May 9: Celebrating OISE's 50th Anniversary
Video Series: Hear leaders share their thoughts on 50 years of impact at OISE. For more on the series, scroll down. Event info below.
May 9: 50th Anniversary Event with TVO Host Steve Paikin
Join us May 9 for a panel discussion led by TVO Host Steve Paikin. It's all part of the R.W.B. Jackson Lecture, dedicated this year to celebrating OISE's 50 years of impact.
The evening will also feature OISE experts Carol Campbell, Sherene Razack, Jean-Paul Restoule and Michael Skolnik in an important discussion.
- Carol Campbell, Leadership and Educational Change
- Sherene Razack, Critical Race, Gender and Citizenship Studies in Education
- Jean-Paul Restoule, Aboriginal Education
- Michael Skolnik, Higher Education Systems
Reception: 5 p.m. OISE library
Panel Discussion: 6:30 OISE auditorium
Can't make it in person? Join us via live stream.
We look forward to seeing you there!
A lot has happened since OISE began 50 years ago. How did those changes arise? Who made them happen, and why? And how is the institution making an impact today?
Find out in our video series above celebrating OISE's 50th anniversary.
Hear from OISE's founder and former Ontario Premier, the Honourable William G. Davis.
Learn about how Dr. Dorothy Smith and her colleagues fought for the rights of female teachers - and won.
And, find out why OISE's Dr. Kathleen Gallagher said, "this is where I had to be".
Celebrate 50 years of impact at OISE by checking out these videos in the playlist above.
- Video - 50th Anniversary: Giving thanks for 50 Years of Impact
- #MyOISE photo contest: Celebrate the 50th with your best OISE shots!
- Did you know? 10 OISE facts to celebrate 50 years of impact