Annual Economics Symposium
The Department of Economics will hold its 3rd annual Economics Research Symposium Sept. 20 from 9 am-4 pm. Guest speakers include Prof. Angela Reddish from University of British Columbia and Prof. Robert Oxoby, University of Calgary. For information or to register, phone 966-5197, or visit the department website.
Nurses and Justice
Custody and Caring: International Conference on the Nurse's Role in the Criminal Justice System, a biennial conference, will be held Oct. 1-4 at the Delta Bessborough Hotel. The event will focus on work life and clinical issues unique to nurses. For info or to register, contact Denise Nowoselski at 966-8365 or visit http://usuask.ca/nursing/cne/conference.html
Balance Disorders, Falls
Balance Disorders, Dizziness and Falls: Evaluation, Treatment and Evidence conference will take place Oct. 4 & 5 at the Quality Hotel, Saskatoon, sponsored by Continuing Physical Therapy Education at the U of S. A pre-conference course - Vestibular Rehabilitation - will be held Oct. 2 & 3. For information or to register, contact Pat Tremaine at 966-2043.
Obesity: New Prescriptions for the Canadian Epidemic will be held Oct. 17 at the Quality Hotel, Saskatoon. Guest speaker is Dr. Glenn Berall, Chief of Paediatrics, North York General Hospital and Medial Head, Feeding Diagnostic Clinic, Bloorview MacMillan Centre, Toronto. For more information, contact Continuing Medical Education & Professonal Development at 966-7795.
The Gwenna Moss Teaching & Learning Centre and the College of Graduate Studies present the 2nd annual Best Practices in Graduate Supervision conference Sept. 26-27 in Commerce 18. This year's event focuses on issues of intellectual property and knowledge transfer. For more information, go to www.usask.ca/tlc/ or contact Rob or Corinne at 966-2231.
The University of Saskatchewan will host the sixth CASTS Conference (Canadian Aboriginal Science & Technology Society) Sept. 18-20. The theme is 'Integration of Science, Technology & Traditional Knowledge in Today's Environment'. Speakers include former Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar. For info. contact Philip McCloskey at 966-5533 or e-mail: email@example.com