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The YGSE 18th Annual Graduate Student Conference in Education

This year’s conference theme is re:. As we move toward a re:opening, the theme invites presenters and attendees to explore the preposition re: as an intersection of pasts, presents, and futures as we re:imagine and re:consider our re:sponsability as researchers, educators, scholars, storytellers, makers, and… Continue Reading →

CRAM – Extraordinary Ideas Unleashed Podcast: Mary Ito speaks with Michele Mastroeni, Associate Professor in Strategic Foresight and Innovation.

In this episode, Michele talks about design thinking and how it can be applied to address complex problems across a range of social, political, and economic spaces. As part of the interview, Michele also introduces some of the new research… Continue Reading →

Medusa Graduate Conference 2022: Re-emergence and Return

The Medusa Organizing Committee is happy to announce the theme of the 2022 virtual conference is Re-emergence and Return We are calling for paper abstracts from first-time presenters and aspiring academics. Applications can be submitted through our online platform by February 4th, 2022…. Continue Reading →

CRCP Alum Angela Keeley (MFA 2013): Goderich’s own Group of Seven

Goderich’s own Group of Seven There’s a new Group of Seven in Huron County: seven local artists chosen to display their works publicly in the Goderich Courthouse Square. Roz Elliot chats with Angela Keeley, one of the seven selected artists,… Continue Reading →

Open Call: Canadian Centre for Architecture

How does a territory come to be identified, physically or figuratively, and who constructs that definition? For our next web issue, Figuring Territory, we launch the first open call for contributions to the CCA website: a call to imagine, construct, dismantle,… Continue Reading →

NSCAD Cohort Hire 2022

NSCAD University is in Mi’kma’ki, on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq Nation. NSCAD University has committed to reconciliation and to establishing respectful ongoing relationships with Indigenous peoples. As part of NSCAD’s ongoing development of anti-racist practices and… Continue Reading →

Process-As-Practice: 2022 Residency at The Luminary

As an expansive platform for art, thought, and action, The Luminary invites applications from creative practitioners based in North America for Process-As-Practice, a collaborative residency session to take place throughout 2022 and into 2023. How to Apply and Selection Procedure… Continue Reading →

Student Exhibition: Something to Say

Something to Say is an online exhibition curated by Avalon Mott, Kashfia Arif, Luke Whittaker and Samuel McGuire. The exhibition explores the theme of Art and Accessibility by showcasing the role of the curator as a facilitator of experience, opening a… Continue Reading →

Job Posting: Research Coordinator

Research Coordinator for SSHRC Project Hybrid, Part-Time YR1.   Please send your cv to p.landolt@utoronto.ca by December 20, 2021.    Non/Citizenship, Homemaking & Radical Belonging — The three-year SSHRC Partnership  Development Grant will develop a community-engaged research practice to examine how non/citizenship and immigration status… Continue Reading →

SFI MRP: The Ethical Cyborg

Invitation to view and comment on the project The Ethical Cyborg is an MRP organized by SFI student, Trevor Bell. In this research Bell explores the intersections of transhumanism, healthcare policy creation, and biomedical innovation. This project poses the question: How might… Continue Reading →

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