“Registering Riparian Voices as Environmental Pedagogy in Cepo (Amis Nation, Taiwan)”, conference by DJ Hatfield - Speaker Report 4

As part of their course Research Proposal in Anthropology, Masters students attended guest-speakers presentations organized this Winter by the SSAS, and wrote reports for publication. This is the fourth of these reports.

 

Thank you to Professor Meg Stalcup for participating in this School initiative.

"Evidence, exposures, and acknowledgements in the war on terror" by Dr. Lisa Stampnitzky - Speaker Report 5

As part of their course Research Proposal in Anthropology, Masters students attended guest-speakers presentations organized this Winter by the SSAS, and wrote reports for publication. This is the fifth of these reports.

 

Thank you to Professor Meg Stalcup for participating in this School initiative.

CAM/MAC - Poster presentations

For your information the CAM / MAC website has now been updated with the poster presentations from the anthropology 4th Year Honors Students. You can find these posters under course code ANT4301 in the classes section on the website or by using this link.

Ifeoma Nnagbo, Master's Student in Sociology, Wins Local 3-Minute Thesis (3MT) Semi-Final Competition

Congratulations to Ifeoma Nnagbo, Master’s student in Sociology, who won the Faculty of Social Sciences competition and advanced to the local uOttawa 3MT final competition, which was held on March 11, 2019. Her thesis is entitled “Immigrant Perspectives of Family Sex Education: A Case Study of Nigerian Canadian Parents”.

The 3-Minute Thesis (3MT English competition) and Ma thèse en 180 secondes (MT180 French competition) provides graduate students the opportunity to present their research and its significance in a compelling way before a live audience in just three minutes.

“The Planetary Bet” by Orit Halpern - Speaker report #3

As part of their course Research Proposal in Anthropology, Masters students attended guest-speakers presentations organized this Winter by the SSAS, and wrote reports for publication. This is the third of these reports.

 

Thank you to Professor Meg Stalcup for participating in this School initiative.

“Smart City Data Governance” by Teresa Scassa - Speaker Report #1:

As part of their course Research Proposal in Anthropology, Masters students attended guest-speakers presentations organized this Winter by the SSAS, and wrote reports for publication. This is the first of these reports

Thank you to Professor Meg Stalcup for participating in this School initiative.

“Time, Trauma, and the Brain: How Suicide Came to Have no Precipitating Event “ by Stephanie Lloyd – Speaker Report 2

As part of their course Research Proposal in Anthropology, Masters students attended guest-speakers presentations organized this Winter by the SSAS, and wrote reports for publication here. This is the second of these reports.

 

Thank you to Professor Meg Stalcup for participating in this School initiative.

Congratulations to Audrey Rousseau, PhD student in sociology, for winning the second prize in the poster competition presented for Classe des sages à Pikogan by DIALOG

Congratulations to Audrey Rousseau, PhD student in sociology, for winning the second prize in the poster competition presented for Classe des sages à Pikogan by DIALOG

Mireille McLaughlin talks about the importance of fluency in French to ensure the transmission of the language within the Canadian Francophonie. You can find the article on the site of FrancoPresse

Mireille McLaughlin talks about the importance of fluency in French to ensure the transmission of the language within the Canadian Francophonie. You can find the article on the FrancoPresse website (Article available in French only)

Phyllis L. F. Rippey discusses challenges negotiating breastfeeding and work on the BBC World Service radio show “The Food Chain”.

Phyllis L. F. Rippey discusses challenges negotiating breastfeeding and work on the BBC World Service radio show “The Food Chain”. Click here to read the article

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