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Collette Pilsworth PhD student in Geological Sciences – Advancing tools and techniques for the exploration of undercover ore deposits

A geochemical and mineralogical study of drill core fracture coatings from the Oberon gold deposit, Northern Territory, Australia. Understanding how elements move around near ore systems and how those signatures are recorded within the surrounding rocks and overburden is very important for reducing the search space in mineral exploration, which in term reduces the cost […]

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EP 99: Cops and Daughters

Anyone remember /mu/? . Oh Come-Ye and listen to these Neutral Milk-hoes Tell you all about the CBC online comedy “The Communist’s Daughter”. Our chat about the show’s finer points is preceded by a discussion about St Pat’s, KPD, and the Missing Magazine Mystery. The pigs are ornery, sore, and ready to slander some poor […]

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Episode 24: Social Media and Critical Digital Literacy in the Classroom with Claire Ahn

Not sure how to handle social media in your classroom? Find out from Dr. Claire Ahn, Assistant Professor of Multiliteracies at Queen’s Faculty of Education. Chris and Claire discuss three big questions with lots of ideas for the best way to integrate conversations into your classroom sprinkled throughout the podcast: Why is it important that […]

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In Conversation with Owen Crawford-Lem, 38th Rector of Queen’s University

In recent Queen’s University news, students elected Owen Crawford-Lem (ArtSci ’23) on March 21st 2022.  Following Rector Sam Heimstra’s resignation in March 2021, Crawford-Lem won the contested election to become the University’s 38th Rector. In this segment, we chat with Crawford-Lem about his inspirations to run for the highest student office at Queen’s University and […]

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Waste in its Global Dynamics: A Panel Discussion

Panelists will draw from their studies both in Canada and internationally to highlight the lives and livelihoods reproduced, sustained and compromised by the circulations and politics of waste. Dr Kesha Fevrier is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Planning at Queen’s University. Her research unfolds broadly at the intersection of race and […]

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Trace & Two-Eyed Seeing-An Evening of Dance Indigenous Astronomy

Coming up on March 28th, 2022 the McDonald Institute and Queen’s University Office of Indigenous Initiatives is presenting Red Sky Performance’s Trace, with a Two-Eyed Seeing Astronomers’ discussion to follow at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts.  Joining us in this episode to talk about this event, its inspirations and the collaborations that […]

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EP 98: St. Patrick’s Gay

Damn, can we say that? . The gang brings in their Gay/Student Correspondent, Grace, to discuss St. Paddy’s plans at Queen’s, and then take them through the many monstrous anti-gay (and specifically anti-trans) bills that have been churning through the bowels of some of America’s worst states. Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” to New Hampshire’s quest […]

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