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The Campus Across the Way: A Lifetime at the University of Saskatchewan

Posted on 2017-11-02 in Events
Nov 20, 2017

Robert Calder

The University as a Cultural Institution
The second of four talks sponsored by the Humanities Research Unit

The Campus Across the Way: A Lifetime at the University of Saskatchewan
by Robert Calder

Wednesday, Nov. 20
4:00 pm
Arts 241
Reception to follow at the University Club

Professor Emeritus Robert Calder (BA'64, MA'65) will describe his experiences at the U of S both as a student in the 1960s and as a faculty member for more than four decades. He will outline ways in which the University has progressed as a learning and research institution but also suggest ways that new generations of faculty members face systemic impediments to their work.

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