The Rural Policy Learning Commons is hosting a free webinar titled, "Service Provision and Rural Sustainability: Infrastructure and Innovation Webinar". A brief description of the webinar is listed below:
Mansoor Ma, workshop author and instructor, will continue with his Design Workshop series for the Winter semester. Designing in 3D – Using Advanced SketchUp Techniques More details on the workshop to be announced shortly. This 5-day workshop will help participants incorporate 3D modeling into the design process, adjusting the long held tradition that 3D modeling is to be used towards the end of a project for producing beautiful rendering only. Two core objectives of this workshop:
University of Guelph - Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture Series presents:
The University of Guelph’s Landscape Architecture programs in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development invite LA firms and public sector organizations to attend our 2nd annual LA Career Night on January 31st at the Arboretum.
Please feel free to join the SEDRD Speaker Series with Emma Stephens. Emma (Professor of Economics at Pitzer College and visiting scholar in SEDRD for the winter semester) will deliver a presentation titled “Research Gaps Between Agricultural Systems Analysis and Food Security”. The presentation will take place on January 30 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm in the Pit.
PhD in Rural Studies - School of Environmental Design and Rural Development Thesis Defence by Stephen Booth "Uncommon Waters: Intercultural Conflict over the Atlantic Salmon of the Restigouche Watershed"
Free public lecture by Brendan Stewart, SEDRD Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, University Guelph. "PLANNING FOR GOLF'S DECLINE: A talk on landscape adaptation opportunites for a dynamic region". Summary:
Are you interested in immigration and how it impacts rural communities and regions? Interested to learning more about the theories, practices, and policies of rural immigration? If so, plan to join us on January 23rd from 12:00 – 1:00 pm in Room 140 of the Landscape Architecture Building or connect via Zoom. This gathering will be an opportunity for graduate students and faculty to network with professionals within and outside the school, to share and collaborate on various topic related to immigration.
Mansoor Ma, workshop author and instructor, will continue with his Design Workshop series for the Winter semester. Pre-Workshop Lecture: Understand this 3D modeling-design process being used in an award winning landscape architecture firm in the upcoming lecture (with FREE PIZZA @ 11:45am):
The first SEDRD Speaker Series for the winter semester is scheduled for Wednesday, January 16, 2019 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm in The LA Pit. Mery Perez (PhD Student in Rural Studies) will be sharing findings from her research titled “Music as a Discourse of Social Justice: A Case Study from Nicaragua’s Indigenous People”. All welcome to attend.