The written thesis must be submitted to the Committee and an External Examiner (requested from within the UBC Neuroscience department) at least 2 weeks before the date of the final defense.She’s been experimenting with these intersections as the feature writer for Go Figure, a blog about literature and math, and as a creative writer – her first short story, “A Desirable Middle” was published in the eclectic Journal of Humanistic Mathematics. Kelly (see above) Liam Monaghan is Program Coordinator of the Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communication at UBC. Priority will be given to UBC graduate students registered in the current academic session.After registering, you will receive confirmation and additional event details within 2 business days.Tayo has business and law degrees from Africa, Europe and North America, and is completing what might be his final one. in English Language Arts Education from UBC, and an M. in English from Dalhousie University, where he wrote his thesis, “Queer Childishness in Oscar Wilde and Andy Warhol.” He has published scholarly work in The Dalhousie Review and non-fiction in Alberta Views.He is interested in discussing avenues of improving writing practices. Liam is also a theatre artist whose plays have been produced in Halifax, Lethbridge, and Victoria.Most of all, the event offers a chance to write extensively in a relaxing, contemplative, and collegial setting. Kelly holds a doctorate in rhetoric, writing, and discourse studies.As Program Manager for the Centre for Writing and Scholarly Communication (CWSC), she uses evidence-based pedagogies to design and deliver writing services and programs that enhance scholarly communication across the disciplines.the thesis is part autobiography, part exploration of what it means to make and study art in the classroom."It is about my experience as an early career public school visual arts teacher."Not just arts education, but I think to explain concepts, to explore ideas, to tell narrative, to share with others.I think it has a really big potential and I'm excited by that." To encourage thoughtful and respectful conversations, first and last names will appear with each submission to CBC/Radio-Canada's online communities (except in children and youth-oriented communities). By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses.