Dr. Pauline Sameshima and Varainja Stock Represent Education at CRC Symposium
By Jan Oakley
Dr. Pauline Sameshima, Canada Research Chair in Arts Integrated Research, was a panelist on the Education Panel of the Ontario and Canada Research Chairs Symposium, held in Toronto at the beginning of April. She was one of six research panelists discussing the question, "How does Ontario ensure the best education system from kindergarten to PhD?"
Varainja Stock, PhD student (pictured below) also attended the Symposium. She co-presented a poster presentation that outlined the arts-informed research of her doctoral program of study, along with the arts-integrated research of Patricia Maarhuis (a graduate student from Washington State University), and Dr. Sameshima.
The Symposium was hosted by the Council of Ontario Universities. It showcased the contributions that Ontario researchers are making to issues affecting the prosperity and well-being of Ontarians, in diverse areas including education, health, the economy, ethics, borders and sustainable economies.
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