ARC 2019

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Add to Calendar 03/27/2019 09:00 am 03/27/2019 04:30 pm America/Edmonton ARC 2019

The Ambrose Research Conference (ARC) is an annual showcase of student, faculty and alumni research. ARC is open to the public: it's a great chance to see our students and faculty in action and to discover and support emerging scholars.

Come hear conference papers and browse poster exhibits from disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and theology. 

Ambrose Research Conference 2019
Join us at the Ambrose Research Conference on March 27, 2019 at 9:00am-4:30pm

The theme of ARC 2019 is Uncharted: Conversations on the Hinterlands. What topics in your discipline remain untapped or underexplored? What knowledge exists beyond what we commonly see or converse about, that may inspire new thoughts, ideas, or generations? Where might we push the boundaries of such conversations? ARC 2019 invites you to consider such conversations on the hinterland; to highlight potential challenges and points of convergence within and across disciplines as we engage in new, uncharted conversations.

Register Today

For more information visit Ambrose Research Conference.

Canada

The Ambrose Research Conference (ARC) is an annual showcase of student, faculty and alumni research. ARC is open to the public: it's a great chance to see our students and faculty in action and to discover and support emerging scholars.

Come hear conference papers and browse poster exhibits from disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and theology. 

Ambrose Research Conference 2019
Join us at the Ambrose Research Conference on March 27, 2019 at 9:00am-4:30pm

The theme of ARC 2019 is Uncharted: Conversations on the Hinterlands. What topics in your discipline remain untapped or underexplored? What knowledge exists beyond what we commonly see or converse about, that may inspire new thoughts, ideas, or generations? Where might we push the boundaries of such conversations? ARC 2019 invites you to consider such conversations on the hinterland; to highlight potential challenges and points of convergence within and across disciplines as we engage in new, uncharted conversations.

Register Today

For more information visit Ambrose Research Conference.