Actualités du réseau

We are shortlisted for a SSHRC Partnership Impact Award!

Date: 
Je., Sep. 11, 2014, 2:00pm

We are shortlisted for a SSHRC Partnership Impact Award!

Congratulations to the whole Cluster team across Canada for the highly prestigious nomination!

Results will be announced in Ottawa Nov. 3.

Read about it here.

And on the SSHRC site here.

Fall Newsletter is Now Available!

Date: 
Je., Sep. 11, 2014, 2:00pm
Read all about it! New partnerships, new events, new news!

Situating Science Fall Newsletter

Read our latest newsletter here.

Bouchard new $1.5 million Chair in philosophy at Universite de Montreal

Date: 
Sa., Sep. 6, 2014, 2:15pm
An anonymous donor has provided the University of Montreal with 1.5 million dollars to fund the Aesop Chair in Philosophy. It’s first holder is philosopher of science Frédéric Bouchard.

An anonymous donor has provided the University of Montreal with 1.5 million dollars (Canadian) to fund the Aesop Chair in Philosophy. It’s first holder is philosopher of science Frédéric Bouchard.

Read the Daily Nous article here.

Cours d'ete Situer la science 2014

Noeud de réseau: 
Date: 
Ma., Fév. 25, 2014, 11:30am
Blogue de FedCan (anglais)

From the FedCan Blog  - SSH News

News from Scott Findlay event on Future of Canadian Science

Date: 
Ve., Mar. 7, 2014, 1:15pm
Articles and radio interviews with Scott Findlay related to his talk on Governing in the Dark: Evidence, Accountability and the Future of Canadian Science

Articles and radio interviews with Scott Findlay related to his talk on Governing in the Dark: Evidence, Accountability and the Future of Canadian Science, Part 3 of The Lives of Evidence national lecture series.

Chronicle Herald article March 3, 2014

National Post article on UBC science philosphy PhD student work on role of trust in conservation

UBC science philosopher PhD, Jill Fellows, on how trust can bridge the divide between science and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit in polar bear conservation efforts

UBC science philosopher PhD, Jill Fellows, gave a paper on how trust can bridge the divide between science and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit in polar bear conservation efforts at the Congress in Victoria; her paper is featured in the National Post.


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