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Research Excellence winners to deliver lectures

 
2008-11-25

2008 Queen's Prizes for Excellence in Research recipients Guy Narbonne (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) and Elia Zureik (Sociology) will present their public lectures on Wednesday Nov. 26 at 7pm in Stirling Hall, Auditorium B. Dr. Narbonne's topic is: When life got big: Glaciation, oxygenation and the origin of animal.  Dr. Zureik will speak on: What do citizens think of government and corporate surveillance: An international comparison.

 

2008 Queen's Prizes for Excellence in Research recipients Guy Narbonne (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) and Elia Zureik (Sociology) will present their public lectures on Wednesday Nov. 26 at 7pm in Stirling Hall, Auditorium B. Dr. Narbonne's topic is: When life got big: Glaciation, oxygenation and the origin of animal.  Dr. Zureik will speak on: What do citizens think of government and corporate surveillance: An international comparison.

“These awards recognize the hard work and dedication of our faculty, and the wide impact of their research, ranging from the study of the social aspects of communications and information technology and the sociology of the Middle-East, to the origin and evolution of the first complex animals,” says Vice-Principal (Research) Kerry Rowe.  “We congratulate Drs. Zureik and Narbonne on their accomplishments, and invite the campus and Kingston community to join us in learning more about their work at their public lectures.”

 

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