You are invited to attend the first-ever Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Day sponsored by the Faculties of Law, Music and Information and Media Studies (FIMS). This event features graduate students on each panel, and faculty moderators/speakers.
March 3, 2017
9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Music Building, Western University (rooms 227 and 140)
#FIMULAW Research Day is an interdisciplinary event showcasing the work of graduate students in the faculties of Music, Information and Media Studies, and Law. It will feature three panel presentations (Contemporary Culture and Conflict, Information Ownership, and Understandings of Data), lightning talks, and poster presentations from graduate students in each of the three faculties. The day will culminate in a faculty panel discussion about the value and challenges of interdisciplinary research. This event is free, no pre-registration required, and lunch will be provided. Drop-ins are welcome for individual panels.
9:30-10:00 Coffee Break/Registration *No pre-registration required
10:00 Welcoming Remarks & Breakdown of the day
10:15-10:25 Musical Research Performance
10:25-10:35 First Set of Lightning Talks
10:35-11:20 Panel 1 (Contemporary Culture and Conflict)
11:20-11:35 Coffee Break
11:35-12:20 Panel 2 (Understandings of Data)
12:20-1:30 Lunch Break with Poster Presentations (Room 140)
1:35-1:45 Musical Research Performance
1:45-2:00 Second set of Lightning Talks
2:00-2:45 Panel 3 (Information Ownership)
2:45-3:30 Final Faculty Panel (on interdisciplinarity)
3:30 Closing Remarks – Dr. Mark Daley, Associate Vice President, Research, Western University
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