Sounding the Alarm: An Exploration of Professionalization within the Ontario Fire Service
Dental Hygiene Curriculum and Core Competency Development: A Case Study of One Ontario College Program
Exploratory descriptive study of New Recruit Police Officer Training for Dealing with High Risk, Low Frequency Events
Using Bourdieu’s Theory of Practice to Investigate the Experiences of Ontario College Graduates from Three Former Soviet Republics
Underdeveloped Skills and the Rise of the Skills Gap: Perceptions of Public Relations Undergraduate Students vs Employer Expectations
Implementing the Canadian National Standard for Mental Health and Well-Being for Post Secondary Students in a Sample of Ontario Colleges
Business as Unusual: Role of Ontario’s Graduate Certificate Programs in our Transition System
Developing and Supporting the Dual Professionalism of Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT) Faculty Members
Who Decides and Why It Matters: Institutions, Differentiation and Northern Rural Higher Education
Research Ethics in the Ontario College Sector: An Exploratory Descriptive Study of Governance and Administrative Frameworks
Research Into Implicit Bias in Police Recruits and Their Instructors at the RCMP - When Things Do Not Go According to Plan
Implementation of Outcomes-Based Education in an Interdisciplinary Design Course and Curriculum: An Action Research Study
The Community College Leadership Symposium is being organised by Professor Leesa Wheelahan, the current William G. Davis Chair, and team of graduate assistants who are working within the Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education (CIHE), led by Professor Glen Jones.
Please join us in celebrating the work and achievements of graduates and current students from the Community College Leadership doctoral cohort.