Traill College Principal Dr. Michael Eamon opens up about the writing and publishing of his first book

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Principal of Traill College and Director of Continuing Education, Dr. Michael Eamon, never limited his interest to just one field. The latest addition to his pool of multifaceted talents is the title of ‘author’ as he publishes his first book entitled Imprinting Britain: Newspapers, Sociability and the Shaping of British North America. The book, which […]

Trent professor receives $596,000 NSERC grant to develop a precise monitoring system of Canadian amphibians

A Trent-led project is to develop, for the first time, a uniform systematic way to survey amphibian populations across Canada, and shed light on factors associated with the presence, or more importantly, the absence of amphibians. To assess the declining amphibian populations, almost $600,000 in funding was awarded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research […]

Trent Philosophy Symposium a resounding success

The Trent Philosophy Society, the university’s oldest undergraduate society, added another successful event to their year with the Philosophy Symposium held at Traill College on Saturday, March 28. Approximately 40 attendees gathered in Bagnani Hall to listen to six Trent students present their papers on topics relating to virtue theory, political philosophy, or objectivity. Facilitated […]

What is a post-doc and what do they do?

An event called ‘Suds ‘N Speakers’ was held on March 26 at the Trend. Where “some of Trent’s Post-Doctoral scholars” came to talk about “exciting research that is taking place at Trent,” as advertised in the poster. A total of five speakers made a presentation about their research. After the presentations, the audience asked a […]

Traill College Principal Dr. Michael Eamon opens up about the writing and publishing of his first book

michael-eamon

Principal of Traill College and Director of Continuing Education, Dr. Michael Eamon, never limited his interest to just one field. The latest addition to his pool of multifaceted talents is the title of ‘author’ as he publishes his first book entitled Imprinting Britain: Newspapers, Sociability and the Shaping of British North America. The book, which […]

Trent professor receives $596,000 NSERC grant to develop a precise monitoring system of Canadian amphibians

A Trent-led project is to develop, for the first time, a uniform systematic way to survey amphibian populations across Canada, and shed light on factors associated with the presence, or more importantly, the absence of amphibians. To assess the declining amphibian populations, almost $600,000 in funding was awarded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research […]

Trent Philosophy Symposium a resounding success

The Trent Philosophy Society, the university’s oldest undergraduate society, added another successful event to their year with the Philosophy Symposium held at Traill College on Saturday, March 28. Approximately 40 attendees gathered in Bagnani Hall to listen to six Trent students present their papers on topics relating to virtue theory, political philosophy, or objectivity. Facilitated […]

What is a post-doc and what do they do?

An event called ‘Suds ‘N Speakers’ was held on March 26 at the Trend. Where “some of Trent’s Post-Doctoral scholars” came to talk about “exciting research that is taking place at Trent,” as advertised in the poster. A total of five speakers made a presentation about their research. After the presentations, the audience asked a […]