The TSAS Summer Academy

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2017 Summer Academy: NPSIA, Carleton University – Ottawa, ON July 17-20
Held in conjunction with TSAS Junior Affiliate Workshop July 20-21

Click here to see the 2017 brochure.

Purpose of the Summer Academy
TSAS aims to cultivate a new generation of well-informed scholars and policy analysts. The Summer Academy is a principal part of this plan and brings together graduate students,  post-doctoral students and junior policy makers and analysts from across Canada to participate in a highly focused learning experience. The Summer Academy is designed to foster a comprehensive understanding of radicalization, terrorism, and security and how all of these intersect with the rapidly changing nature of Canadian society.

Registration Opens: May 7, 2017.

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What our participants have said about the TSAS Summer Academy:

“The Summer Academy truly surpassed my expectations. As a Policy Analyst, the deeper understanding I’ve developed through presentations by colleagues in operational roles and academia will allow me to make a more meaningful contribution in my work.”

 

“The TSAS Summer Academy offers a unique opportunity for researchers and practitioners to learn, network, and critically engage with interesting material in a forum that is rich, and thick with knowledge. I would absolutely recommend this course to anyone deeply interested in issues around terrorism, security, and society.”

 

“This summer conference allowed access to students working in specific fields which are beneficial to the area we are working in and I would highly recommend it to anyone in the future. I was very impressed with the cross section of students, academia , professionals and government who participated in this summer academy.”


The 2015 TSAS Summer Academy took place July 20-24, 2015 at the Liu Institute of Global Issues, UBC.

Click here to see the 2015 brochure.


The first Academy took place on July 21st – July 26th, 2013 at the University of British Columbia.

To see the 2013 agenda, speakers and reading list please click on the links below:

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