Dr. Lee Schaefer, of our Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, was the recipient of the American Educational Research Association's (AERA) Narrative Research Special Interest Groups' Award for the Most Outstanding Publication of 2016.
Authors: Vough, H., Bataille, C., Sargent, L., Lee, M.
Publication: Harvard Business Review
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A paper co-authored by Prof. Shane McIntosh with collaborators from UFRN (Brazil) and Queen’s University was awarded an ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Award by the 13th Int’l Conf. on Mining Software Repositories! More about the significance of these awards is available here.
- Join us in the celebration of the work of the 2015-16 Artists-in-Residence
- Explore the 'Lost Spaces' inistallations and the unveiling of a new exhibit
Nearly one year since the release of the final Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Report, the Artful Inquiry Research Group invites all students, staff and faculty to attend an event titled: Artful/curricular conversations and refle
ECE undergraduates Jacob Barnett, Charles Gather, and Luke Soldano won the runner-up prize in the Mining Challenge of the 13th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories. Their submission to the challenge was based on their capstone design project that was supervised by Prof. Shane McIntosh this past academic year.
When Hollywood is taken to task for the lack of diversity in high-profile films, decision-makers' responses tend to boil down to the idea that they're actually giving audiences what they want. Movies led by familiar (usually meaning white) faces are the most profitable, they argue, hence the casting of Scarlett Johansson in "Ghost in the Shell" and Tilda Swinton in "Doctor Strange."