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2012 Archives

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Date of Presentation Presenter Title of Presentation
18-Jan-12 Dr. Pamela Hawranik
Dean, Graduate Studies

Marti Cleveland-Innes

Professor, Centre for Distance Education

Deborah Hurst

Associate Professor, Faculty of Business

Sarah Gauvreau

Research Assistant
"Online Graduate Student Professional Development: Preliminary Findings on AU Student Experience"

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08-Feb-12 Sheldon Krasowski "Mediating the Numbered Treaties: Eyewitness Accounts of Treaties Between the Crown and Indigenous People, 1871-1876"

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05-Sept-12 Gina Wisker
Professor of Higher Education & Contemporary Literature Head of Centre for Learning and Teaching
University of Brighton, UK
"Sustainability and the Fantastic: Nalo Hopkinson and Margaret Atwood Moving beyond Waste to Celebration: Ecological/ Sustainable Development in Margaret Atwood's 'Oryx and Crake','The Year of the Flood' and Nalo Hopkinson's 'A Habit of Waste"

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25-Oct-12 Dr. Brian Staples "A Short Personal History of the Alberta Further Education Policy and the Alberta Desginated Community School Programme, 1970-1993"

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05-Dec-12 Paul Kellogg
Assistant Professor, Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies
"Welfare State Versus Warfare State: Why Canada is Outperforming the U.S."

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