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  • University of Regina, Faculty of Arts, Office of the Dean (2009-05-19)
    The Weekly Bulletin is circulated to faculty members, staff, and student representatives in the Faculty of Arts, and many others inside and outside the University of Regina. It aims to present a weekly snapshot of academic ...
  • University of Regina, Faculty of Arts, Office of the Dean (Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, 2009-05-26)
    The Weekly Bulletin is circulated to faculty members, staff, and student representatives in the Faculty of Arts, and many others inside and outside the University of Regina. It aims to present a weekly snapshot of academic ...
  • University of Regina, Faculty of Arts, Office of the Dean (Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, 2009-06-02)
    The Weekly Bulletin is circulated to faculty members, staff, and student representatives in the Faculty of Arts, and many others inside and outside the University of Regina. It aims to present a weekly snapshot of academic ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2014-02-19)
    Reading Week means a break from classes, but not a break from work for students in the Faculty of Arts who are taking part in the Arts CARES program.
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2013-10-21)
    The Faculty of Arts is launching a new series of talks for Arts students wondering how to transition their degrees into a rewarding career path. The ‘Backpack to Briefcase’ series of informal lunchtime talks will bring ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2011-02-07)
    Dr. Thomas Hadjistavropoulos, a research chair and professor of psychology in the Faculty of Arts, is a leading authority on pain assessment in dementia and the director of two world-class research facilities at the ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2011-11-24)
    Open Minds Lecture Series on November 28 to debate whether multiculturalism is of benefit to Canadian society.
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2014-01-30)
    In her delivery of the 2013-14 Dr Gordon Wicijowski Law Foundation of Saskatchewan Chair in Police Studies Lecture, Karyn McCluskey, director of the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit, will discuss how Scotland, at a time ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2014-02-26)
    When students arrive at the University of Regina, they are faced with one of the most important choices of their lives: what should they study?
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2014-02-10)
    The Woodrow Lloyd lecture is presented annually by the Faculty of Arts to recognize the outstanding contributions of former Saskatchewan Premier Woodrow Lloyd to the fields of education and social welfare. This year’s ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-10-21)
    Due to the generosity of a former Regina resident, William Borden Ingram, dozens of University of Regina students will receive financial support.
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2013-02-06)
    Activist and community organizer Ann Livingston will deliver the 2013 Woodrow Lloyd Lecture on Wednesday, February 6, 2013, at 7:30 p.m. in the Classroom Building (CL 112) at the University of Regina.
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2005-04-27)
    Home-schooled students and adult learners who lack high school diplomas will find it easier to qualify for financial assistance when the faculties of Arts, Fine Arts and Social Work begin offering them direct entry into ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2007-09-24)
    Men are better at math and science. Women are natural caregivers. These may sound like stereotypical statements – but are they, at least in part, true?
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2005-04-07)
    Students, parents, staff, administrators and faculty from Winston Knoll Collegiate and the University of Regina celebrated a success today at a thank you breakfast for the "UR X-celerated" program that has operated at the ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-02-02)
    Canadian author Richard Littlemore will talk about the use of public relations to create fear, uncertainty, and doubt about the health hazards of tobacco and the existence of climate change during his lecture "Miscommunicating ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2009-02-12)
    Censorship of the arts occurs in many forms, from government-enforced restrictions on what can be read or viewed to community-based rejection of certain subject matter. What one person thinks should be censored, another ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2005-07-13)
    Thomas Chase has been appointed dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Regina. Chase replaces Robin Fisher, who has served as dean since 2002.
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2005-09-09)
    The Faculty of Arts' popular Coffee House Controversies series begins its new season on Thursday, September 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Chapters bookstore behind the Southland Mall (2625 Gordon Road).
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2006-11-22)
    Aboriginal people experience higher rates of infectious and chronic disease, higher rates of poverty and unemployment, lower levels of education, lower incomes, higher rates of domestic violence and higher incarceration ...