The Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (LA&PS) is celebrating the second year of DARE, a project that provides undergraduate students the opportunity to engage in research directly supervised by professors. They will each receive $5,000, and will work on their research projects during the summer term. Learn more about the DARE program.
Improvising the Law of Copyright in Music: Music Publishers, Composers, and Copyright Litigation in Great Britain from 1777 to 1842
The Effect of Robo-Advising on Front Line Investment Advisers and Financial Planners
Reemployment and Mental Health: Understanding the Individual Resource Factors that Support a Prolonged Job Search
Urbanization, Gender, and the Global South: A Transformative Knowledge Network (GenUrb)
Political Economy of Plastic Packaging, Environment and Health Issues in Two Sub-Saharan African Urban Spaces: Accra, Ghana and Kigali, Rwanda
Open Communication for an Open Internet? Understanding ISP Transparency About Network Neutrality
Changing the Narrative: Connecting Indigenous and Settler Histories at Black Creek Pioneer Village