September 19, 2018 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

The third edition of Cosmos was released on September 19, 2018 with members of King’s faculty who contributed to the publication receiving framed copies of the cover during a meeting of the College Council.

The annual publication continues to offer a sampling of the important and exciting research that is engaging our faculty and student-researchers. In its pages, faculty and their associates have produced succinct and compelling descriptions of their research interests as well as their methodologies. Cosmos also showcases the collaborative research done by faculty in association with students and recent alumni.

Ten articles make up the publication, with topics ranging from celebrity endorsements, vulnerable populations and the New Brunswick anti-fracking movement to Jamaican workers and using writing as a vehicle for empowerment.

“Each of these submissions is current, relevant and timely. They entertain and inform,” Dr. Sauro Camiletti, Interim Principal and Vice Principal Academic stated in his opening message.

This year’s edition, edited by Dr. Jonathan Green, Dr. Ian Rae, and Dr. Renee Soulodre-La France, is titled “Struggle, Justice, Reconciliation,” reflecting the academic and social research interests of many King’s faculty, students and staff. It is available in print and online.

Photography for Cosmos was provided by Steve Grimes, Grimes Photo of London. Design was by Tim Bugler, King’s ITS. The project was also supported by Jane Antoniak, King’s Communications.

Congratulations to all who contributed to the 2018 edition.