TSAS Workshop – March 7, 2019

TSAS EVENT

This spring we will hold the semi-annual TSAS Workshop in conjunction with Carleton University’s, Faculty of Public Affairs Research Month. The workshop will feature a dramatically new format: It will feature 7-8 short presentation, by TSAS Affiliated Researchers highlighting key findings from their TSAS funded research.

These “5 minute Thesis style” presentations will be followed by 4 breakout groups, which will hold fish-bowl style conversations in which the speakers, matched with representatives from TSAS’s government partners, will facilitate a high-level conversation about the subtopics. This format is intended to facilitate questions and dialogue amongst all participants.

The day will conclude with a return to the larger group where all the breakout groups can share summary results of the discussion.

Speakers list includes:

Christian Leuprecht, Queen’s University / Royal Military College
Logan McNair, Simon Fraser University
Michael Nesbitt, University Calgary
Barbara Perry, University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Jeffrey Ian Ross, University of Baltimore
Rachel Schmidt, Carleton University

Open to TSAS Affiliates and employees of relevant federal, provincial and municipal agencies. There is no cost to attend. Lunch will be served.
Advanced Registration required. Registration is now open – spots remaining.

For registration please email Elizabeth Ford at ec2ford@uwaterloo.ca
If you are not a TSAS Affiliate please provide your full name, position and employer.

Various On Campus Parking options are available:
See side bar for Carleton University Campus Map.
P9 is a parking tower near RB with two levels of visitor parking which can fill up in the morning.
P3 and P5 are located near Athletics. They are outdoor lots open to visitors with no time restrictions.
P18 is a parking garage with no time restrictions but located far from RB. It is close to the Carleton tunnels if there is bad weather.
All of these lots have a daily maximum of $11.
There are also parking options, including within Richcraft Hall but these locations have 4 hour maximums at $14). All of the specific details can be found here.

March 7, 2019

Carleton University, Richcraft Hall, 2nd Floor Conference Room, Opening Plenary Session in RB 2228+RB 2224 off the Richcraft Atrium

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