Brian Schefke, 2007-08 Foreign Affairs, Canada Graduate Research Grant recipient, graduate student, History “A Naturalists’ Empire: Natural History and Imperialism in the Oregon Country, 1778-1853” Advisor: Bruce Hevly, History
Katie Leach-Kemon, 2007-08 FLAS Fellow, graduate student, Department of Global Health “Increasing the Effectiveness of Foreign Aid to African Countries: How Can the USAID Learn from the Canadian International Development Agency?”
Our two respondents — Patrick James (left), Professor, International Relations, Director, International Studies, University of Southern California and President, Association for Canadian Studies in the US; and Don Alper, Professor, Political Science, Director, Center for Canadian-American Studies and Border Policy Research Institute, Western Washington University.
Student presenters with Don Alper and Patrick James.
Mihyun Seol, College of Forest Resources, Symposium Co-Chair “Canada – A Global Leader of Forest Certification” Advisor: Ivan Eastin
Susan Albrecht, International Studies, Research Assistant for Anne Goodchild, Civil and Environmental Engineering “New Models for Port Development at Prince Rupert, British Columbia: Changing Logistics Practices in a Continental Transportation System”
Li Leung, graduate student, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering “Analysis of Very Long Border Delays at the Blaine, Washington International Border Crossing” Advisor: Anne Goodchild, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Julia Colleen Miller, 2008-09 FLAS Fellow, Dane-Zaa, graduate student, Linguistics “The Phonetics of Lexical Tone in Dane-Zaa: An instrumental Analysis of an Endangered First Nations Language” Advisor: Sharon Hargus, Linguistics