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  • MARGARET MCCAIN  A CHAMPION FOR CHILDREN The Hon. Margaret McCain likes people to call her Margie, but thousands of Canadians call the former Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick something else — a dedicated champion for early childhood development in Canada. READ MORE >
  • WITH OISE WE CAN NURTURE CREATIVITY AND INTELLIGENCE To make the juggling act easier for parents, education experts and OISE alumnae Dona Matthews and Joanne Foster recently published Beyond Intelligence: Secrets for Raising Happily Productive Kids. READ MORE >
  • WITH OISE I CAN STRENGTHEN COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS OISE Alumna, Ashley Yoannou is the new Chair of the OISE Mentorship Program. She looks forward to building a vibrant alumni and student network. READ MORE >
  • WITH OISE I CAN FOSTER STUDENT SUCCESS Congrats to Alumna, Dr. Carrie Chassels on her appointment as the new Executive Director, Student Affairs at Vancouver Island University.

  • OISE's New Direction Education faculty to more than double the size of its graduate programs in teacher ed, eliminate BEd | U of T Magazine
  • WITH OISE I AM AN EDUCATION LEADER Prof. Karen Mundy, OISE Alumna and Associate Dean of Research, International and Innovation has been appointed Chief Technical Officer at the Global Partnership for Education in Washington. READ MORE >
  • OISE ALUMNI & FRIENDS HONOURED Alumni Ambassador, Dr. Karen Edge to receive the University of Toronto Arbor Award. Her commitment and dedicated support has been instrumental in building and strengthening a dynamic alumni network in London, UK.

  • OISE ALUMNI & FRIENDS HONOURED Congrats to Silvia Birsan on being selected as the recipient of the prestigious Arbor Award. Her loyalty, dedication and service to the OISE Alumni Association is an inspiration to OISE students and alumni. READ MORE >
  • OISE ALUMNI & FRIENDS HONOURED The University of Toronto's Arbor Awards celebrate Dr. Kirk Perris for his outstanding service and many contributions as an exceptional OISE alumni volunteer.

  • OISE ALUMNI MAKE A DIFFERENCE Congratulations to Jeff Myers on being elected as the new President of the OISE Alumni Association.

  • WITH OISE I CAN INSPIRE SUCCESS OISE Alumnus, Dr. Michael Salvatori, CEO and Registrar of the Ontario College of Teachers addresses the Class of 2014 at OISE Convocation. He looks ahead to what the promise, the present, and the future hold for teaching and learning in Ontario. Read More >


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    Cindy Holmes, MA '00
    Post Doctoral Research Fellow at Simon Fraser University
    Dr. 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.
    August 06, 2014
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    Scott Podrebarac, MEd '99
    Appointed as the new Superintendent of Education
    Scott Podrebarac joins the senior administrative team at the Halton District School Board as their newest Superintendent of Education. He is currently the principal of Clemens Mills Public School in the Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB). Prior to this, Scott had system responsibilities for the full-day Kindergarten program, and had previously been principal at Southridge and Parkway Public Schools in WRDSB.
    August 06, 2014
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    Jean-Paul Restoule, PhD '04
    Adding Aboriginal Perspectives in the Classroom
    Jean-­Paul Restoule, associate professor of Aboriginal Education and program coordinator of Adult Education and Community Development in the Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education, is looking for ways to include contemporary indigenous perspectives into the classrooms of today.
    August 06, 2014


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OISE Alumni are invited to review and provide their feedback on the proposed changes to the OISE Alumni Association Constitution. Please visit the proposed changes page for more information.