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Staying Well During Exams

Beth Blackett of Health Promotion Special Projects at Student Wellness Services (Queen’s University) joins us via telephone. She provides insights into the challenges to wellness students face during exam periods, and especially during the Coronavirus pandemic. She shares information with us on the resources for wellness students on and off campus can access in addition […]

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What is Success?

Ello (my way of saying hello), my name is Albert Yuou Liu, but you can just call me Albert. I’m 22 years old as of 2020, and I am a 4th year film & media student at Queen’s University, I’ll be graduating in 2020 June. In 2020 September I’ll be starting my Master of Digital Media degree at […]

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Boozhoo! Celebrating Indigenous Languages

Take a break from listening to podcasts about COVID and hear Dr. Lindsay Morcom reflect on decolonization, the importance of learning and celebrating Indigenous languages, the responsibilities of teachers in Reconciliation, and the lessons we can all learn from Ms. Frizzle. Boozhoo means hello in Ojibwe/Anishinaabemowin. To learn more of the language visit the Ojibwe […]

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Canada’s Arctic: Defining and Defying Boundaries Across Disciplines

(Sponsored by the ICE Lab) This panel will explore the implications of shallow and deep hydrologic processes on sustainable resource development and mine waste management in the Arctic. Combining our three research areas (civil engineering, geology and hydrology) within the context of the Arctic, we will discuss the current state of knowledge in Arctic hydrology […]

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The Boundaries of Scholarly Communication: Engaging Audiences Inside and Outside the Academy

(Sponsored by Hyacinth Podcast) This panel will work towards challenging and going beyond the traditional boundary of research and knowledge translation. These three very different projects utilized different methodologies, and in doing so, the researchers attempt to blur the line between what has traditionally been seen as research and create something that is accessible for […]

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