Monthly Archives: July 2014

Canadian Magazines: Past, Present, Future

Interested in the past, present, and future of magazine publishing in Canada?

Check out the Canadian Magazines forum—presented by the Modern Magazines Project Canada—features talks, readings, and displays highlighting the past, present, and future of magazine publishing in Canada.

Alumni House, University of Alberta (11515 Saskatchewan Drive)
Saturday, August 16, 7-9pm
Refreshments and cash bar

Canadian Magazines poster

Modern Magazines Project Canada is a collaborative initiative that brings together scholars, magazine professionals, and digitization specialists with the goal of building an international and interdisciplinary network for the study and promotion of periodicals. The project—beginning with the invite-only “Magazines and/as Media” workshop, followed by the “Canadian Magazines: Past, Present, Future” public symposium—will build toward long-term partnerships and collaborations focused on magazines and the digital turn.

The Modern Magazines Project Canada is organized by Hannah McGregor, postdoctoral fellow in the University of Alberta’s Department of English and Film Studies; Faye Hammill, Professor of English at the University of Strathclyde; and Paul Hjartarson, Professor Emeritus in the Department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta.

Full details about the project and events are online at http://modmag.ca.

 

Symposium on rural communities / sustainability research: July 23

International Research Symposium – July 23

Hosted by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Partnership Development Grant: a partnership among University of Alberta, Brock University, Mzumbe University, Partners in Health Education and Environment, Tanbur African Aid Society, Tanzania Institute of Education, and The Aga Khan University – Institute for Educational Development (Eastern Africa).

Join Tanzanian and Canadian researchers and scholars as they share their experiences in exploring:

“How can universities work with rural communities to contribute to effective and sustainable solutions to deep problems in complex contexts?”

Refreshments will be available at 08:30. Please register no later than Monday July 21, 2014 1630 by contacting Athanas Ngalawa, ngalawa@ualberta.ca so that we can make arrangements for lunch and breaks.

July 23, 2014 in Room 255, Education South from 9:00 to 16:30.

Posters, presentations, publications: sharing your undergraduate research

Presented by the Undergraduate Research InitiativeWednesday, July 30, 2014
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
ECHA 1-190 
Free!  Lunch will be provided.  (Please RSVP here!)

*Professors & Instructors please bring this to the attention of your talented students:

You’ve done (or started!) a research project, and now you’re ready to share it with the world. How do you do that? Where do you start? This session will introduce students to different ways of sharing your research: undergraduate journals, posters, and presentations. Learn about publication and presentation opportunities for U of A students, and get some hands-on experience with the process of planning and presenting a research poster.

This session is ideal for undergraduate students currently working on a summer project who plan to present their work at the end of the summer, or who would like to submit work to the Undergraduate Research Symposium!

For more information please contact the Undergraduate Research Initiative team at:
780-492-3474
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