Nicholas Ng-A-Fook is deeply committed toward integrating various community service learning social action curriculum projects within the courses he teaches at the Faculty of Education. He is the current acting director of A Canadian Curriculum Theory Project and Developing a Global Perspective for Educators, and also an associate member of the Making History/Faire Histoire Educational Research Unit. Nicholas continues to work toward building educational partnerships on various social action curriculum development projects with international and local indigenous communities like the United Houma Nation and the Kitigan Zibi. As a curriculum theorist he has published several articles and book chapters on the various social action curriculum projects that both he and students have developed and engaged either here in Canada or abroad. In recognition of such work he received the University of Ottawa's Community Service Learning Outstanding Achievement and the Faculty of Education New Researcher Awards.