Senior students in the Art History/Museum Studies program explore art, ideas and objects from the 1980s by curating an exhibition from the U of L Art Collection and Galt Museum & Archives.
The survey will be sent out on Monday, April 20, to all faculty and staff.
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AGILITY builds on the strong foundation of a liberal education while preparing students for life and careers in the 21st century.
An update from Dr. Chris Nicol, University Librarian.
An accomplished researcher, her latest work on hemispheric differences in sensorimotor control encompasses behavioural, neuropsychological and develop
Katherine Wasiak not only gives to Supporting Our Students but is also a member of the program committee
View exciting and innovative student work at the Bachelor of Fine Arts New Media Graduation Exhibition 2015.
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Senior students in the Art History/Museum Studies program explore art and ideas from the 1980s by curating an exhibition from the U of L Art Collection and from the Sir Alexander Galt Museum & Archives.
The Department of Philosophy will present the following:
Program evaluation is a highly sought after skill in health related fields.
President's Executive has indicated that the full complement of Pronghorn teams will remain in place
Registration is now open for the Controlling Sexuality and Reproduction: Past and Present International Conference. Early bird rates in effect until May 31, 2015.
Please be advised The Undergraduate Programs Office - Faculty of Management will be closed on April 20, 21, 22, 23,2015 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Whether you are just starting your teaching career or have been teaching for decades and want to try something new, this peer-facilitated four day/28 hour boot camp for your teaching will help you.