Topic: Faculty News

Québec Has a Film Industry? Mais Oui!

June 30, 2010

Posted by: Jay-Kwon Park

by Natalie Debray Natalie Debray is a lecturer in the Department of Communication at the University of Washington. Although the Québec film, Barbarians Invasions, won an Oscar for Best Foreign

First Nations Food Sovereignty

June 30, 2010

Posted by: Jay-Kwon Park

Charlotte Coté, American Indian Studies, is currently researching Native food sovereignty issues. Her plan is to research how Canadian First Nations and other indigenous groups are making a strong effort

Managing the Canada-U.S. Border

June 30, 2010

Posted by: Jay-Kwon Park

Anne Goodchild, Civil and Environmental Engineering, presented a paper written with graduate student Matt Klein at the Seminar on Canada-U.S. Border Management Policy Issues, which was sponsored by the Border

Linguistics Symposium on Romance Languagesg/Arctic seas.

June 30, 2010

Posted by: Jay-Kwon Park

by Julia Herschensohn, Chair, Linguistics; Organizing Committee Member, Linguistics Symposium Dr. Herschensohn’s research focuses on second language acquisition. She argues that language acquisition is not simply derived through communicative experience,

Improving Education for Toronto’s Diverse Students

September 29, 2009

Posted by: Jay-Kwon Park

Annette Henry is a Professor of Education at UW Tacoma specializing in multicultural and multilingual education.   Based upon an urgent need to improve education for Toronto’s diverse students, York

Field Course to Québec

March 31, 2009

Posted by: Jay-Kwon Park

Fritz Wagner, Landscape Architecture (center), with students

by Fritz Wagner, Professor Fritz Wagner is Research Professor and Chair of the Department of Landscape Architecture and manages the Northwest Center for Livable Communities in the College of Built

Canadian and Korean Arctic Interests

March 31, 2009

Posted by: Jay-Kwon Park

Vlad Kaczinski (center) with Jung-Keuk Kang (left), President, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute

by Vladimir Kaczynski Vladimir M. Kaczynski, School of Marine Affairs, is an affiliated faculty of the Center. Each fall he teaches a Jackson School of International Studies course, Comparative Marine