smART Magazine is a Toronto-based performing and visual arts publication. The deadline for pitches is November 27th and then completed drafts will be due by December 18th. We are looking for contributors for the Arts & Letters section for Issue… Continue Reading →
Submissions deadline: Wednesday, January 4, 2023, at 11:59 pm EST (Toronto time). YU-WRITE is a student-run, non-profit, open-access journal aiming to spotlight graduate students’ research in education. It was founded in 2022 at York University’s Faculty of Education, aiming to support the writing development of graduate… Continue Reading →
The NSPC is an annual competition hosted by the Canada School of Public Service. The competition aims to identify and amplify important policy work coming out of Canadian graduate programs. The initiative gives graduate students the opportunity to connect with… Continue Reading →
The (In)Tangible Heritage(s) conference welcomes artists, designers, filmmakers, architects and art historians engaged in the use of digital technologies, whether in the creation of artworks, the teaching of design practices or the study of art and cultural artefacts. 15-17th June,… Continue Reading →
Panel Discussion of the Canada School of Public Service Transitioning from academia to public service while adapting to a world-wide pandemic Carlton University School of Public Policy & Administration Saturday, February 26, 2022 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Participants have… Continue Reading →
York University in Toronto, Ontario is pleased to announce the second cycle of the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program for Black and Indigenous Scholars, as part of our commitment to promoting justice and embracing a variety of scholarly perspectives, backgrounds and lived experiences…. Continue Reading →
The Rotman Business Design Club at the University of Toronto in partnership with SMBC Aviation Capital, is excited to invite graduate students to participate in the 2022 Rotman Design Challenge, our flagship annual design and innovation case competition. In little more than two decades, SMBC has been transformed into one of… Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →
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