Congratulations: Think out of the Box Award Winners Congratulations to our 2014 Think out of the Box Award Winners! Katheryn Chandler and Eng Sengsavang.
Brown Bag Lunch: Panel on doctoral program experience after the MACL Program Event: Panel of five Master of Arts in Children’s Literature alumni who have gone on to doctoral programs in children’s literature/ media/ and education-related areas – at UBC, at Simon Fraser University, and in England: Place: Ike Barber Learning Centre, Room 461 Date: Thursday, November 13th from 12 to 1 pm Bring your lunch
Lecture Series: BC Treaty-Making in the Twenty-First Century A history of the treaty process between the BC governments and First Nations in the 21st Century by one of Canada’s leading historians and 2014 Killam Prize Winner Jim Miller. When: October 20th, 2014 Time: 4:00 pm Where: Irving K. Barber Learning Centre IBLC 182 Jim Miller Killam Laureate talk announcement Oct 20 2014 final
MACL Theses Roundup: Congrats to Recent Defenders! January to September 2014 saw a large number of Master of Arts in Children’s Literature students successfully defend their theses.
Fall 2014 Colloquim Series – Talk by Jennifer Preece Citizen Science: Information, Technology and People By Dr. Jennifer Preece Professor and Dean, University of Maryland Wednesday, September 24, 2014 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
MLIS Alumna Receives 2014 Robert Munsch Award Congratulations to Nadine Lincoln, MLIS '14, who is the recipient of the 2014 Robert Munsch Award, for her paper "Spunky Female Protagonists in Munsch Narratives."
iSchool Director Recipient of ASIS&T SIG SI Best Social Informatics Paper Award Congratulations to Director Caroline Haythornthwaite, who has received the 2013 Best Social Informatics Paper Award from the Association for Information Science and Technology Special Interest Group for Social Informatics (ASIS&T SIG SI). The award is shared with the paper's lead author, Dr. Nama Raj Budhathoki.
ACA@UBC – Save the date! The Association of Canadian Archivists Student Chapter at the University of British Columbia (UBC) is delighted to present its seventh annual international Seminar and Symposium, Professional Education and Archives: What Does the Future Require? which will be held at UBC in on February 11-13, 2015.
MACL Alumna has Thesis Published by Scholastic Congratulations to MACL alumna Stacey Matson, who has had her thesis published by Scholastic. Stacey’s creative thesis is entitled, “A Year in the Life of a Total and Complete Genius.”
MLIS Alum Awarded Funding from CIHR MLIS alum and current Interdisciplinary Studies PhD Candidate Devon Greyson has been awarded Knowledge Translation funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (Institute of Gender and Health) for a project titled, "Theatre-based Knowledge Exchange with Early-Age Parents and Community Stakeholders."