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22nd Coast Combinatorics Conference

The Coast Combinatorics Conferences began in 1999. They feature a diverse collections of talks on topics in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science. There are usually two meetings per year, one on the Canadian west coast in mid-February, and one on the Canadian east coast in early May. Both meetings feature a collegial, collaborative, workshop-style atmosphere.

As in 2013, the 2015 (west) Coast Combinatorics Conference will be held on the Island of Hawaii.  It will run over four days and feature about fifty talks, plus time for collaboration with colleagues. The meeting will be considered a success if all participants have some interesting talks to attend, and some colleagues to work with.

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Association for Nonprofit and Social Economy Research

ANSER/ARES is a dynamic growing association that is organizing its seventh annual conference as part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. ANSER brings together leading academic researchers, practitioners, consultants, policymakers and community organizations from Canada and internationally to discuss current and emergent issues, debates and challenges in the fields of civil society, social economy, and nonprofit research and practice. Join us for what promises to be an engaging and provocative conference. The theme for the seventh conference at Brock is: Nonprofits and the Social Economy, Pursuing Borders without Boundaries.

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Centre for Early Childhood Research & Policy

Supporting Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

3 part workshop series

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Centre on Aging

Optimizing Aging & Health: Methods and Applications

Centre on Aging Colloquium Series, Spring 2015

The Centre on Aging (COAG) is a research intensive centre at the University of Victoria (UVic), with a key emphasis is on advances in the health, cognitive vitality, and well-being of an aging community. This colloquium series has been developed to highlight both substantive and methodological innovations and applications in aging research. This spring, our colloquium series emphasizes aging-related research in patient-reported outcomes, biomarkers of aging, research methods, and technology & aging.

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Internet Shakespeare Editions

“Making Links: Texts, Contexts, and Performance in Digital Editions of Early Modern Drama” will profile pioneering SSHRC-funded work done at the University of Victoria, create pathways for further research, and foster collaboration and linking between cognate projects. This two-day conference will be held at the University of Victoria on April 7-8, 2015 just after the annual meeting of the Shakespeare Association of America (SAA). from April 2 to 4 in Vancouver. Capitalizing on our geographical proximity to Vancouver, this follow-up conference convenes a subset of SAA attendees who have a stake in digital editions of early modern drama, in particular the Internet Shakespeare Editions (ISE), Digital Renaissance Editions (DRE), Queen’s Men Editions (QME), and The Map of Early Modern London (MoEML). The principal goals of our conference are (1) to foster and mentor a new generation of editors and programmers, and (2) to establish the preconditions for creating scholarly and digital links between projects.

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International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics

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PopData BC - ArcGIS Geoprocessing for Health Applications Using Python

About PopData

Population Data BC (PopData) is a multi-university, data and education resource facilitating interdisciplinary research on the determinants of human health, well-being and development. The Education and Training site (ETU) of PopData is an analysis training centre that responds to the training needs of British Columbia's researchers, analysts and practitioners. Ongoing services include: free online courses, presentations and resources, in-person workshops, summer institutes and online certificate courses.

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PopData BC - Linear and Logistic Regression Webinar Series

Regression analysis is a statistical process for estimating the relationships among variables. We can use regression to make quantitative predictions of one variable from the values of another.

Do you wonder how to do linear and logistic regression analysis with SPSS, SAS or R? Do you want to learn about simple and multivariate regression modeling?

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Society for Socialist Studies

The theme of the 2015 CFHSS Congress is 'Capital Ideas.' The theme of the 2015 Society for Socialist Studies conference is Kapital Ideas: analysis, critique, praxis.  Join us for four days of wideranging and engaged analysis and dialogue. June 2-5, at the University of Ottawa.

We encourage readers to sign up for notification of papers posted for this conference. If you are interested in submitting to this conference we recommend that you review the About the Conference page for the conference's policies, and visit the Conference Homepage for more information.

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Vancouver Island Library Staff Conference

Camosun College Library, Greater Victoria Library and the University of Victoria Libararies are pleased to present the first Vancouver Island Library Staff Conference. We look forward to a day of outstanding sessions FREE to all staff members.

 

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Western Canadian Deans of Arts and Science Conference

The spring meeting of the Western Canadian Deans of Arts and Science is an annual conference hosted by the University of Victoria.

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Western Canadian Deans of Graduate Studies

THE WESTERN CANADIAN DEANS OF GRADUATE STUDIES WILL BE HOLDING THEIR ANNUAL CONFERENCE JANUARY 29 & 30, 2015 AT THE INN AT LAUREL POINT.

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