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Applied Topology and High-Dimensional Data Analysis

This conference aims to bring together applied topologists and spatial statisticians that are curious about each-other's work.  We anticipate having two relatively-distinct groups: 1) topologists that have been working with applied algebraic-topological tools like persistent homology, 2) statisticians working in the area of high-dimensional data analysis, and researchers from fields that involve large data problems.

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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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Global Connections

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PopData BC - Data Management Workshop

This three day workshop will focus on developing practical skills in data management, bivariate data analysis, and interpretation of analytic output using SAS software.  Canadian Community health Survey (CCHS) data files will be accessed via the UBC Research Data Centre. An epidemiological research question will be developed (i.e. the relationship between a risk factor and a health outcome) using one of the health surveys.  A data dictionary will be created suitable for a hypothesis testing. Using the CCHS data an epidemiologic model will be built and interpretation of data analysis will be discussed. Issues discussed will include coefficients, odds or risk ratios, 95% confidence intervals, changes between models, and fit of models.

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Social Dimensions of Health 2015

Connecting The Conversations: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Social Dimensions of Health

A committee at the University of Victoria, comprised of faculty, student researchers, artists and community practitioners have gathered resources to foster knowledge exchange by launching a one-day intensive conference that seeks to stimulate conversation between and across disciplines, practices, and community experiences. Building on critical, emancipatory and eco-social theories of health promotion and practices, this interactive, multi-disciplinary initiative wants your participation!

  • Interdisciplinary panel sessions, a creative theatre workshop and rapid-fire oral presentations will connect the conversations between experts and the next generation of researchers, practitioners and community partners.

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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.

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UVic Retirees Association

Indigenous Language Revitalization Series

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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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WADS 2015

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