Questioning Education: What are educators' responsibilities in our climate emergency?-FR and SJ

Event Date(s):
November 19, 2020
07:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Both Campuses Fredericton Saint John
Both Campuses

Event Details:

On Thursday, Nov. 19, the UNB Faculty of Education presents Questioning Education: A Faculty of Education Panel Series. The panel will be asked: What are educators’ responsibilities in our climate emergency?

The public is invited to join this free event via livestream on Thursday, Nov. 19, from 7 - 8:30 p.m.  The Facebook livestream can be found at: 

Moderator: Dave Wagner, PhD


Carolyn Barnhart

Carolyn has been teaching at FHS for 22 years, currently serving her second term as Science SPR.  She has been heavily influenced in her teaching and assessment practices by the Gaia Project and Brilliant Labs and was the recipient of an Inspirational STEM teacher award in 2017 and a Certificate of Achievement for the 2018 Prime Ministers Award for Teaching Excellence in STEM.

Ron Tremblay

Ron is his birth name but he is known as “spasaqsit possesom” (spuz-akw-zid  buz-za-zum) - morningstar burning. In November of 2016, Ron was installed as Traditional Wolastoq (Wa-lus-dokw) Grand Chief. The mandate of the Wolastoq Grand Council is to protect and preserve their non-ceded traditional homeland and waterways.

Edee Klee

Edee is co-chair of NB Community Harvest Gardens, a non-profit dedicated to “growing food, growing minds and growing community” through its two community gardens and Hayes Farm, a community teaching farm in Fredericton.

Rachel Bensler

Rachel is a UNB student from Calgary studying leadership and international development. She has diverse experience in environmental work including spearheading the fossil fuel divestment campaign at UNB, working in refugee resettlement and education, and intersectional sustainability work with the Nature Trust.

Contact: Dr. Matt Rogers, Faculty of Education 

Building: MDH


Catherine Foster
1 506 453 4739