A Trent-led project is to develop, for the first time, a uniform systematic way to survey amphibian populations across Canada, and shed light on factors associated with the presence, or more importantly, the absence of amphibians. To assess the declining...
The Trent Philosophy Society, the university’s oldest undergraduate society, added another successful event to their year with the Philosophy Symposium held at Traill College on Saturday, March 28. Approximately 40 attendees gathered in Bagnani Hall to listen to six Trent...
An event called ‘Suds ‘N Speakers’ was held on March 26 at the Trend. Where “some of Trent’s Post-Doctoral scholars” came to talk about “exciting research that is taking place at Trent,” as advertised in the poster. A total of...
This summer, two Trent students will be returning to the Yukon to continue their research on arctic hares. Melanie Boudreau, a student in the second year of her PhD, and Jacob Seguin, currently in his fourth year of his undergraduate...
The Trent Northern Studies Colloquium is pleased to welcome everyone out to our one day event, showcasing the Canadian North! Each academic year students and faculty at Trent University come together for a one-day event dedicated to showcasing, discussing, and...
An interdisciplinary conference on the history of the welfare state this weekend will celebrate the career of Canadian Studies professor James Struthers. The Future History of the Welfare State will be held March 6 and 7, 2015, at Catherine Parr...
The Jack Matthews Fellowship, created in 2008, honours the contributions that Jack Matthews made to Lakefield College School, Trent University and The Canadian Canoe Museum. The fellow is chosen based on three criteria: how they bring relevant perspective to the...
As a PhD candidate at the University of Western Ontario, I regularly conduct research related to my interests and areas of study. For a graduate research seminar, part of my research project takes a close look at the role...
At the 441st meeting of the Trent University Senate in January, the Senate voted to approve approve a proposal for an Master  of Arts program in Arts Administration. The proposal was based on research from a working group established in...
Love! Is it objective, subjective, or even dangerous? With its sea of connotations one would ever wonder, ‘what is love?’ The month of February reminds everyone to once again ponder upon the topic of love. But, it is such that...