From a conversation recorded in October 2016, Dave speaks with both John Gerretsen and his son, Mark. Both were former Councilors and Mayors for the City. After his term as Mayor, John served as the Member of the Provincial Legislature for 19 years, and Mark, after his term around the horseshoe, was elected in 2015 as the Member of the House of Commons in Ottawa. We speak with the two of them, together, about the public-service-aspect of their time in politics
March 21st – Queen’s PhD Candidate Yasmine Djerbal (Cultural Studies) and anti-oppression facilitator Kayley Marsh come aboard to talk about the innovative Arts and Equity Project workshop series they are conducting in partnership with the Kingston Arts Council. We discuss intersectionality, diversity, inclusion, and the advancement of equity in the arts in Kingston. The Arts and Equity Project aims to introduce artists and arts organizations in Kingston to fundamental equity concepts, tools and frameworks and provide peer-to-peer learning opportunities and new connections.
March 14th – In this episode,
Deputy Provost (Academic Operations and Inclusion) Teri Shearer, Stephanie Simpson-Executive Director and University Advisor on Equity and Human Rights and Mona Rahman, Coordinator-Research Activities and Communications in the Office of the Vice Principal Research join us today. They discuss UCARE– the Queen’s University Council on Anti-Racism and Equity- its goals, initiatives, mandate and more.
Associate Dean (Graduate Studies and Research) Lynda Jessup and Kanonhsyonne (Janice Hill), inaugural Director of Indigenous Initiatives at Queen’s University joined us in studio on March 2nd, 2018. In this podcast, they discuss the Faculty of Arts and Science’s launch of the new Predoctoral Fellowship for Indigenous Students. The first of its kind in Canada, this unique program will help integrate Indigenous ways of knowing into the University’s curricula while providing prestigious credentials and valuable support to Indigenous PhD candidates in the final year of their programs.
Richard Ascough — distinguished Professor from the School of Religion at Queen’s University, Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning) with the Queen’s Faculty of Arts and Science, and recent appointee to this years 3M National Teaching Fellowship roster — joins us in studio to discuss his fascinating research, the roles his research plays in his teaching, and some of the innovative approaches he mobilizes in his pedagogy.
February 21st–Queen’s University Alumni Association President Sue Bates (Artsci ’91) and QUAA Kingston Branch President Tim Packulak (Sci ’14) join us live in studio for Campus Beat at 5 PM EST! We’ll discuss the QUAA, the activities and outreach efforts of both the Association and the Kingston Chapter, upcoming events, how alumni can stay connected with each other and with Queen’s wherever they are in the world! Tune in live or stream Campus Beat worldwide at www.cfrc.ca!
February 7th– Dr. Ciara Bracken-Roche, a recent PhD graduate from the Department of Sociology (and current Postdoctoral Fellow in Criminology at the University of Ottawa) shares insights, advice, and encouraging remarks about preparing for, successfully finishing, and moving forward after the PhD thesis defence. Dr. Bracken-Roche visited us after giving a presentation entitled “Navigating Canadian Drone Space: A Sociological Analysis of the Stakeholders, Narratives, and Policy Shaping Canadian Unmanned Systems,” on January 24th 2018 in the Queen’s University Surveillance Studies Centre Seminar Series.
Professor Sam McKegney and PhD Candidate Sarah Kent joined us on Campus Beat, CFRC 101.9 FM to discuss grad studies, grad life and the new MPhil program in the Queen’s University Department of English. Tune in to Campus Beat each Wednesday at 5 PM EST! Check out the website at www.cfrc.ca
February 7th Episode