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The College of Social Sciences & Humanities Recognizes National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

A list of events from our faculties that honour this significant day.

Faculty find encouragement through new SSHRC application re-examination process

Initiative offers applicants assistance for revising unsuccessful proposals.

Helping kids find paths to success in math

Learning reasoning skills makes it easier for K-12 students to grasp concepts — and sets them up for success all the way into future careers, say education researchers.

Leading researchers recognized by Royal Society of Canada

Professors Ubaka Ogbogu (Law) and Lianne McTavish (Arts) among seven U of A standouts making an impact.

SSHRC grant supports research on transforming teacher education with Indigenous wisdom traditions

Education professor Dwayne Donald’s work is among the U of A projects selected for federal funding.

Giving K-12 students a head start on learning about Japanese Canadian history and culture

New resource directory helps teachers introduce their students to a community that forms a vital part of Canada’s cultural fabric.

Ukrainian scholar, Serhii Nadobko extends residency at Faculty of Law through SAR Ukraine Fellowship award

Funding assists with research on human rights and war crimes in Ukraine.

New research could help firefighters improve their plan of attack

Putting more firefighters on the front lines in the critical first hours could increase the odds of preventing moderate fires from burning out of control, says Alberta School of Business professor.

Welcoming Dr. Helen Vallianatos as Interim Associate Dean, Education

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Vallianatos to the college.

College Corner: Checking in with College General Managers

The College General Managers provide an update on progress and plans within the Colleges.

Students gain real-world experience giving free legal assistance to emerging businesses, non-profits

New course in entrepreneurial law and volunteering offers a chance to learn outside the classroom and get guidance from lawyers.

Poland gives Ukrainian study abroad program new life

Students explore Ukrainian culture and language through neighbouring country.

College Corner: Shaping the future together

In the first story of this new series, the college deans and vice-provosts build upon their collective vision for One University.

Two historians from Faculty of Arts named to the Order of Canada

Professors Sarah Carter and Beverly Lemire receive one of nation’s highest civilian honours.

Researcher aims to improve educational experiences for students with autism

Understanding and accepting neurodivergence may empower learners to thrive at school and in the community.