Being ill requires telling stories, from medical histories to news updates for friends and family. For more than two decades, Arthur Frank has taken these stories seriously, first during his own illnesses and later observing others. The lecture explores differences between the stories we can readily fall into and stories we might craft with reflection.
Scholars and policy specialists from the U.S. and Canada convened at UCLA on March 31 for a symposium about the benefits and challenges involved in the linkage of California and Quebec‘s cap and trade programs.
The Governor General of Canada, His Excellency David Johnston, met with UCLA students, faculty and administrators to discuss about how Canada and the United States can work together to build a fertile innovation ecosystem that promotes the “Diplomacy of Knowledge” and the value of working across disciplines and across borders.
A symposium on the recent linkage of the California and Quebec cap-and-trade programs and its implication for broader international climate cooperation.
Graduate student Christine Scoffoni was selected as the recipient of a Canadian Studies at UCLA award.
Decision-makers, researchers, and UCLA faculty and students participated in the conference held Feb. 26 at UCLA.
Canadian Studies at the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability co-sponsored and contributed funding to this conference, co-organized by UCLA and Canadian University faculty.
Graduate students Ciara Martin and Scott Stephenson have been selected as the award winners.
Canadian magazine EnviroLine reported on the program's inaugural lecture featuring Andrew Weaver.
By Trevor W. Harrison & John W. Friesen
Canadian Studies at UCLA has a new funding opportunity for currently enrolled graduate students.
Department of Geography Professor Laurence's Smith book "The World in 2050: Four Forces Shaping Civilization’s Northern Future" examines how global warming will effect Canada and other parts of the world.
Canadian Studies at UCLA moves to the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
Canadian Studies builds momentum with talks by former Toronto mayor and Canadian consul general