Are you looking for an opportunity to share what you are excited about, test-run a presentation or gain experience presenting your thesis? The ever popular ‘Bring Your Lunch & Learn’ series provides presenters and attendees with opportunities to share, learn, and discuss insights and ideas in a supportive environment. If you are interested in being a presenter, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or local 2984.
Winter / Spring 2019 Lunch & Learn Events:
Sharing research, scholarly and creative activity in a supportive environment, while you enjoy your brown bag lunch. On scheduled Tuesdays, 12 to 1pm, B305 Room 440 (Lounge).
- Tues Jan. 29, 12 to 1pm with Katherine Rollwagen: Tuning In & Speaking Up: What Canadians Said About Television in 1956, and Why it Matters Today
- Tues Feb.5, 12 to 1pm with Sarah Burn, Danielle Johnsrude, Mackenzie Sillem & Ali White: Current Research in International Education
- Tues Feb.19, 12 to 1pm with Danielle Alphonse & Rachel Moll: Education for Sustainable Development & Indigenous Education: a Community-Based Action Research Network
- Tues March 5, 12 to 1pm with Carmen Lavoie: Advocacy in Times of Trouble: The Successes and Challenges of Social Planning Councils in Canada
- Tues March 19, 12 to 1pm with Stephen Davies: Scholarly Work in the Internet Age: Lessons Learned From 19 years of the ‘Canadian Letters and Images Project’
- Tues March 26, 12 to 1pm with Aggie Weighill: Exploring the Realities of Time Poverty in the Lives of Women in Two Communities in Northern Ghana
- Tues April 2, 12 to 1pm with Bill Floyd: Satellites, Planes, Helicopters, Drones & Lasers: Emerging Technology Used to Measure Glaciers and Snow in Coastal BC