- MEd Grad Tamara Mitchell credits her success to OISEWATCH VIDEO
- His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada presented this prestigious award to Prof. Glen Sharpe in recognition of his contributions to the community
- Mary Elizabeth Picher (MEd 2013 OISE) is the co-founder and educational director of Wholeplay, which offers parent-child classes that combine music, dance and play activities for babies, and child-rearing tips and insights for moms and dads.READ MORE >
- Dean Glen Jones and CAO Helen Huang with alumni and friends in Hong Kong
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- Three grads. Three success stories. One journey.
Post Doctoral Research Fellow at Simon Fraser UniversityDr. Cindy Holmes is an interdisciplinary health scholar examining the intersections between violence, social inequity, health and place. Her most recent study explored violence prevention and intervention strategies in lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, and transgender communities.
WITH OISE I CAN FOSTER STUDENT SUCCESSAfter dedicated and distinguished service to OISE, as a Sessional Lecturer, Supervisor of Student Services, and Director, Student Services and the School-University Partnership Office, Carrie Chassels is leaving OISE to take up a new position in BC. She is the new Executive Director, Student Affairs at Vancouver Island University (VIU).
OISE Alumnus, Dr. Pierre Piche wins the Ontario Graduate Policy Research Challenge Award from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. The Ontario Graduate Policy Research Challenge is designed to reward high-quality graduate student research that is relevant to postsecondary education, training and labour market policies in Ontario. His submission was entitled, "Institutional Diversity in Ontario's University Sector."
New President of the OISE Alumni AssociationAn international education industry professional, Dr. Jeff Myers brings to the OISE Alumni Association experience, passion and commitment to sustainable, meaningful and inspired community building.
Olympic archer Crispin Duenas, a teacher in the Toronto District School Board represented Canada at the 2015 Pan Am/ParaPan Am Games in Toronto He represented Canada at the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games in Beijing and London. In 2013, he won the bronze medal at the Outdoor World Championships, a feat that hadn't been done by a Canadian in the Olympic division in over 40 years.
OISE 50th Anniversary Series: The Honourable William Davis reminisces on OISE's launch.