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Photo credit: Woodland Cultural Centre

In March 2023, the Tri-University Graduate Program in History (Tri-U) was excited to learn that the Woodland Cultural Centre (WCC) announced Heather George’s appointment as their new executive director. Heather is a PhD candidate in history at the University of Waterloo supervised by Dr. Susan Roy. Heather is Kanien’kehá:ka and Euro-Canadian, her father’s family are from Akwesasne, along the St. Lawrence River.

The Tri-University History conference organizers are pleased to announce that Dr. Lukasz Krzyzanowski will provide the keynote address during the March 12 virtual conference.

Dr. Krzyzanowski’s presentation is entitled, “Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Power Relations in Polish Villages during the German Occupation and the Holocaust.”  

"An outstanding doctoral candidate in History, Rebecca MacAlpine is a dedicated, disciplined, and thoughtful student, and she brings those same characteristics to her roles as TA, instructor, and most recently departmental TA Mentor and Coordinator."