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Vol 40  No 1
August 9, 2007


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Papers & Presentations

Dr. Robert Greenwood, director, The Harris Centre, gave the following presentations: May 15, Developing an Immigration Research Agenda for Newfoundland and Labrador, at the fourth annual Atlantic Metropolis Centre Retreat, St. John’s; May 22, The Harris Centre: Connecting Memorial University to Regional Opportunity in Newfoundland and Labrador, presentation to St. John’s North-West Rotary; May 26, with Ted Lomond, Linking Memorial to the Community, presentation to Newfoundland and Labrador Regional Economic Development Association, Pan-Provincial Meeting, Grand Falls – Windsor; June 6, New Governance for Rural/Urban Linkages, an invited presentation to Business Retention and Expansion International Conference, Regina; June 12, Communities and Regions in Transition: Lessons in Strategies and Structures for Policy and Practice, an invited presentation, Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, Policy Forum: Communities/Regions in Transition: International Experience, Lessons Learned and Best Practices, Toronto; July 3, The Harris Centre: Linking Memorial University to the Community, presentation to Isthmus Joint Towns, Norman’s Cove; July 13, Developing the Regional Imagination: A National Workshop on Rural-Urban Interaction, co-chair with David Crombie, Canadian Urban Institute, Toronto; and July 26, Rural and Regional Development in Newfoundland and Labrador: How Can We Move Forward?, a presentation to St. John’s Rotary.

Dr. Lynda Younghusband, assistant professor in the Counselling Centre, presented a paper at the Canadian Association of College and University Student Services (CACUSS) conference in Saskatoon in June 2007. The topic was Building a Bridge between the Counselling Centre and the International Student Advisory Centre.

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