i,RESEARCH - - Student Research Week 2015

January 26, 2015 – January 30, 2015

iResearch

Join the celebration and applaud undergraduate research achievements at the annual Student Research Week showcase. Over 50 students from across university programs and disciplines will be presenting their research, scholarship and creative achievements in poster format, student speaker series, and creative installments.

  • Poster presentations, Multi-Purpose room 6-106, Monday, January 26 and Tuesday, January 27
  • Creative installments, 2nd floor library Book of the Year Nook
  • Scholarly talks by students researchers from the Faculty of Arts & Science, room 7-286, Wednesday, January 28; and students in the School of Business, Faculty of Fine Arts & Communications and Faculty of Health & Community Studies on Thursday, January 29, room 5-322
  • Awards ceremony, Friday, January 30, CN Theatre. Featuring presentation from Distinguished Research Award recipient, music scholar, Dr. Allan Gilliland.

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Dr. Allan Gilliland

One of Canada’s busiest composers, Dr. Allan Gilliland has written music for orchestra, choir, big band, film, television and theatre. His music has been performed by some of the finest ensembles and soloists in the world. Career highlights include five years as Composer-in-Residence with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, the Winspear Fanfare composed for the he opening of the Francis Winspear Centre for Music, Dreaming of the Masters I, given it's American premiere by the Boston Pops and Dreaming of the Masters III, given its American premiere by Jens Lindemann and the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in 2012. For a complete biography got to https://allangilliland.com

Dr. Gilliland holds a diploma in Jazz Studies (trumpet) from Humber College, a Bachelor of Music degree in performance and a Master of Music degree in composition from the University of Alberta and a PhD in Composition from the University of Edinburgh. He is presently Chair of Music, and Head of Composition at MacEwan University.
 


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Event Details

Date January 26, 2015 – January 30, 2015
Start Time 08:00 a.m.
End Time 05:00 p.m.
Location Various
City Centre Campus
10700 - 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
Event Type Conference/Seminar
Contact Person Meghan Abbott
Contact Phone 780-633-3265
Contact Email research@macewan.ca
Event Website Visit Site