The brand new TRENT Magazine is landing in mailboxes across Canada and around the world. You can read the full issue here.
While TRENT Magazine is always available online, you can also receive hard copies of all three annual editions (Winter, Summer, Fall) in the mail. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org to get on our subscription list.
This edition features some fascinating current events pieces, viewed through the unique prism of Trent alumni and faculty.
Stories to watch for:
- alumnus and naturalist Drew Monkman '71 writes about the spread of the highly invasive round goby -- and how its invasion of the Trent-Severn waterway may currently be stopped in Peterborough's Little Lake
- alumnus Mark Davidson ’79 (former director for Citizen and Immigration Canada) and Faculty member Haroon Akram-Lodhi (Department of International Development Studies) discuss how immigration is (or isn't) affecting the social and economic status quo of Canada and Canadians
- Professor Stephen Brown recalls Stuart McLean's various visits to Trent -- and his time as writer in residence
- alumnus Dr. Spencer J Harrison '97 (Ontario director of Camp fYrely, Canada’s only national camp for sexual and gender minority youth and their allies) reflects on the myriad issues surrounding trans culture and trans life
- plus we feature Trent Research and Innovation Park tenant, Noblegen, and how this Trent-based start-up is using biomaterials for both water purification and ecologically sustainable consumer products.
- On the cover: Dr. Andressa Lacerda '08, a founding partner of Noblegen and an incredibly talented researcher and Trent PhD graduate.