Minor Thriving: The “Strange Proliferation” of Illegal Farmers on the Galapagos Islands
September 28, 2018
Part one in a fall speaker series presented by the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, featuring Duke University's Paolo Bocci. Bocci is a cultural anthropologist specializing in citizenship, agriculture and conservation in Ecuador.
Immerse yourself in live research creation projects and get a glimpse into the many public offerings available at the Oral History Association’s annual conference, hosted by the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling.
Building on the momentum and impact of last year’s hub, Concordia University invites you to the Fall 2017 U.lab Social Innovation Hub. The aim is to create fertile ground for community-based social innovation. Share in a collaborative space of learning, dialogue and innovation with diverse individuals and groups from a variety of sectors across Montreal, and a global network of over 75,000 changemakers.
Join us to “learn how to create profound innovation in a time of disruptive change by leading from an emerging future”.
A new literature review may help reveal the mechanisms behind kidney disease
Concordia researchers spotlight how Drosophila melanogaster – aka the common fruit fly – can be used to model human renal function.