In this section you will find both information on how to become a member of CASWE as well as a showcase of our current members’ work. If you have any membership-related questions or comments, please contact Sarah Bonsor Kurki, Director of Membership. If you would like your work and/or achievements showcased, please contact Tieja Thomas, Director of Communication.
In order to become a member of CASWE, individuals must also be members of our parent society, the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (http://www.csse-scee.ca/membership/) Membership in CSSE has many benefits including an annual conference, professional networking, representation to several national groups with direct access to decision makers, and a subscription to the leading … Continue reading Become a Member
As a way to highlight and celebrate the achievements of our CASWE/L’ACEFE members, we have been profiling various CASWE and QSEC members including their scholarship, committee or community work, awards or publications. Our members are doing great work across the country so if you would like to be profiled or know someone worthy of our … Continue reading Member Profiles
Dr. Tieja Thomas, Concordia University CASWE_2015_Workshop.compressed Dr. Mindy Carter & Dr. Lisa Starr, McGill University CASWE Institute presentation-Gender, identity, leadership and arts intersections- Understanding the experiences of female Canadian leaders across Faculties of Education CSSE 2015 Brittany Jakubiec (slides for CASWE website) May 2015