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Inclusive Education Student Research Awards

April 01, 2012

The Centre for Inclusive Education awards graduate students enrolled in the Faculty of Education who will be completing a thesis on a topic related to the inclusive education of students with special needs. This year, the Centre is pleased to announce three winners of the 2012 Centre for Inclusive Education Research Award. The winners will receive their certificates at the Awards ceremony following convocation on June 15th.

  • Mark Castrodale is PhD student in his second year. His research is titled "Investigating the disability policy-practice gap in higher education: Incorporating the views and knowledge of students with disabilities.
  • Colette Despagne is a PhD student in her second year. Her research concerns "Autonomous English as a foreign language (EFL) learning in Mexico: Indigenous students' voices."
  • Kathryn Hansen is a student in the MEd program, and her research project is entitled "College instructors' preparedness to teach students with learning disabilities."

Congratulations to all the award winners!

The Centre for Inclusive Education also announces that applications may be submitted for the Jessica Jean Campbell Coulson Award. The application deadline is April 16, 2912.

For more information and to submit an application, please visit the Center for Inclusive Education's website at, and click on the top link in the "Headline News" box.

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