The inaugural York University Graduate Student Research Conference in the Social Sciences and Humanities (GSRC), titled “Visions, Collaborations, & Transformations”, will feature two high-profile speakers during a two-day event, April 6 and 7. The conference, which is a special multidisciplinary event that aims to connect participants within the social science communities at York University and beyond, will present Kent Monkman as the keynote speaker, and Eddy Robinson as a guest speaker.
In addition to the featured speakers, the event will host an exciting Panel on April 7 from 9:15 to 10am titled “Putting Your Research To Work”. It includes Michael Johnny and Krista Jensen (Knowledge Mobilization Unit, York University), Carolyn Steele (Career Centre, York University) and a number of graduate students (to be announced).
Registration for the Graduate Student Research Conference is now open. For more background on the event, visit this story.
For the full event program and the conference details, visit gsrc.info.yorku.ca.
The event is a pay-what-you-can admission (a suggested donation of $15 to $20), and registration includes two light breakfasts, two lunches, as well as a reception at The Underground on April 6. Registration also includes entry to panel sessions, Kent Monkman’s keynote address, Eddy Robinson’s speech and performance, as well as, the innovative and open space sessions.
Register online at gsrc.info.yorku.ca/registration.
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