NEWS & EVENTS:
was awarded 2nd place for the Social Innovation Award at the
Annual Knowledge in Action Forum April 4th. Amber's project followed
digital storytelling that is part of the project "Mobilizing New Meanings
of Disability and Difference," involving Prof. Nadine Changfoot and Joëlle
Favreau of the YWCA Peterborough, Haliburton and Victoria. This award
spanned the more than fifty Fleming and Trent projects. The award speaks to
the value the judges saw in digital storytelling as a tool for social
change and for empowering the storytellers.
What Does McGuinty Stepping Down Mean to Peterborough?
Nadine Changfoot was asked to comment on the Ontario legislature proroguation. Click here to watch the interview on CHEX News.
Also, click here to read the article in the Peterborough Examiner.
Peterborough Examiner- October 2, 2012
"Former cabinet minister, Trent professor both see Justin Trudeau as charismatic,
exciting option for federal Liberal leadership"
Click on the Headline to read this Peterborough Examiner article with both Nadine Changfoot's and Andy Mitchell's comments.
Congratulations to Prof. Nadine Changfoot and Blair Cullen, a Trent alumni working on his MA at the Frost Centre, for having their article, “Why is Quebec Separatism Off the Agenda? Reducing National Unity Crisis in the Neoliberal Era,” Canadian Journal of Political Science/ Revue canadienne de science politique 44:4 (2011), 769-787, short listed for the 2012 Mcmenemy Prize by the Canadian Political Science Association. The winner will be announced at the CPSA Centennial Dinner in Edmonton on June 14. Congratulations and good luck!
See full story by clicking here.
Please join Halifax MP Megan Leslie and Chambly-Borduas MP Matthew Dub for a townhall discussion at Trent University on Thursday March 15th in LEC 201 at 6PM.
The discussion will pertain to the recent reports of electoral fraud are troublesome to all Canadians. The talk will centre around the questions of Canadian Government abiding to democratic standards of accountability and transparency, and what can we do to ensure that these standards are met?
All are welcome to attend.
Evan Senkiw has been awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award for Excellence in Teaching Assistance. This is fantastic news and the Political Studies department is extremely proud of Evan's accomplishment and grateful for his hard work and teaching excellence. The award was announced yesterday in Senate and is only awarded to a single person each year, so Evan should be very proud of this distinction. Please join the department in congratulating Evan for excellent work and a job well done!
Click here to read the article entitled "Not All Robocalls Mislead" in the Peterborough Examiner featuring POST Faculty member, Nadine Changfoot.
Department of Political Studies presents
The Lowdown on the Occupy Movements
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Lady Eaton College 201 (Lecture Hall)
Followed by a reception in Champlain Living Learning Commons (above the Seasoned Spoon).
Toronto Environmental Alliance
Toronto's leading environmental advocate and
"It's Not Easy Being Green: News from the
Ford's War on the Environment"
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Champlain Living Learning
Food will be provided.
Click on this link http://www.trentu.ca/about to hear Prof. Gavin Fridell on Trent's new radio ad. Scroll down and find the link on the right hand side of the page.
Click on the link below to view details about the viewing of the film "Eco-Pirate" which ReFrame will be viewing on November 4th.
facebook link: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=136514073117386
Click on this link to see the news story on Justin Trudeau's visit.
ALL CANDIDATES DEBATE
Here is a link that highlights this event:
In preparation for the upcoming Provincial Election the Trent University Politics Society organized an all Candidates debate where four local MP candidates from the Green, Liberal, NDP and Socialist parties answered students' questinos. Some prepared questions were asked of all 4 candidates followed by an open mic for anyone to ask questions or speak their mind.
This event took place in the Great Hall of Champlain College, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011 from 3pm to 5pm.
As a follow up to the talk by Dr. Trevor Norris, last November (see details below), Prof. Gavin Fridell had an interview with Dr. Norris at his book launch a while back. Click on link below:
A PUBLIC TALK BY DR. TREVOR NORRIS:
"CONSUMPTION OF THE POLITICAL: THE CHARACTER AND CONSEQUENCES OF CONSUMERISM"
NOVEMBER 4, 2010 AT 2PM.
Champlain College Living Learning Commons
(Above the Seasoned Spoon)
Click here to read Trevor Norris' interview in the Globe and Mail about KFC's new "Double Down".
Greenpeace Canada’s Climate and Energy Coordinator to Deliver Lecture at Trent January 21
Dave Martin to Discuss The Global Warming Crisis: A Copenhagen Post Mortem
After attending the Copenhagen Climate Conference in December, Greenpeace Canada’s climate and energy coordinator, Dave Martin, will share his thoughts on the global warming crisis with members of the Trent and Peterborough communities during a free, public lecture in the Great Hall of Trent University’s Champlain College on Thursday, January 21, 2010 at 7 p.m.
Mr. Martin’s lecture, entitled The Global Warming Crisis: A Copenhagen Post Mortem, is free and open to the public. Limited seating is available. To reserve a seat, please RSVP to Joanne Sokolowski at (705) 748-1011 x6162 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dave Martin has 25 years of experience working in the Canadian non-profit sector on environmental and disarmament issues. In particular, he has focussed on energy issues, including conservation, renewable technologies, nuclear power, nuclear weapons proliferation and climate change. He has acted as a researcher, policy analyst and campaigner for several environmental groups, has spoken on energy issues throughout North America, Europe and Asia, and has served as a consultant in regulatory hearings before the Ontario Environmental Assessment Board and the Ontario Energy Board. Mr. Martin was research director for the former Nuclear Awareness Project from 1996 to 2000, and was a policy advisor on energy issues for the Sierra Club of Canada from 2000 to 2004. He has served as climate and energy coordinator for Greenpeace Canada since July 2004.
The Global Warming Crisis: A Copenhagen Post Mortem is being presented by Trent University’s Politics Department and is cosponsored by: the Environmental & Resource Studies Program, International Development Studies, Canadian Studies, the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies, Champlain College, the Trent University Politics Society, the Kawartha World Issues Centre, and OPIRG.
Click here to see Professor Gavin Fridell on The Agenda with Steve Paikin: "Ethical Consumerism: Voting with Your Dollars"
TRENT MODEL UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE (2009)