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With the support of Western Libraries and [email protected], an open access journal has been created to host programs, posters, multimedia ephemera, and papers affiliated with the research day proceedings.Thank you to Research Western and the Faculties of Information and Media Studies, Don Wright Faculty of Music and the Faculty of Law for their generous support of this conference.The student chapter of the CLA will be selling tickets outside the GRC all week from -pm for the Networking Event. At the event, students will have the opportunity to speak with various professionals for timed intervals.The Networking Event is a fantastic opportunity to meet with professionals in various fields, including archives, academic, public, and special libraries. I guess the best strategy is to just make more friends and have a bigger social network at school.Check out Forest City Sports and Social Club anyway!
I know its hard for an introvert, but some of the activities are smaller groups so hopefully that'll be more comfortable.
“The interdisciplinary discourse allowed students to explore new ways of thinking and problem solving, as they approached common issues from different yet compatible perspectives.” Catenacci addressed whether there should be a mandatory indigenous law component in legal education during the panel discussion “Indigenizing and decolonizing pedagogy”.
Panelists Beth Tuinstra from the Don Wright Faculty of Music and Danica Pawlick Potts from FIMS also explored ways to include indigenous perspectives in educational research and curriculum.
Graduate students and professors from the faculties of Information and Media Studies (FIMS), Music, and Law at Western discovered interdisciplinary connections at a research day held March 22, 2019 at Western Law.
With the support of Western Libraries and [email protected], an open access journal has been created to host programs, posters, multimedia ephemera, and papers affiliated with the research day proceedings.
I came here last September as a male mature student.