Trent University Oshawa Invites the Public to Research Day Presentations


“Explore, Diverge, Preserve,” the theme of the day on April 12

Friday, April 8, 2011, Oshawa

Trent University Oshawa Thornton Road Campus faculty, students and staff will welcome the public to a day of stimulating research presentations by faculty and students for Trent Oshawa Research Day on Tuesday, April 12, 2011, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 55 Thornton Road South at no charge.

Sessions will include topics and presentations such as: Dreaming and Spirits; Excavating Mayan Ruins; Psychopathic Traits; Music Aesthetics and the Internet; Canada, Bermuda and the Age of Liberty; Frontier Myths and Video Games; Psychological Implications of Children's Narratives; The Free-Verse Ghazal in Canada; and Blogging as Education.

Lunch at a modest cost will be available. There will be free parking.

Highlights of the Day:

  9:00 a.m.       Registration Begins
  9:30 a.m.       Welcome Remarks
  9:45 a.m.       Session One: “Back to the Future in Diverse Ways”
11:15 a.m.       Session Two: “Blogging for Grades: Blogs in the
                         Classroom Environment”
  1:10 p.m.       Session Three: “Research in Action”
  2:15 p.m.       Session Four: “Mind Matters”
  3:50 p.m.       Forum Discussion
  4:30 p.m.       Closing Remarks

For a full schedule and session details, visit:

To RSVP, please call the Trent Oshawa Office: 905-435-5100 or email:


For more information, please contact: Amber Ashton, administrative secretary, 905-435-5100 ext. 5005,