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Student Research Forum

Convergences in Urban Education

We are excited about another year of interesting discussion about the critical issues surrounding urban education. If you are a graduate student conducting research in urban education, or you know someone who is, then Convergences is an ideal community for sharing your work and receiving feedback in an informal supportive environment.

The research that can be presented and shared by graduate students includes both their individual projects, and work that is connected to their supervisors' projects. We see this event as a great way to build a community of urban education researchers, as well as to allow graduate students to experience leading a presentation, and answering questions about the research in which they are involved. These forums will also allow the CUS community to stay in touch with each other's work in an on-going way.

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Convergences in Urban Education
First Convergences in Urban Education session for this academic year takes place on Wednesday, November 28th, 2012, from 4:00 - 5:30pm in room 11-164. 
This session features a panel presentation by Professor Lance McCready and a group of doctoral students entitled:

"That'll Learn Ya: Ethnoracial Young Men's Educational Choices in Canadian Urban Centres"

Come join the discussion and support the research at OISE.

Light refreshments will be available

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