Application deadline: 6 mars 2018
The Research office annual colloquium will take place on April 5th, 2018 during the Research day and the Principal’s award reception at the Glendon Campus, York University.
This year, the Office of Research, in partnership with the Office of the Principal, would like to showcase the skills acquired in a liberal arts education.
The themes of the Festival are as follows:
a.) Initial and advanced education in a bilingual liberal arts college in the 21st century: (i) contemporary issues in education for the future, (ii) innovations and knowledge to make sense of complexity, (iii) Principles of pertinent knowledge for the 21st century work environment.
b.) Research on ethic research.
The general call for papers invites proposals in English or in French for 15 minutes presentations that will foster interdisciplinary questions and discussions from the scholars and students present at the Research Office annual colloquium.
The discussion on research on ethic research will be a roundtable: Participants will present their perspectives (roughly 5-10 minutes) on questions raised in research on ethic research; a discussion and debate with the audience will follow.
Please submit your paper proposals for (i) the colloquium or (ii) the round table (no more than 100 words) with a short biography in Word or RTF to the Research Office at following address: email@example.com . All paper proposals can be written in French or English.
9:00 – 9:10: Opening: Donald Ipperciel
9h10- 9h30: Keynote Speaker; Brian Cantwell Smith [TBC] [https://www.cifar.ca/profiles/brian-cantwell-smith/]
9:30 – 10:15: 3 minutes Thesis Competition for undergraduate students. How do the Liberal Arts prepare for engaged stewardship in the 21stCentury? – Presentations in Tandem with a Professor.
10:15- 10:30: Break
10:30 -10:40: Award ceremony for the 3MT competition
10:40 – 12:00: Roundtable: Research on ethic research and Q and A session with the audience
12:00 – 13:00: Lunch Break
13:15 – 15:30: Research Office Colloquium:
Initial and advanced education in a bilingual liberal arts college in the 21st century: (i) Contemporary issues in education for the future, (ii) Innovations and knowledge to make sense of complexity, (iii) Principles of pertinent knowledge for the 21st century work environment.
(5 panellists et 1 moderator). Followed by and Q and A session with the audience
15:45 -17:00: Principal’s excellence award ceremony and Reception
- Principal’s excellence Prix for research and teaching
- Best student paper contest award (CRLCC)
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