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Kem Luther

Professor of Computer Science

Sheridan College

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Sheridan College

1430 Trafalgar Rd

Oakville, Ontario,L6H 2L1

Canada

Company Description

Sheridan College is one of Canada's leading postsecondary institutions, serving over 23,000 full time students at four campuses in the western Greater Toronto Area. We offer over 120 diploma, certificate, and bachelor degree programs in the fields of arts, bus...more

Background Information

Affiliations

The Metchosin Foundation

Secretary


Education

M.Sc.


MSc

Cornell


MSc

University of Toronto


Ph.D.

computer science ( computational linguistics )

University of Toronto


Ph.D.

philosophy

University of Chicago


undergraduate degree

computer science

York University


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Speakers | Comox Valley Horticultural Society

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Oct. 17, 2016: AGM & Kem Luther - "What does it MEAN? mycorrhizas, mushrooms, and plants"
The Comox Valley Horticultural Society welcomes guest speaker Kem Luther to their October 17 Annual General meeting. The guest presentation will follow the AGM. Kem Luther In his recent book, Boundary Layer (Oregon State University Press, 2016), Kem Luther focuses on regions that lie between large, stable systems, showing how they develop their own rules and practice a logic that belongs to neither of the bounding systems. One of the in-between systems discussed in his book is the strange world of plant/fungal symbionts. In this slide talk, Kem overviews the science of mycorrhizal mushrooms and explores how research on mycorrhizas could shift our understanding species and ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest. Kem Luther grew up in the Nebraska Sandhills, studied at Cornell, the University of Chicago (PhD) and University of Toronto (MSc). He taught at Eastern Mennonite University; Sheridan College where he was dean of a joint program in Communication, Culture, and Information Technology with the University of Toronto; at York University; and the University of Toronto. After living for several years on Ontario's Grand River, the naturalist/writer moved to the southern tip of Vancouver Island in 2004. For the last two decades, Kem has focused on writing interpretive articles and books. He is the author of Cottonwood Roots, The Next Generation Gap, and Boundary Layer. (For more information about Kem Luther and his latest book, check out his website at http://stegnon.com.) Boundary Layer - Kem Luther


Preservation and stewardship of Metchosin's unique lands and waters for the benefit of all.

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KEM LUTHER - Secretary
Kem Luther has lived in Nebraska, Illinois, Wisconsin, Virginia, and Ontario. He and his musician wife, Jeanne, moved to Metchosin in 2005. Now retired, Kem is a writer, an avid gardener, and a volunteer with several organizations, including the Metchosin Foundation, the Metchosin Biodiversity Project, the CRD, and the Southern Vancouver Island Mycological Society. He often gives lectures to/does guided walks for local natural history groups. Before his retirement Kem was a college/university teacher and administrator. He was the first Dean of the Communication, Culture, and Information Technology program, a joint venture between the University of Toronto and Sheridan College that is now enrolls a thousand students. Kem studied and taught philosophy for many years (Ph.D., University of Chicago). After moving to Canada in 1981, he switched fields, becoming a Professor of Computer Science at Ontario's Sheridan College (M.Sc., ABD University of Toronto).


Oct. 17, 2016: AGM & Kem Luther - "What does it MEAN? mycorrhizas, mushrooms, and plants" | Comox Valley Horticultural Society

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Oct. 17, 2016: AGM & Kem Luther - "What does it MEAN? mycorrhizas, mushrooms, and plants"
The Comox Valley Horticultural Society welcomes guest speaker Kem Luther to their October 17 Annual General meeting. The guest presentation will follow the AGM. Kem Luther In his recent book, Boundary Layer (Oregon State University Press, 2016), Kem Luther focuses on regions that lie between large, stable systems, showing how they develop their own rules and practice a logic that belongs to neither of the bounding systems. One of the in-between systems discussed in his book is the strange world of plant/fungal symbionts. In this slide talk, Kem overviews the science of mycorrhizal mushrooms and explores how research on mycorrhizas could shift our understanding species and ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest. Kem Luther grew up in the Nebraska Sandhills, studied at Cornell, the University of Chicago (PhD) and University of Toronto (MSc). He taught at Eastern Mennonite University; Sheridan College where he was dean of a joint program in Communication, Culture, and Information Technology with the University of Toronto; at York University; and the University of Toronto. After living for several years on Ontario's Grand River, the naturalist/writer moved to the southern tip of Vancouver Island in 2004. For the last two decades, Kem has focused on writing interpretive articles and books. He is the author of Cottonwood Roots, The Next Generation Gap, and Boundary Layer. (For more information about Kem Luther and his latest book, check out his website at http://stegnon.com.) Boundary Layer - Kem Luther This entry was posted in Past Speakers Archive, Speakers by Webmaster. Bookmark the permalink.


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Mushroom ID Walk / Workshop with Kem Luther,
Enjoy a 1 ½ hour walk with Kem Luther and Alison Maingnon, searching for mushrooms along a local trail. After, we will regroup at an indoor central Courtenay location to warm up, examine any specimens we have collected, and ask Kem and/or Alison any questions. Oct. 17, 2016: AGM & Kem Luther - "What does it MEAN? mycorrhizas, mushrooms, and plants" The Comox Valley Horticultural Society welcomes guest speaker Kem Luther to their October 17 Annual General meeting. The guest presentation will follow the AGM. Kem Luther In his recent book, Boundary Layer (Oregon State University Press, 2016), Kem Luther focuses on regions that lie between large, stable systems, showing how they develop their own rules and practice a logic that belongs to neither of the bounding systems. One of the in-between systems discussed in his book is the strange world of plant/fungal symbionts. In this slide talk, Kem overviews the science of mycorrhizal mushrooms and explores how research on mycorrhizas could shift our understanding species and ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest. Kem Luther grew up in the Nebraska Sandhills, studied at Cornell, the University of Chicago (PhD) and University of Toronto (MSc). He taught at Eastern Mennonite University; Sheridan College where he was dean of a joint program in Communication, Culture, and Information Technology with the University of Toronto; at York University; and the University of Toronto. After living for several years on Ontario's Grand River, the naturalist/writer moved to the southern tip of Vancouver Island in 2004. For the last two decades, Kem has focused on writing interpretive articles and books. He is the author of Cottonwood Roots, The Next Generation Gap, and Boundary Layer. (For more information about Kem Luther and his latest book, check out his website at http://stegnon.com.) Boundary Layer - Kem Luther


Colloquium Series: Kem Luther • Quest University Canada

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Colloquium Series: Kem Luther
Colloquium Series: Kem Luther Colloquium Series: Kem Luther Author and naturalist Kem Luther will speak about "The Trouble with Wilderness: Romantic Wildness in a Post-Colonial World". Current ideas about wilderness lands and wilderness preservation are heavily influenced by nineteenth century romantic notions of nature. Recent discussions of wilderness issues have identified these older ideas of wilderness as a problem to be overcome. The resulting "new wilderness debate" has been vigorous and confrontational. What ideas of wilderness will guide land conservation in the twenty-first century? Naturalist and writer Kem Luther moved from a home on Ontario's Grand River to the southern tip of Vancouver Island in 2004. While in Ontario, he was dean of Sheridan College's joint program in Communication, Culture, and Information Technology with the University of Toronto. Kem grew up in the Nebraska Sandhills, studied at Cornell, the University of Chicago (PhD) and University of Toronto (MSc), and has taught at Eastern Mennonite University, Sheridan College, York University, and the University of Toronto. For the last two decades he has focused on writing interpretive articles and books. He is the author of Cottonwood Roots, The Next Generation Gap, and Boundary Layer.


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