Adult Learning and Global Change

Adult learning and global change covers adult learning found in different cultural contexts and the roles learning plays in understanding and responding to globalizing forces and their impacts.The program encourages the development of a broad critical perspective on the relationship between adult learning and global change as experienced and understood throughout the world.



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Faculty Members in Adult Learning and Global Change

Name Research Interests
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
Stack, Michelle Adult and continuing education, and community education; Educational policy; Journalism studies; Community Engaged Research; Knowledge Sharing; media education; Cooperatives and Social Solidarity Economies; University Rankings and Equity; Disability studies; anti-racism
Taylor, Alison Adult and continuing education, and community education; Educational administration, management and leadership; Educational policy; Higher education; Specialized studies in education; Education, Knowledge and Skills; Educational Context; Political Contexts; Social Contexts; Social Policies
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

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