Philosophy, History, and Politics Undergraduate Conference

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REGISTER TODAY!

Register for the conference through this link: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3201794

Register for the Banquet: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3221429 

Volunteers Needed:  

Email us at tru.phpconference@gmail.com to get involved!

What to Expect at the PHP Conference:

Thursday, January 18th:    

12 - 4 pm  Registration and welcome table open
7 pm Meet at Greet Social at the Noble Pig Brewhouse, (open to all friends, attendees, presenters and supporters of the conference. *RSVP  encouraged* email: tru.phpconference@gmail.com )

Friday, January 19th:  

8:30 am : Free Breakfast served for all conference attendees in the International Building 

9 am - 4:00 pm: Conference Presentations through out the day in International Building and Arts Education   

12:15 - 1 pm: Free Lunch served to all registered attendees, presentors, moderators and volunteer  

7 pm: Keynote Address by Dr. Michael Byers, Canada Research Chair in Global Politics. Learn more here

9 pm: Wine and Cheese Reception: On campus reception in the Mountain Room, CAC. Meet local and visiting students and researchers. Get to know the TRU Faculty.

Saturday, January 20th: 

8:30 am: Free Breakfast served for all registered conference attendees in the International Building 

9 am - 3:45 Conference Presentations through out the day in International Building and Arts Education

12 - 1 pm: Free Lunch served to all registered attendees, presentors, moderators and volunteers

6 pm: Annual Banquet and Keynote Address by Dr. Tracy Penny-Light from History at TRU. Join us at this exceptional event which includes dinner, dancing, and rivetting conversation at the Hotel 540 in downtown Kamloops. 

 

The Department of Philosophy, History, and Politics at Thompson Rivers University on Secwepemc Territory offers a unique opportunity for undergraduate students. Join us at our student organized undergraduate conference in January, 2018 as we explore the past and present through presentations in Philosophy, History, and Politics.

As one of the only undergraduate conferences of it's kind in western Canada, the annual conference promotes research, learning, and academic integrity for students from many institutions. Tickets are open to students, faculty, staff and general public.

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