Students Research Forum
J. Parish (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 27 Jan 1997 07:30:41 GMT
The McMaster Anthropology Society is hosting its first annual Students
Research Forum. The aim of the forum is to have undergraduate and graduate
students present their past or current research to an audience comprised of
their colleagues. We invite you to attend this great event. It is free and
is being held Saturday, February 8, 1997 in the Health Science Centre Rm. 1A4
on the McMaster Campus. The tentative itinerary for the day follows:
1997 Students Research Forum Tentative Programme as per Jan. 20
9:00 Doughnuts and coffee at entrance of HSC 1A4
9:30 Introductions and welcome
9:45 Paul Zita, undergraduate student at McMaster University - Hard Times
on the Northwest Coast: Deer Phalanx Marrow Extraction at Namu, B.C.
10:05 Mark Tovey, second degree student at University of Western Ontario -
The Relationship Between Ethnic Language Retention and Urban Living in Canada
10:25 Maryanne Pearce, undergraduate student at University of Waterloo -
Untangling the Web and Weaving Anew: Feminism and Goddesses in the
10:45 Coffee Break. Refreshments and snacks provided by M.A.S.
11:00 Patricia Smith, graduate student at McMaster University -
When Small Pots Speak, The Stories They Can Tell
11:20 Andrea Kleinhuber, undergraduate student at McMaster University -
Street Youths and HIV/AIDS
11:40 Brett Ellen Basbaum, undergraduate student at McMaster University -
The Norplant Trials: Prescription for Catastrophe
12:00 Lunch. Refreshments and food provided by the M.A.S.
1:00 Frank F. Scherer, undergraduate student at York University,
Founders College - Ignoble Archives: Chinese Immigration and the Cuban Census
1:20 Cathy Crinnion, graduate student at McMaster University -
A Smile Tells a Thousand Words: An Analysis of Enamel Hypoplasia at the
1:40 Pariss Garramone, undergraduate student at McMaster University -
Ecological Conflicts in India
2:00 Coffee Break. Refreshments and snacks provided by the M.A.S.
2:20 Cameron Griffith, Assistant Director of Belize Valley
Archaeological Reconnaissance - Preliminary Investigations at Actun Tunichil
Muknal in Western Belize
2:40 James Huffman, graduate student at Trent University - Culture Change
at the Early Immediate/Middle Horizon Interface in the North Coast of Peru
3:00 Rae Yates, undergraduate student at McMaster University - Development:
A Global System of Improvement But Not For Women
3:20 Closing remarks, upcoming events and complimentary close
Directions to the University:
>From Toronto, Oakville, Burlington
Take Highway 403 west to the Main Street West exit. At the traffic lights at
the top of the ramp turn left and then immediately right onto Newton Avenue.
Continue to King Street. Cross King Street on to Sterling Street and proceed
up Sterling to the McMaster Campus.
>From St. Catharines and the Niagara Peninsula
Follow the Queen Elizabeth Way over the Skyway Bridge as though going to
Toronto. Take Highway 403 towards Hamilton and exit as described above in the
directions coming from Toronto.
Take Highway 8 to the town of Dundas. Proceed along King Street straight
through the town and this will become Highway 102 (Cootes Drive). Just after
entering the City of Hamilton there is an exit on the right for the west
campus of McMaster University.
>From Brantford and London
>From Brantford travel east on Highway 2 until Highway 403. Take Highway 403
to the Aberdeen Street exit. Proceed along Longwood Road heading north to
King Street. Turn left at King Street and go to the second traffic light.
For entrance to the East Campus turn right on to Sterling Street and proceed
along Sterling to McMaster University.
Any further information needed can be obtained from us at:
McMaster Anthropology Society
Rm. 524 Chester New Hall