CALL FOR PAPERS
Graduate Student Lecture Series 2009-10
Elizabeth Dafoe Library is proud to present the seventh in a series of Elizabeth Dafoe Library Graduate Student Lectures.Once again, the series will consist of 8 lectures presented by graduate students from the Faculties supported by the Library and is intended to give graduate students an opportunity to speak about their research in an informal, lunch time setting. If necessary, we can schedule in more than 8 lectures.
Last year the series included presentations by students from Sociology, Religion, Psychology, Human Ecology and Environment, Earth & Resources on a variety of topics such as Governing Human Biotechnology, Ethics and Communicative Reason, Canadian Family Time Use and Youth Environmental Awareness.
If you are a graduate student in the Faculties of Arts, Education, Human Ecology, Kinesiology and Recreation Management or Environment, Earth and Resources, Nursing, or Social Work, you are invited to submit a proposal for a paper.
Please contact Stella Rebling, Elizabeth Dafoe Library, 474-9184, firstname.lastname@example.org. If possible, please respond by the end of September. Thank you.
The lectures are scheduled on Fridays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. The following dates are still available: