Adult Learning and Education

The Adult Learning and Education (ALE) program has historical roots in traditions of social welfare, community development and extension education. ALE is concerned with the development of scholars and practitioners who will shape society in ways that promote lifelong learning for all.

 

Faculty Members

Name Research Interests
Chan, Jennifer transnational social movements, international and comparative education, Japanese civil society, Islam in multicultural societies, Adult education, Citizenship and democracy, Gender studies, International and Comparative Education, Multiculturalism, Post-colonial studies
Kovach, Margaret
Mazawi, Andre Citizenship and democracy, Higher education, International and Comparative Education, Leadership and organizations, Research methodologies, Sociology of Education
Shan, Hongxia Other education, n.e.c.; Immigration and adult education and learning; Lifelong learning; Gender and work; Prof. learning
Sork, Tom Adult education, Lifelong learning, Teaching and Practice
Taylor, Alison Social Contexts; Political Contexts; Educational Context; Social Policies; Education, Knowledge and Skills
Vanwynsberghe, Robert Citizenship and democracy, Social justice, Sustainability; Sustainability; Environmental Education; Theory and Method
Walker, Judith Adult and continuing education, and community education; Sociology of education; Educational policy; Adult education; Higher Education; policy studies; Health Professions Education
Walter, Pierre environmental education, literacy, comparative education, gender and development, Southeast Asian studies., Adult education, International and Comparative Education, Sustainability