Welcome Education Alumni!
Take full advantage of your Alumni Privileges.

This online space was created just for you and other education alumni from York University’s Faculty of Education. It is a space that will allow you to build your profile, search for other alumni with the same teaching expertise, and share your experiences. This site is an opportunity for you to reach out to other Faculty of Education graduates, to share resources, to form networks, and more. Welcome to Your Community!

Please note: It is advisable to sign up for the site with a non-school board email address or to check your Junk Mail for the registration confirmation email. If you DO NOT receive a confirmation email, you can still sign back into the site and complete your profile.Update your profile for a chance to be entered into a draw for a free AQ!

Keep up with what’s happening at York University’s Faculty of Education! There are many opportunities to take AQs, apply to graduate programs, and attend Faculty of Education events.

Many diverse education employment opportunities exist for newly graduated and experienced teachers. Explore the ongoing possibilities for full-time, part-time and additional employment. Keep checking back in to see what’s new!


Research and Teaching Celebration 2016/2017 @ 519 Kaneff
Jun 2 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Please join us on Friday, June 2, 2017 at 1:30 PM for the Faculty of Education’s Research and Teaching Celebration! Come hear colleagues and students speak about their research and teaching, peruse recent publications, and celebrate winners of the Dean’s Research Impact Award, the Faculty’s Undergraduate Teaching Award, the Faculty of Graduate Studies’ Teaching Award, and the President’s Teaching Award.

Hope to see you there!


Public Lecture by Dr. Aparna Mishra Tarc - "Pedagogy and the perverse in Toni Morrison's God Help the Child" @ 519 Kaneff
Jun 5 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

"Pedagogy and the perverse in Toni Morrison's God Help the Child"

Dr. Mishra Tarc's public lecture is  part of the Summer Institute in Sexuality Studies hosted by The Centre for Feminist Research at York University.

SISS schedule poster, June 5-9, 2017

WAREHOUSED: The forgotten refugees of Dadaab - film screening @ Nat Taylor Cinema, York University
Jun 20 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

About The Screeening

In honor of World Refugee Day on June 20th, 2017 we will be hosting a free screening of the documentary film Warehoused. This film explores the plight of refugees through the stories of those in Dadaab, Kenya — one of the largest refugee camps in the world.

The screening will be held in the Nat Taylor Cinema from 11:30 to 1:00 with a panel discussion following the film. The event is being co-sponsored by the Faculty of Education and the Centre for Refugee Studies at York University.

About The Film

Over 60 million people worldwide are identified as refugees: displaced and without shelter, adequate nourishment, health care, or an opportunity to cultivate a sustaining livelihood. The feature-length documentary, “Warehoused”, gives an intimate look at the plight long-term refugees face worldwide. The term “warehoused” refers to people who have been restricted to camps or segregated settlements for over five years. These refugees are deemed unfit to reside in regular society. Either for their protection or because there is no other place for them, these people are stocked away, confined to these institutions to be dealt with at a later date.

Warehoused looks at this global phenomenon by exploring life in Dadaab, Kenya, one of the largest refugee camps in the world. We see the camp’s inner workings through one man's journey to do everything in his power to provide for his family. His resilience through desolation gives us a clear picture of the harsh realities of resettlement and the hope each refugee desperately holds onto. However, this film and the characters in it are not unique; they rather magnify the much larger problems that long-term refugees have faced for centuries.

Historically, refugees have been powerless to fix their situation, and today is no different. With over 12 million people living in refugee camps worldwide, only 0.1% of those each year are resettled, repatriated, or integrated into normal society. Many spend their entire lives in the camps, dreaming decade after decade for stable resettlement. While there are groups and organizations that are constantly working to provide help and resources for refugees, these are only temporary fixes to historical and global crises.

While these camps seem helpful in the short-term, warehousing or stocking away people with little chance of resettlement merely puts a bandage on the problem. Every refugee throughout history and across the globe has the common goal of finding a place to call their own. Family, love, and hope have kept them pressing on through homesickness, heartache, hunger, and fear. “Warehoused” tells the story of these courageous asylum seekers and accentuates how vital the role that nations and organizations have in the lives of millions of people who are simply in search of home.


See all events

Third Party Sites
The Site may contain links to third party websites. These links are provided solely as convenience to you. York University is not responsible for the content of any third party website and does not endorse the information contained therein or guarantee its quality, accuracy, reliability, completeness, currency, timeliness, non-infringement, merchantability or fitness for any purpose.