: 604-729-4217
Research and teaching interests: ecological, social, and economic sustainability education, adult learning in social movements, adult education theory and practice. Erin is also freelance educator and owner of Arbutus Adult Education.
Room: Scarfe 305D , Phone: 604 822-6439, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Fels is the Off-campus Program and Student Advisor and Co-ordinating Editor of Educational Insights in CCFI. Her research interests are in performative inquiry, writing, teacher education, and curriculum. Central to her work are issues of empowerment, engagement, and the explorative spaces that emerge through performance.
Room: SC2304, Phone: 604-822-9218, Email: email@example.com
Dr. Hubball’s research and practice focus on issues of curriculum and pedagogy in university and physical education contexts. Dr. Hubball teaches undergraduates, graduate students and pre-service teachers in courses such as: Physical Education; Health Promotion; Outdoor Environmental Education; and Improvement of College and University Teaching.
Room: SC2118, Phone: 604-822-5318, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Krug’s research interests include pedagogy, multimedia, and information and educational technologies; critical inquiry, curriculum integration and interdisciplinarity, and communication theory and practice; and social, cultural, and ecological studies in education and the arts. See Art & Ecology website at greenmuseum.com.
Associate Professor and Director, Ts’`kel.
Room: Ponderosa Annex G, Room 27, Phone: (604)822-6627 , Email: email@example.com
Dr. Marker’s research interests include indigenous issues in higher education; indigenous epistemologies and political contexts; culturally responsive pedagogy; coast salish education; place based knowledge and narrative; anthropology and indigenous peoples, international indigenous education; historical interpretation and aboriginal education.
Room: SC2214, Phone: 604-822-5293, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Mayer-Smith’s research interests include educational technology, collaboration, staff development, teacher education, constructivism and the classroom, science education, post-secondary teaching and learning, and environmental education.
Room: SC2117, Phone: 604-822-5332, Email: email@example.com
Dr. Morton teaches a variety of required courses in the UBC Faculty of Education teacher-education program, including courses in communication skills for teachers, elementary music methods, and social issues in education.
Stephen Petrina (http://cust.educ.ubc.ca/faculty/petrina.html)
Room SC2120, Phone: 604-822-5293, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Petrina has interests in cultural and new media studies, science and technology studies, ecodesign, craft, communication, cognition, and critical pedagogy.
Room: SC2231, Phone: 604-822-4808, Fax: 604-822-4714, E-mail: email@example.com
Dr. Peterat’s research interests include food, textiles, and family studies, curriculum theories, action research, and intergenerational learning.
Room: Ponderosa Annex G, Room 18, Phone: (604) 822-2085, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Vokey’s research agenda has been to formulate an account of the nature and justification of moral beliefs that would form one component of a defensible conceptual framework for educational programs that promote commitment to particular moral values. Such programs include initiatives in character, citizenship, environmental, holistic, multicultural, anti-racisist, and transformative education.
Centre Administrator Members:
Executive Director of the School Leadership Centre, UBC
Research interests: Ecological consciousness raising, EE in its many forms.
First Nations House of Learning
Research interests: Aboriginal knowledge and environment
postdoctoral scholar members:
Lee Brown (CUST)
Research interests: Emotions and education, aboriginal education
Marcia McKenzie (EDST)
Research interests: Social justice, environmental, and outdoor education; teacher education; globalization; cultural studies; qualitative research; and epistemological and ethical issues.
current and alumni student members:
Graduate Student Members:
Luanne Armstrong (CCFI)
Research interests: Narrative, autobiography, memoir
Oksana Bartosh (CUST)
Research interests: Environmental education, curriculum integration, assessment
Erin Crisfield (EDST)
Research interests: education for ecological, economic and social sustainability; adult learning in social movements; adult education theory and practice.
Bruce Ford (CUST)
Research interests: Sustainability education in urban places
Jacqui Gingras (CCFI)
Research interests: Education, identity and socialization of “nutrition experts”
Martin Guhn (EPSE)
Research interests: Children’s development of social-emotional skills
Catherine Hall (CCFI)
Research interests: Secondary environmental education programs
Brandy Humes (EDST)
Research interests: Environmental education, anti-oppressive education
Nané Jordan (CCFI)
Research interests: Ecofeminism, embodied education
Jackie Kennelly (EDST)
Research interests: sociology of youth; youth activist communities; educating for citizenship and democracy; social movement theory
Shin Komori (EDST)
Research interests: Ecological-holistic education, sustainability education, outdoor education, eastern perspectives
Ida Koric (EDUC)
Research interests: Integrating environmental studies into secondary education
Liz Krieg (EDST)
Research interests: Environmental education
Erica Mohan (EDST)
Research interests: Etnic relations, anti-racism, and multiculturalism
Deb Phillips (CUST)
Research interests: Art education
Barbara Radford (CCFI)
Research interests: Environmental education as living inquiry, ways of knowing through gardening
Jessica Richmond (EDST)
Research interests: Environmental and outdoor adventure education
Larson Rogers (CUST)
Research interests: Ethics/politics of science education
Sandra Scott (CUST)
Research interests: Children’s environmental knowing
Mathabo Tsepa (CUST)
Research interests: Indigenous environmental knowing, food security, hunger, access to safe water
Darren West (CUST)
Research interests: Outdoor education, linking sports with the environment
Karen Zucchiatti (EDST)
Research interests: Social justice, queer education, outdoor education