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Scholar’s Corner – The Real World of Numbers

Thursday June 30th, 6:30-8:00 pm, Blue Sky Hotel, 7th floor patio For many, mathematics and calculations are something to be endured as a student and forgotten once you enter the “real world”. But in reality, mathematics is moving out of the chalky halls or academia and into the realms of predictive modelling, financial analysis, advertising, social …

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Eurasian Continentalism and the Global Community

Scholar's Corner Our second informal event of the summer, this evening's open discussion will focus on on Mongolia's role in Eurasia and in the global community. Scholar's Corner events are informal gatherings where interested individuals can meet, share their research, their interests and make new connections. It is open to students, academics, experts and arm …

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A researcher in the world of development

Scholars Corner: Dr. Julian Dierkes, Dr. Marie-Luise Ermisch and Wharton students The first of this summer's gatherings, the topic for discussion is where does academia fit into international development. where is the border between research and activism? What are the opportunities for collaboration? Participating will be Dr. Julian Dierkes from UBC, Dr. Marie-Luise Ermisch for …

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