It’s that time of year again . . . RDC students presenting their work during the Student Perspectives Conference. This year, there are 50 student presenters. Sessions include research in psychology involving the brain, romantic relationships, birth order, bullying, pscyhological disorders, and treatment programs; research in philosophy involving computer-consciousness, realism, and the definition of science; research in history including British political fring parties, early Canadian and native history; research in sociology involving gender stereotypes and the media, religious subjugation, and applied learning experiences; and English presentations on science-fiction, poetry, Shakespeare, and original creative writing projects as well as many more.
Visit www.rdc.ab.ca/humss for complete schedule and details.
Everyone is welcome to attend the free conference sessions! It’s a great opportunity for presenters to share their best work, and for audience members to experience the diversity of research and work that goes on in the Bachelor of Arts program at RDC.