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Release: Prominent Social Justice Activist to Deliver the 2010 Woodrow Lloyd Lecture
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-01-18)
Judy Rebick, a well-known social justice activist, educator, writer, and speaker will deliver the annual 2010 Woodrow Lloyd Lecture entitled, "Transforming Power: New paths to social and political change". The lecture will ...
Release: The Popular Coffee House Controversies Lecture Series Ends with "Canada, a Safe-Haven for Perpetrators of International Crimes?"
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-03-09)
The popular Coffee House Controversies lecture series, presented by the Faculty of Arts at the University of Regina, concludes for another semester. Ending the series is Dr. Nick Jones, assistant professor and police studies ...
Release: Canadian Author to Deliver Lecture on Public Relations Perversions from Tobacco to Climate Change
(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 ...
Release: Where are the People? Mapping Population
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-02-23)
Maps are often used to display census data such as simple population counts and socioeconomic factors such as age, structure, migration or unemployment rates. Dr. Julia Siemer, an assistant professor in the Department of ...
Release: Commercial Speech on Television in Canada: Stealth Advertising in Local Television News
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-01-27)
Dr. Gennadiy Chernov, a lecturer who teaches broadcast journalism and international media at the School of Journalism at the University of Regina, poses three thought-provoking questions in his study about commercial speech ...
Release: $1.2 Million Endowment Creates Awards for University of Regina Students
(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.
Release: Was Canada's Postwar Foreign Policy Guided by an Overarching Set of Altruistic Principles?
(External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-02-09)
The history of Canada's postwar foreign policy is dominated by Cold War narratives and a diplomatic self-image that casts as a global peacemaker and mediating middle power, says David Webster, assistant professor of ...