Now Accepting Applications to
the 2017 Canadian Studies International Student Travel Prize! This year there
will be two awards to a maximum value of $2000 per student -- one undergraduate,
and one graduate. Find out more!
Also, Terms of the Carolyn Sarah Thomson Scholarship expanded in 2016!
Canadian Difference Project: Join the Conversation!
Find out more about the Project: Trent News.
Trent Launches School for the Study of Canada!
New school fuels dialogue and understanding of themes from sovereignty and nationalism to indigeneity and regionalism, more closely merging the Undergraduate and Graduate programs in Canadian Studies at Trent. Find out more: Trent News
Trent Hosted International Conference on the Study of Canada: Contesting Canada's Future May 2015
Keynote speakers included Maude
Barlow, Mary Simon, MiriamToews and Erica Lee http://www.trentu.ca/canadaconference2015/
MacLean's Magazine's politic editor, Paul Wells, Visits Trent: http://www.trentu.ca/newsevents/newsDetail.php?newsID=9150
Congratulations to Prof. Mark Dickinson, 2014 winner of the Symons Award for Teaching Excellence.
The Symons Award for Excellence in Teaching is named for Professor T.H.B. Symons, the Founding President of Trent University, and is made available through the generous support of Professor and Mrs. Symons.
The Award is presented each year to a member of the Trent faculty or staff (full-time or part-time) in recognition of outstanding teaching in the broadest sense and, in the words of Professor Symons, "exemplary concern for students." http://www.trentu.ca/newsevents/newsDetail.php?newsID=7017
Prof. Dimitry Anastakis, Chair Canadian Studies, 2014 recipient of the Hagley Award for
best book in business history by the Business History Conference and the Hagley Museum and Library of Wilmington, Delaware.
Anastakis named 2014 recipient of Halgey Award
2013-14 Marked the 40th anniversary of Canadian Studies at Trent -- find out more about our anniversary events:
CBC Radio Interview Follow up to 2013 Northern Field Course : July 23 2013, Dr. Allice Legat
Canadian Studies Hosts Roberta Bondar Fellow, Dr. Allice Legat.
Canadian Studies in the News
May 10, 2018: Unidentified Lights in the Sky is a Canadian Phenomena Too: Student Students Shares UFO Research
March 19, 2018: What’s On at Trent University - Week of March 19
February 06, 2018: What's On at Trent University - Week of February 6, 2018
December 04, 2017: What's On at Trent University-Week of Dec 4
November 27, 2017: What's On at Trent University
October 03, 2017: Celebrating Student Scholarship and Experiences in Trent's School for the Study of Canada
August 02, 2017: Trent Ph.D. Candidate Joins Future Leaders Making a Positive Difference in the World
July 17, 2017: Trent Prof's Groundbreaking New Book Wins National Award
June 09, 2017: Research by Trent Prof and Grad Student Rallies for Climate Change Planning
May 11, 2017: Trent Centre for Aging & Society Members Present to Global Audience in Austria
May 09, 2017: New Book by Trent University History Professor Demystifies the Phenomenon of Canada’s “Unusual” Prime Minister
April 07, 2017: Discussing the North, Natural Resources, and the Ocean’s ‘Faux’ Diamonds
March 20, 2017: Outstanding Teachers at Trent University Honoured at Celebration of Teaching Excellence
February 17, 2017: Michael Lista: Margaret Laurence Writer-in-Residence Fellow at Trent University
January 25, 2017: Join the Conversation: The Canadian Difference Project
Opportunities for Students
Parliamentary Internship Programme:
Parliamentary Guide Summer Jobs: Apply online
Ontario Museum Association (OMA) Discounted Student Memberships now available for $20.00 !
Juno Beach Guide Program, various job application dates: more info
CBC Radio Gzowski Internships
Odyssey Language Internship
Ontario Legislature Internship Programme