Articles tagged with: Alumni

  • Education grad celebrated for leadership in Ontario schools

    For 24 years Manny Figueiredo (MEd ’01) has made significant contributions to publicly-funded education in Ontario.

    The Faculty of Education graduate was celebrated for his leadership and achievements during Brock’s Homecoming festivities. Figueiredo received the Faculty of Education Distinguished Graduate Award at the Alumni Recognition Reception on Sept. 21.Read more

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  • Brock helps alumnus along unconventional learning path

    As a teenager, Joel Ward (MEd ’02) hated school.

    His life at the time was rocky. He was expelled from high school and ran away from home at 16.

    Ward’s relationship with education began a far cry from where it is today, as he starts his retirement after a successful career as an educator and senior administrator in the post-secondary stream.Read more

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  • Education grad sets sights on opening school in Namibia

    Growing up in Namibia’s rural Ohangwena region, Lydia Lungameni dreamed of becoming a teacher.

    But with racial divides preventing all children from having the same education, she also dreamed of change.

    Lungameni received her Master of Education during Brock’s Fall Convocation on Friday, Oct. 12. While she was filled with pride as she crossed the stage to mark her achievement, her focus had already shifted to her next goal: helping to decolonize Namibian education.

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  • Fall Convocation 2018

    Congratulations to our newest graduates and alumni!

    Today the Faculty of Education has 152 new alumni, from our two most recent PhDs to our certificate programs in Adult Education.

    We are very proud of each graduate. They, their family and friends have invested significantly in their success. They have worked diligently in their studies, their practicums and their research. Some, such as Spirit of Brock medal winner Nigel Crosscombe, were recognized with awards. Many have overcome significant hurdles – caring for family members, working full and part-time, or being away from family and friends in their home country and community.

    Graduating from our programs does not mean our relationship ends. It is only one step in a life-long partnership. We look forward to learning about our graduates successes – as teachers and administrators, as scholars and as community leaders. We look forward to welcoming some back into our masters and doctorate programs. And, we look forward to celebrating your achievements.

    To our newest alumni, we wish you all the best as you take your next steps.

    Meet some of our new alumni





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