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Reconceptualizing Graduate Research Circle

Greetings from the RECE Graduate Research Circle (RGRC)! Our vibrant community of graduate students and postgraduates continues to thrive with engaging discussions and exciting initiatives. In November 2022, we hosted our first Circle, a creative space within the RECE community, as we design and collaborate with the support, guidance, and good spirits/praises for each other in a Reconceptualizing Graduate Research Circle (RGRC). Our Research Circles are held every 6-8 weeks on Zoom and serve as a virtual space for discussions and collaboration.

RGRC members who are presenting at the 2024 Conference are encouraged to apply for a Travel Award
Please note that applications are due by August 1, 2024.

Global Collaboration:
Currently, the RGRC has connected with 47 graduate students and postgraduates spanning across 10 countries. We're proud to be a diverse and international community, bringing us together from:

  • Canada (14)
  • Norway (3)
  • Sweden (1)
  • U.K. (2)
  • Nigeria (1)
  • U.S. (15)
  • Philippines (2)
  • Australia (3)
  • New Zealand (3)
  • Indonesia (1)
 Exciting Initiatives:
  • RGRC Writing Group: Provides a supportive environment for collaborative writing endeavours. It's a fantastic opportunity for members interested in refining their writing skills, with scheduled structured writing sessions. 
  • Collaborative Writing Projects: Members keen on joint writing and publishing ventures. 
  • RGRC Digging Deeper: Our reading circle provides a space to delve into stimulating topics for those who love open discussions and thought-provoking readings. 

Join us for the next Circle to connect with fellow graduate students from around the world.
We want to emphasize that the RGRC is an open space, allowing everyone to join and participate whenever their schedules permit. There is no specific start or end date, as we believe in creating an inclusive environment that accommodates the busy lives we all lead. Together, we will continue to evolve and celebrate our collective journey, fostering meaningful connections across the globe.

For further questions, use the following email address:

You can expect a follow-up email from Lori or Amy, who manage our RGRC emails. They will assist you with becoming a member, answer any questions or concerns, and provide the necessary information to ensure seamless engagement with the Graduate Research Circle.

Lori Huston (She/Her)
Ph.D. student | Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy Education, Faculty of Education
The University of British Columbia |  xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Territory

Amy Clark (she/her/ella)
Assistant Instructional Professor | Department of Teacher Education, Kinesiology, and Educational Studies | Early Childhood Education | DePaul University