Data Day: Giving Voice to YOUR Research

April 25th – Francine Berish, the Geospatial Data Librarian and Sarah Bartlett, the Open Scholarship Services (OSS) Intern with Queen’s University Library visit us to discuss the upcoming Queen’s University Data Day event taking place at Douglas Library in May. They also share insights on the services faculty, staff, students, and community members can access through OSS and the importance of researchers’ cross-communications ahead of anticipated mandates and changes related to Tri-Council funding.

Inspired Giving with Gage Benyon (Queen’s ArtSci ’19)

April 18th – Gage Benyon (ArtSci ’19) joins us to talk about his work as a student caller and Communications and Scheduling Coordinator with Queen’s Telefundraising Services under the University’s Office of Advancement. He also shares insights on managing a busy work schedule with a very busy undergraduate academic calendar while telling us a lot about the skills he’ll take onward to his future career and of course why it’s important to give and for Alumni to stay connected to Queen’s.

Books@Queen’s: Armand Garnet Ruffo

Armand Garnet Ruffo (Department of English), on Legends of My People, The Great Ojibway, by Norval Morriseau

Episode host: Michael Fraser

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

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Books@Queen’s: Daniel Woolf

Daniel Woolf (Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s), on Metahistory: The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Europe, by Hayden White

Episode host: Aidan Fallon

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Kip Pegley

Kip Pegley (Dan School of Drama and Music), on Live Your Strongest Life, by Marcus Buckingham

Episode host: Noah Crete-Woodhouse

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Susan Olding

Susan Olding (Faculty of Education / PhD Candidate in Cultural Studies), on The Letters of John Keats

Episode host: Bryce Fletch

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Daniel David Moses

Daniel David Moses (Dan School of Drama and Music) on “Little Bear Woman”

Episode host: Kelsey Lussier

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Max Montalvo

Max Montalvo (School of Medicine), on On Directing Film, by David Mamet

Episode host: Maggie Ou

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Kim Renders

Kim Renders (Dan School of Drama and Music), on Dune by Frank Herbert

Episode host: Sam Zimerman

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.