October 2, 2009
ESB Research Series
Fridays, noon-1 pm, Room 189 Edwards School of Business
Oct. 16, 2:30 pm, Room 2105 WCVM, Niraj Makadiya presents 100K Protein of BAV-3
BPBE Seminar Series
Oct. 30, 3 pm, Ag 2C71, Mark Skidmore, agricultural economics, Michigan State University, presents The Impact of State Government Subsidies and Tax Credits in an Emerging Industry: Ethanol Production 1980-2007.
Medical Anthropology Lecture
Oct. 15, 4:30-6 pm, Room 18 Edwards School of Business, Linda Garro, Dept. of Anthropology, University of California, presents Enacting Health, Enacting Ethos: Realizing Health in the Everyday Lives of Families.
Animal Welfare Seminar
Oct. 21, 12:30-1:30 pm, Room 2302 WCVM, Clément Gauthier, executive director of the Canadian Council on Animal Care, will present Animal Care and Welfare Standards – What Roles do Legislation and Guidelines Play in Setting Standards
Oct. 14, 7 pm, Lutheran Theological Seminary Library, Rev. Dr. George E. “Tink” Tinker, Iliff School of Theology in Denver, presents De-colonizing Lutherans: Confessions, Missions, Indians and Globalization
Moving Physical Therapy Forward
Michel Landry of the University of Toronto and past president of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association is keynote speaker at a research event Oct. 3 starting at 8 am in B450 Health Sciences Building. His address – Meeting the Global Health Challenge – the Role of Rehabilitation – will be followed by presentations of research undertaken by graduating masters students from the School of Physical Therapy.
Geography and Planning Colloquia
Fridays at 2:30 pm in Room 127 Physics
Wrestling History Lecture
The Dept. of History and the College of Kinesiology present sports historian Nathan Hatton who will present Thrashing Seasons: Roughness, Respectability and Professional Wrestling on the Canadian Prairie before 1930 on Oct. 29 at 7:30 pm in the Physical Activity Complex.
Oct. 2, the Dept. of Archaeology and the Saskatoon Archaeological Society host Cultural, Heritage and Archaeological Resources Meet (CHARM) at 5 pm in Room 132 Archaeology Building followed by a 7 pm presentation by Kit Krozser entitled Rock Art and Ruins: The SAS 2009 Tour to the Four Corners Area of the American Southwest
Oct. 7, 2:30 pm, Room 146 Arts, Khylee Quince, faculty of law, University of Auckland, New Zealand, presents Well, It’s Not our Custome, But It’s Not all Bad – a Maori Perspective on New Zealand’s Youth Justice System
Academic Integrity Workshops
All workshops Oct. 7. Register online at www.usask.ca/integrity
Technology and Research
Events scheduled during Technology Week. For details visit www.usask.ca/technologyweek
Robert Farrauto, research fellow at the corporate research laboratories of BASF Catalysts, will present two lectures on campus:
Continuing Nursing Education
For more information or to register, visit www.usask.ca/nursing/cne/
Accredited group learning event Oct. 2, SaskTel Theatre, Royal University Hospital
Microbiology and Immunology
Thursdays at 4 pm, Room B6, Health Sciences
Philosophy in the Community
Wednesdays at 7 pm at The Refinery. For more information visit www.usask.ca/philosophy
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