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Thinking: Free Film Screening for Students

Posted in Students & Campus Life, Research, Scholarly & Artistic Work, College Vision
Jan 22, 2020

Thinking: An RSAW Collaboration Collider was created by the college in 2019, with 16 faculty members explaining their research, scholarly and artistic work on the theme of "thinking" in a series of two-minute films.

University of Saskatchewan (USask) students are invited to attend a free film screening of Thinking: An RSAW Collaboration Collider, hosted by the College of Arts and Science. Popcorn will be served.

Date: Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020
Time: 3 pm
Location: Arts 241 (Neatby-Timlin Theatre)

Thinking: An RSAW Collaboration Collider was created by the college in 2019, with 16 faculty members explaining their research, scholarly and artistic work (RSAW) on the theme of "thinking" in a series of two-minute films.

Following the film screening, a panel and question-and-answer event will take place, moderated by Dr. Jack Gray (PhD), Professor and Vice-Dean Research, Scholarly and Artistic Work.

Panelists will include Dr. Ron Borowsky (Department of Psychology), Dr. Steven Rayan (Department of Mathematics and Statistics), Dr. Bettina Spreng (Department of Linguistics), Professor Carla Orosz (Department of Drama), Dr. Jon Bath (Department of Art and Art History) and Professor Dean McNeill (Department of Music). 



 


This story aligns with the following Think Big – Be Bold: Arts and Science 2025 plan goals:

  Put Students First
  Excellence in RSAW
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