"Multi-Modal Neuroimaging of Cognitive Aging"
"An Overview of Respiratory Methods in fMRI"
Sponsored by the Materials Chemistry Division, the Award for Research Excellence in Materials Chemistry is presented to a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant who has made an outstanding contribution to materials chemistry while working in Canada.
The award will be presented to him during the 98th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, which is taking place in Ottawa, June 13-17, 2015.
Sponsored by Gilead Alberta ULC the R.U. Lemieux Award is presented to an organic chemist who has made a distinguished contribution to any area of organic chemistry and who is currently working in Canada. CJ Li will be awarded and will present a lecture at the98th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, Ottawa, June 13-17, 2015.
A seminar with Ryszard Cholewinski - Slavery Old and New: Labour Exploitation Through the Ages and Around the Globe seminar series
A seminar with Kendra Strauss - Slavery Old and New: Labour Exploitation Through the Ages and Around the Globe seminar series
A seminar with Adrian A. Smith - Slavery Old and New: Labour Exploitation Through the Ages and Around the Globe seminar series
After abolition: British humanitarian colonialism, the Niger Expedition and the drive to remake African labour
A seminar with Elizabeth Elbourne - Slavery Old and New: Labour Exploitation Through the Ages and Around the Globe seminar series
The Faculty of Education is pleased to announce the 2014 Heather Reisman and Gerald Schwartz Award for Excellence in Teaching and the 2014 Faculty of Education Distinguished Teaching Award are Professors Annett Körner and Nathan Hall, respectively.
For the Fall 2014 semester the Faculty of Education introduced an Education for Sustainability course with instructors Elizabeth Wood, Caroline Riches and Anila Asghar. The description of the Special Topics course (EDEC 300) was enticing enough for Constantinos Yanniris, PhD student in the Faculty’s Department of Integrated Studies in Education, to attend as an observer. What he found there so inspired him that he reached out to his classmates and the Faculty in an effort to promote the class’ subject matter.