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M.Sc. Thesis Defence - Thuraya Elnaiem

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School of Environmental Design and Rural Development - Rural Planning and Development M.Sc. Thesis Examination Thuraya Elnaiem, a master student in Capacity Development and Extension in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, will defend her thesis on "The Rose of Trust and Gender in Mobile Money Adoption in Lusaka, Zambia:  An Analysis Using the Technology Acceptance Model"

MSc Thesis Defence: Asiful Islam

School of Environmental Design and Rural Development - Capacity Development and Extension M.Sc. Thesis Examination Asiful Islam, a master student in Capacity and Development Extension in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, will defend his thesis on " Investigating the Clinical decisions making process of Physicians in rural Ontario:  The Perspectives and attitudes on Medical Cannabis."

PhD Thesis Defence - Valencia Gaspard

PhD in Rural Studies - School of Environmental Design and Rural Development Thesis Defence by Valencia Gaspard "Working on keeping it together:  Exploring the lived experience of precarious employment in rural Ontario"

MSc Thesis Defence - Emily Bowerman

School of Environmental Design and Rural Development - Rural Planning & Development Program  M.Sc. Thesis Defence by Emily Bowerman "Reflecting Bicultural Mechanisms in Waterscape Design and Planning in Aotearoa New Zealand" Examination Committee: Sheri Longboat, Advisor, SEDRD Sean Kelly, Advisory Committee Member, SEDRD Nate Perkins, Graduate Faculty, SEDRD Nic Brunet, Exam Chair, SEDRD All welcome to attend.

PhD Thesis Defence - Mery Perez

PhD in Rural Studies  - School of Environmental Design and Rural Development PhD Thesis Defence by Mery Perez "Re-articulating Discourse for Indigenous and Environmental Justice:  A Study of Nicaragua’s Unidos por Bosawas Festivals".

Exhibit - Brutalism at Guelph: Concrete in a New Light

Bold, raw and unapologetic, Brutalism is an attitude as much as a style.   The concrete builders of the 1960s believed unequivocally that modern problems could be solved with modern design. This exhibition sheds new light on Brutalism by examining its impact on the University of Guelph. The term “Brutalism” came into use in the 1950s to describe the concrete architecture emerging in the United Kingdom and Europe, including Swiss-French architect LeCorbusier’s expressive béton brut—literally meaning “raw concrete.”  

Webinar: Great Lakes First Nations Fisheries Governance Project

On Thursday June 20th, 2019 from 10:00am-11:00am the Great Lakes First Nations Fisheries Governance project will be hosting an online Webinar to present preliminary findings and foster discussion with our First Nations partners. The research team has been conducting interviews and analyzing the data collected for the past year and have found some interesting results.

2020 International Comparative Rural Policy Summer Institute

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The 17th International Comparative Rural Policy Studies Summer Institute will take place in Brandon, Manitoba from June 19 to July 2, 2020. The institute will convene for fourteen days and will involve approximately 25 graduate students and numerous faculty members from universities around North America and the European Union. Classroom sessions will be supplemented with field trips, group work and student presentations.

2019 International Comparative Rural Policy Studies Summer Institute

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The 16th International Comparative Rural Policy Studies Summer Institute will take place in Rovaniemi, Finland, from June 16 to 29, 2019. The institute will convene for fourteen days and will involve approximately 25 graduate students and numerous faculty members from universities around the world. Classroom sessions will be supplemented with field trips, group work and student presentations. The Summer Institute provides a unique opportunity for students to meet and work together on comparative rural policy issues and make invaluable research and networking contacts.

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