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OUTREACH: OK State Superintendent’s Social Studies & Fine Arts Conference

Location:
Date: Sat, Jan 8

K-12: OK State Superintendent’s Social Studies & Fine Arts
Conference:
Canadian Studies resources provided

ARNTZEN NERC conference session “The French in North America”

Location: NERC Social Studies Conference, Sturbridge, MA
Date: Thu, Apr 5

Presenting a session about the French in North America and proving information and resources at a table.

Outreach Coordinator Betsy Arntzen at Ohio State University

Location: Ohio State University
Date: Tue, Feb 26 – Fri, Mar 1

Presenting research at DOE Title VI Conference

Alice R. Stewart Canadian Studies Lecture Series

Location: COE Room in the Memorial Union
Date: Wed, Mar 27 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Canadian Studies Graduate Students Present their Current Research:
-Rob Gee: “Politics of the North Atlantic Fisheries”
-Annie Tock Morrisette: “July 12, 1849: Riots in York Point and Dolly’s Brae”
-Michael Perry: “Rhetoric and the Aroostook War”

FRE 390 Trip to Montreal

Location: Montreal, Canada
Date: Thu, Apr 4 – Fri, Apr 5

Associate Director Raymond Pelletier and his FRE 390 class trip to Montreal

Director Stephen Hornsby at the AAG Conference in LA

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: Sat, Apr 6 – Sat, Apr 13

Director Stephen Hornsby will be representing the University of Maine at the American Association of Geographers annual conference in Los Angeles, California.

Outreach Coordinator Betsy Arntzen at NERC 44

Location: Springfield, MA
Date: Mon, Apr 8 – Wed, Apr 10

For the Northeast Regional Council on the Social Studies Annual Conference, Outreach Coordinator Betsy Arntzen will present an information and resources table.

Canadian Studies Distinguished Lecturer: Beatrice Craig

Location: Memorial Union, Bangor Room
Date: Mon, Apr 22 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Dr. Craig will present on her current research.

Outreach Coordinator Betsy Arntzen presents at all-day teachers workshop

Location: Clark University, Worcester MA
Date: Sat, Apr 27

Massachusetts teachers will hear presentations from the Consulate General of Canada in Boston, and learn Canadian content for their Canadian unit.

Center Director gives Historical Atlas of Maine Presentation at Governor’s Mansion

Location:
Date: Fri, May 17

Canadian-American Center director and Professor of Geography Stephen Hornsby will present a session about the forthcoming Historical Atlas of Maine at the Maine Humanities Summit, Friday May 17th at the Governor’s Mansion in Augusta. This is part of the Maine Humanities Initiative’s full week of spring programming. for more information: http://umaine.edu/umhi/spring-events/

  • Exploration de la Peninsule acadienne
  • Location: Maine, Nouveau-Brunswick
    Date: Sun, Jun 23 – Sun, Jun 30

    Un Institut pour professeurs de français. L’institut sera entièrement en français.
    Orono, Fort Kent, Caraquet, Bouctouche
    Pour plus d’informations:http://umaine.edu/canam/2013-summer-institute-for-teachers-of-french/

    Registration Form (English): http://umaine.edu/canam/files/2013/02/Registration-ENG.pdf
    Registration Form (French): http://umaine.edu/canam/files/2013/02/Inscription-FRE.pdf

  • Summer Teacher’s Institute: Quebec Dimensions
  • Location: Start and end in Montreal with travel to Quebec City
    Date: Sun, Jun 23 – Fri, Jun 28

    Based in the birthplace of New France in North America, it will begin and end in Montreal with travel to Quebec City.

    Through briefings by experts, site visits, and activities, teachers will explore themes relevant to history and geography curriculum, and specifically will explore what NAFTA means to Quebec and to Canada.

    For more info and to register: www.umaine.edu/teachingcanada

    ACSUS Conference in Tampa, FL

    Location: Tampa, FL
    Date: Tue, Nov 19 – Sat, Nov 23

    CANADA IN THE HEMISPHERE, 22ND Biennial ACSUS Conference

    NEWS & EVENTS

    NEH SUMMER TEACHERS INSTITUTE
    Tuition-free Summer Institute for K-12 educators
    July 21-August 10, 2014
    "Borders and Borderlands: The Acadian Experience in Maine"
    More Info Here

    CONTACT:
    barntzen@umit.maine.edu
    annes@mainehumanities.org

    Contact Information

    Canadian Studies Outreach to K-12 Professionals - Northeast National Resource Center on Canada
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    MAINE: Betsy Arntzen
    Canadian-American Center
    154 College Ave., Orono, ME 04473
    207.581.4225
    barntzen@umit.maine.edu

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    NEW YORK: Amy Sotherden
    Center for the Study of Canada/
    Institute on Quebec Studies
    133 Court St., Plattsburgh, NY 12901
    518.564.2385
    sotheral@plattsburgh.edu

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