Listen to Gentry Hanks, a Ph.D. candidate in Geography and Planning at Queen’s, talk about mapping diabetes, among other things. You may not have thought about Geography in this way before!
Karl Hardy, a writer at the Queen’s School of Graduate Studies official web page, has published an article on Curiosity Driven. You can check it out here:
Be sure to tune in tomorrow, Wednesday September 15th, 2015 at 4pm for our third episode!
Here’s the second episode, which aired on CFRC 101.9 fm in Kingston, Ontario, at about 4:30pm on Wednesday, September the 9th, 2015.
Come listen to Alexandra Pedersen, a Geography and Planning Ph.D. candidate, talk about her travels to Guatemala and her documentation of local resistance efforts against Canadian mining companies.
Greetings to all those driven by curiosity to check out Curiosity Driven!
The first two episodes have already aired on CFRC 101.9 fm here in Kingston, Ontario! You can check out the first episode, featuring Psychology Ph.D. candidate Rachel Wayne, below.
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Hello! This is the website for Curiosity Driven, the show about what makes researchers tic!
Curiosity Driven is an episodic, audio documentary about graduate student researchers at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. We talk about how they are changing the world through unique and engaging research. We focus on the researchers themselves and what inspires them to seek out their discoveries.
Curiosity Driven is produced by Vee Blackbourn and Matthew Scribner. It originally aired on CFRC 101.9 FM in Kingston.
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