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CSUS Director Rob Vipond recipient of 2018 Vivek Goel Faculty Citizenship Award, U of T

March 15, 2018

Each year the University of Toronto community presents the prestigious Awards of Excellence to outstanding faculty, staff and students who exemplify a commitment to high achievements and to enhancing the University experience for their peers. This year, the Goel Award...

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“We Shouldn’t Make Any More Of Them”: Intermediality, American Series Media, and Comet Productions (1946 – 1947)

February 8, 2018

In 1946, Mary Pickford and her husband Charles “Buddy” Rogers released a film based on the popular newspaper comic strip Little Iodine through their B-film production company, Comet Productions. A failed attempt at establishing a popular film series, the production...

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American Studies Students Discuss Civil Rights in the Trump Era with ACLU President

January 15, 2018

by Samantha Odrowaz-Sekely Students enrolled in the American Studies program at the University of Toronto recently received the unique opportunity to partake in a private question-and-answer session with Susan Herman, the incumbent president of the American Civil Liberties Union and...

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CSUS GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDS 2017-18

September 18, 2017

CSUS funds a number of graduate students from our member departments, either to undertake research directly tied to their PhD dissertation or to travel to conferences to disseminate the findings of that research.

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CSUS BISSELL-HEYD RESEARCH FELLOW FOR 2017-18

September 18, 2017

The Bissell-Heyd Faculty Fellowship was established in 2016, as a way to advance the research of assistant or associate professors at the University of Toronto whose scholarly work focuses on the United States.

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Sam Tanenhaus in Conversation with Andrew Coyne at CSUS

September 18, 2017

On September 12, 2017, CSUS hosted an event with Sam Tanenhaus in Conversation with Andrew Coyne, on “The Past and Future of American Conservatism.”

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Webcast available: Gun Violence in Black America symposium, May 11

May 31, 2017

The webcast recording for the symposium on Gun Violence in Black America, May 11, 2017, is now available here. For additional information about this symposium, please see past events on the Munk School website here.  

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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR FOREIGN NATIONAL STUDENT INTERN PROGRAM

May 11, 2017

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR FOREIGN NATIONAL STUDENT INTERN PROGRAM U.S. Mission, Canada Public Affairs Section (Toronto) *UNPAID INTERNSHIP*

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Learning to Steer: symposium presentations & webcast available

April 3, 2017

On March 27th, CSUS hosted a symposium on climate change, “Learning to Steer”. For additional details on this event, please go to the website here. The speaker presentations and videorecording are now available.

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Ontario and the United States featuring U.S. Consul General Juan Alsace

March 3, 2017

U.S. Consul General Juan Alsace will speak about his experience as a diplomat and the work that the United States Consulate engages in on a daily basis. Within his presentation, the Consul General will also discuss how his work on...

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