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Monday Morning Forum - Why should museums be supported?

Monday Morning Forum Oct 23 - Why should museums be supported?

The second of this year’s Monday Morning Forum talks, arranged by Dr. Agnes Herzberg, will be “Why should museums be supported?” presented by David Pantalony, Curator of Physical Sciences, Canada Science and Technology Museum, and Adjunct Professor, Department of History, University of Ottawa.

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RAQ Fall Reception and Welcome to New Members

RAQ Fall Reception and Welcome to New Members

RAQ invites everyone to our annual Fall Reception and Welcome to New Members.  Join us for light refreshments, an opportunity to welcome new members and a time to catch up with old friends.   Our special guest speaker will be Benoit-Antoine Bacon, Queen’s University Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic).  This is an excellent opportunity to speak directly with the Provost, and he will welcome your views about the “new directions” for the university. 

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Monday Morning Forum - How does information technology affect human cognition?

Monday Morning Forum  Sept 25 - How does information technology affect human cognition?

Join for the first of this year’s Monday Morning Forum talks, arranged by Dr. Agnes Herzberg.  The topic will beHow does information technology affect human cognition?” presented by Merlin Donald, Professor Emeritus, Queen’s University

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Lunchtime Guest Series

Lunchtime Guest Series

Join us for a sandwich lunch and lively discussion at the first of the new Lunchtime Guest Series offered by RAQ in partnership with The University Club.  The discussion leader will be Dr. Brenda Brouwer, Vice Provost and Dean, School of Graduate Studies, on the topic “21st century PhD training: Caving to the marketplace or driving it?” 

When?  Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at 12:00 noon

Where? Urquhart Lounge, University Club, 168 Stuart Street

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Lecture on 21st Century PhD Training

Lecture on 21st Century PhD Training

Plan to start the academic year by coming to the first of the new Lunchtime Guest Series offered by RAQ in partnership with The University Club. It will be in the Urquhart Lounge on Wednesday, September 6th at 12:00pm.

Our guest is Dr. Brenda Brouwer, Vice Provost and Dean, School of Graduate Studies. The topic for discussion will be 21st century PhD training: Caving to the marketplace or driving it?

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