THIS IS RESEARCH, V2

 

Monday, April 15, 2019 - 2:45pm

The Office of Research & Innovation is excited to announce the launch of the second iteration of the "THIS IS RESEARCH" campaign.

OCAD University faculty are engaged in inclusive, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research that audaciously and responsibly pursues the questions of our time.

THIS IS RESEARCH features posters and media showcasing the many forms of research at the University. You can see the first set of these on the many screens across campus and our website.

In concert with provincial efforts being coordinated through the Council of Ontario Universities, “THIS IS RESEARCH” will help to raise the profile of research performed across faculties by the creative professionals, scholars, and strategic thinkers that make up our research community.

If you would like your research to be profiled through “THIS IS RESEARCH” please contact our office at research@ocadu.ca.

See the first announcement here: https://www2.ocadu.ca/news/this-is-research

PDF icon ThisIsResearch - LIWYFTTG.pdf, PDF icon ThisIsResearch - Enhancing Environments.pdf, PDF icon ThisIsResearch - The Entangled Gaze_Knowledge-Exchange Workshop.pdf, PDF icon ThisIsResearch - Understanding Environments.pdf, PDF icon ThisIsResearch - Serious Play.pdf, PDF icon ThisIsResearch - Sesesiw _Yellow Legs.pdf, PDF icon ThisIsResearch - Sitting in a circle with Tahltan Ancestors on Tahltan Land.pdf The Entangled Gaze... poster


Understanding Environments Poster


Sitting in a circle with Tahltan Ancestors on Tahltan Land poster


Enhancing Environments Poster


by Anson Liaw
Hiii Illustration 2018 International Competition is open to all illustrators, creative professionals, publishers, agencies, representatives, students and teachers from all over the world.  Any illustration works, first created or published from 2015 through 2018 were eligible for this competition.  
Family Kit: T.M. Glass: The Audible Language of Flowers
Onsite Gallery, OCAD University is happy to offer a free interactive guide for families and young visitors to creatively engage with our current contemporary art exhibition, T.M. Glass: The Audible Language of Flowers.
On Wednesday, June 26, OCAD University welcomed the Honourable Peter Bethlenfalvy, MPP, Pickering-Uxbridge and president of Ontario's Treasury Board. Minister Bethlenfalvy met with OCAD U President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Sara Diamond and Jaime Watt, Chair of the OCAD U Board of Governors.
Dr. Sara Diamond, President and VIce-Chancellor, OCAD University
Today, Rideau Hall announced 83 new appointments to the Order of Canada. Among them is OCAD University President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Sara Diamond. From the accompanying citation, “President Diamond has contributed immensely to the country’s arts, cultural and digital industry landscape. An accomplished and prolific artist, researcher and administrator, her revolutionary work bridges the fields of art, design, science and technology, notably in her current role as President and Vice-Chancellor of OCAD University (OCAD U), and previously at The Banff Centre. Under her visionary direction, she has positioned OCAD U as an eminent leader, one that champions innovative teaching and research, and fosters opportunities for Indigenous education and collaborative partnerships.”
Dr. Sara Diamond (second from right) at Canada Future Forward Summit
OCAD University's President Dr. Sara Diamond participated as a guest speaker at the Canada Future Forward Summit on a panel titled, The Education Equation: How should Canada's education system evolve for the future? Organized by The Globe and Mail, in partnership with McKinsey and CIGI, the two-day forum brought together some of the nation’s leading thinkers to discuss Canada's future.
As part of its National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration, OCAD University is launching the Wapatah: Centre for Indigenous Visual Knowledge. OCAD University positions decolonization as the first of six key principles of its Academic Plan on a path toward transformative education. In light of its commitment to expanding Indigenous knowledge, OCAD University is thrilled to further facilitate the collaborative work of researchers and artists by providing a dynamic platform for creativity.
Photo courtesy: Red Embers
Red Embers, a public art installation honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women is on display at Toronto’s Alan Gardens. Commissioned featured artists include OCAD U alumni: Catherine Tammaro, Hannah Claus, Hillary Brighthill, Lido Pimienta and Lindsey Lickers.
Image of Pat Murray
The IDRC says goodbye to Pat Murray a valued member of the team.
Sesesiw (Yellow Legs) poster
Serious Play Poster
LIWYFTTG poster
Monday, April 15, 2019 - 2:45pm

The Office of Research & Innovation is excited to announce the launch of the second iteration of the "THIS IS RESEARCH" campaign.

OCAD University faculty are engaged in inclusive, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research that audaciously and responsibly pursues the questions of our time.

THIS IS RESEARCH features posters and media showcasing the many forms of research at the University. You can see the first set of these on the many screens across campus and our website.

In concert with provincial efforts being coordinated through the Council of Ontario Universities, “THIS IS RESEARCH” will help to raise the profile of research performed across faculties by the creative professionals, scholars, and strategic thinkers that make up our research community.

If you would like your research to be profiled through “THIS IS RESEARCH” please contact our office at research@ocadu.ca.

See the first announcement here: https://www2.ocadu.ca/news/this-is-research

Poster: 
The Entangled Gaze... poster
Understanding Environments Poster
Sitting in a circle with Tahltan Ancestors on Tahltan Land poster
Enhancing Environments Poster