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Master of Museum Studies theses

...t. Allard, Francis Yvon. (1988). Ideology and structure in travelling museum exhibitions from the People's Republic of China to North America (1975-1988) (MMSt research paper). University of Tor...

Senior Application Analyst/Developer

...e encourage you to self identify if you are from one of the following designated groups: aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, visible minorities and women. POSTING DATE: April 11, 2008 CLOSIN...

Nadia Caidi

...on needs, uses and practices or various communities, including newcomers and immigrants, Aboriginal people, and other vulnerable communities. She has received funding from a wide range of sources: ...

Northern Health Sciences Librarian - (One Year, Term Position)

...w.unbc.ca/nmp/nmp.html Located in north-central British Columbia, Prince George is a city of 80,000 people with broad cultural, educational, and recreational amenities. The city is home to a symphony ...

Web Services/Instruction Librarian

...hern BC. The Geoffrey R. Weller Library, with a collection of over 207600 volumes and a staff of 28 people that includes the Northern British Columbia Archives, provides an array of electronic and tra...

Two new concentrations for the Master of Information degree

...thodological arguments, in order to develop powerful, balanced, and integrated positions.” Affiliated with the McLuhan Program in Culture & Technology (at the Coach House Institute), the ...

Records Management Officer (POSTING NUMBER: 6185)

...e encourage you to self identify if you are from one of the following designated groups: aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, visible minorities and women. POSITION TITLE: Records Management...

Faculty profile: Professor Cara Krmpotich

... and a PhD from the University of Oxford. She believes that her ability to connect with the Haida people is influenced by strong female role models, a constant throughout her career. One such mentor...

Web Communications and Publications Assistant

...e encourage you to self identify if you are from one of the following designated groups: aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, visible minorities and women. POSTING DATE: April 9, 2008 CLOSING...