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The following is the Center's 2010-2011 Photo Album. The album includes photographs of our many courses, event, awards, etc. that occur throughout the year. Welcome to the many bright faces that make our Center so vibrant and welcoming to the UW and Seattle community!
October 2010 - Gregory Johnsen, 2010-2011 Killam Fellow
Gregory Johnsen, 2010-11 Killam Fellow (Economics/International Studies) with Vancouver inukshuk
October 2010 - Canadian author and historian, Charlotte Gray
In October, Sion Romaine, UW Canadian Studies Librarian, Kathleen Collins, Reference and Instruction Librarian (far left); and Jennifer Sundheim, Library Collections, UW Tacoma Library (second from left) were guests at the Canadian Consulate to hear Canadian author and historian, Charlotte Gray, read from her new book, Gold Diggers: Striking it Rich in the Yukon.
October 2010 - Management Committee for Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Program
At the end of October, Nadine Fabbi (front left) met with members of the Management Committee for the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies (EDST) program, University of British Columbia at the beautiful West Coast Wilderness Lodge on the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia. The committee oversees the development of the EDST program. The program is dedicated to improving educational practice at all levels.
February 2011 - Twenty Social Work students travel to Canada!
UW Social Work class tours the Strathcona Employment Assistance Services
UW Social Work class after a tour of Vancouver's Chinatown.
February 2011 - Ten Things You Should Know about the Canadian Economy
Paul Storer and Debra Glassman, Faculty Director of the Global Business Center. Paul Storer gave a presentation on "Ten Things You Should Know about the Canadian Economy."
Over 100 Foster School of Business students attended Professor Storer's lecture on the Canada-US trade relationship.
Students from the 2009 Task Force on Arctic Sovereignty - Emily Epsten and Stephen Printz - are teaching in Spain and traveled to Italy together this past December.
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|University of Washington|
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