WIDEN UTSC on Noise

Our final WIDEN UTSC session of the 2012-13 season was on the theme of Noise, and we thought it was our strongest yet. We had three utterly different perspectives on the theme, a good, engaged audience, and a lively discussion following. You can watch the full session on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZjC3CIiMf4

On MAPS

Our second WIDEN UTSC session of the year is here – this time, we’re talking MAPS! NOVEMBER 22nd, 2012 11am-1pm in AA160.  (Please RSVP to barry.freeman@utoronto.ca by November 20th if you plan to attend.) Our illustrious presenters: Malcolm M. Campbell (Biological Sciences) “Can’t get there from here: Genome maps provide a different sort of direction” […]

WIDEN UTSC: On Flow

After a successful first year, WIDEN UTSC is back with the first event of the 2012-2013 season on the theme of “Flow”. WIDEN UTSC is a discussion forum showcasing the exciting research happening at UTSC and mixing together different disciplinary perspectives on a common theme. We hope that a forum like this will help break […]

WIDEN UTSC 2012-13 Dates

Following a successful inaugural year, WIDEN UTSC is gearing up for another full season of interdisciplinary chats! Our 2012-13 dates are: Monday 22 October 3-5pm Thursday 22 November 11am-1pm Monday 4 February 2-4pm Wednesday 13 March 11am-1pm All sessions will take place in UTSC’s New Council Chambers, room AA160. Our themes and speakers are still […]

On Work, March 19, 2012

March 19, 2012 at 2:30-4:00pm in AA160 Theme: WORK   Presenters: Annie (XiaoYu) Gong (sociology): “Money, Attitudes and Gender: An analysis of how gender-role attitudes and earnings affect the hours of housework” This paper uses the US General Social Survey (2002) to examine the relationship between the number of hours of housework done by each […]

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On Colour, February 27, 2012

Monday, February 27, 2:00-3:30pm Leigha Lee Browne Theatre, UTSC All welcome: Please RSVP to ctl-events @utsc.utoronto.ca Light refreshments served Directions to the Theatre: Walk down the third floor of the S-wing to the new part of the building, and enter the theatre by taking a left and going downstairs. Erin L. Webster, Art History (faculty) […]

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