Presented by: Robert A. Kenedy Associate Professor, Department of Sociology What does my professor want? How can I make the writing process less painful? Where can I get help? This talk will give students some practical strategies for critical thinking and tackling academic writing at the university level. Students are encouraged to bring along assignment […]
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - DR. BENJAMIN LOWINSKY His research and scholarship reflect a diversity of topics, pertaining to, among other things, American–German relations, American foreign policy and the cold war, educational policy and practice, digital technology and the metamorphosis of our institutions and values, and recent political, economic, and social developments in Germany. DATE: Wednesday January […]
Public Policy Lecture Poster 2015 (PDF) The photograph of the dead boy on the beach revealed that Canadians are not as indifferent to refugees as their government. The suffering of refugees has challenged Canadians to rethink who we are as a country. Are we here only to be prosperous and safe, or are we capable […]
Listen to interesting speakers on a variety of topics and eat a free lunch! Students who attend 6 lunch talks over the year will receive a Certificate of Participation, while those who attend 10 talks or more will receive a Certificate of Active. Talks take place in the Senior Common Room.