The graduating class of Knowledge Integration students will be presenting "flash talks" about their senior research projects, followed by the opportunity for individual discussions. Forming the capstone of their four-year undergraduate career, these projects represent an exciting synthesis of the diverse disciplines the students have explored through this one-of-a-kind interdisciplinary program.
Indigenous Clean Energy in Canada - Leadership, Self-Determination, and Next Steps
Veiled Muslim Women: Challenging patriarchy in the Canadian legal system
KI-X (n): Knowledge Integration eXhibition; a convergence of disciplines, teaching methods and creative minds in an exhibition of topical, object-centric displays.
Congratulations to Hannah James, first year KI student, on being awarded the Dean of Environment’s Scholarship for Excellence.
For Hannah's profile and more information about this award, please see: Meet our 2015 Dean of Environment’s Scholarship for Excellence winners
We're glad that she chose to join the KI community!
Professor Katie Plaisance, and KI students Georgia Lamarre, Akanksha Madan, and Shane Morganstein have been awarded a Learning Innovation and Teaching Enhancement (LITE) grant for "Breaking Down Barriers: A Student-Led Conference in Interdisciplinary Collaboration".
The LITE Grants are intended to provide support for experimenting with and investigating innovative approaches to enhancing teaching that aim to foster deep student learning at the university.