Congratulations to Andrew Kretz on successfully defending his PhD dissertation!

On Wednesday April 15, 2015  team member Andrew Kretz successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled “Exploring the effects of postsecondary experiences on STEM majors’ attitude towards entrepreneurship.” This thesis was supervised by Creso Sá. The team is very proud of Andrew’s achievement and wishes him the best of luck in his future endeavours!

 

Creso announced as recipient of the 2015 CSSHE Research & Scholarship Award

cssheThe Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education (CSSHE) has announced that Creso Sá will be this year’s recipient of the Research & Scholarship Award.

This award recognizes a practicing scholar on achievements and contributions to the scholarship on Canadian postsecondary education. The award will be officially conferred at the 2015 CSSHE Annual Conference taking place May 31 – June 2, in Ottawa.

New Book Out: The Entrepreneurship Movement and the University, by Creso Sá and Andrew Kretz

In their newly released book, “The Entrepreneurship Movement and the University,” Creso Sá and Andrew Kretz examine how efforts to support entrepreneurial thinking and practice are impacting higher education in Canada and the United States. The book is the culmination of research undertaken by the research team since 2013, and has been published by Palgrave MacMillan.

Team members present at the 2015 CIES Conference in Washington, D.C.

cies2015 imageFrom March 8-13 the Comparative and International Education Society is hosting its annual conference in Washington, D.C. Together with other members of the OISE community, members of Creso Sá’s research team will be attending and presenting at the conference. Julieta Grieco will be presenting her findings on a study of the Science without Borders program, Brazil’s major study abroad scholarship program. The project is entitled “Fostering international collaboration through study abroad scholarships: Lessons from Brazil’s Science without Borders program.” Daniel Hamlin is presenting on a paper entitled “Parental involvement policy in Canada: An analysis of 12,000 parental involvement programs.”

Research Team Alumn Dr. Merli Tamtik winner of an Ontario Graduate Policy Research Challenge award

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On Monday December 8th, 2014 Dr. Merli Tamtik received an Ontario Graduate Research Challenge Award from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. She has received the award for her research on policy learning in the European Union during her graduate work at OISE under the supervision of Creso Sá.

Congratulations Dr. Tamtik on this outstanding accomplishment!

In the picture: Deputy Minister of MTCU Deborah Newman and Minister of MTCU/MRI The Hononorable Reza Moridi.