With Dr. Andrew Millward, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Ryerson University Lunch and Learn, all are welcome!
1 Topic, 3 Takes University Research Awardees explore big ideas
The Body Project is a workshop that aims to promote positive body image, reduce body shaming and encourage women to accept themselves as they are. Participants must attend both sessions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Refreshments will be provided!
Free public talk and book signing in support of the United Nations’ HeForShe women’s solidarity movement for gender equality. Why do some people drive change while others are blindsided by it? Why are some people able to adapt and thrive? How can we make change easier? Becoming comfortable with discomfort won’t just make us more resilient and more successful, however we define success. It will also make us happier.
This event has been cancelled last minute. Sorry for any inconvenience. WHAT DOES THE FUTURE OF JUSTICE LOOK LIKE? Guest speaker Senator Kim Pate discusses the future of Canada’s legal and penal system. --------------------------------------------------
The Recruit Guelph Job Fair is an opportunity to meet employers who are looking to hire students for summer, co-op, part-time, full-time and contract positions. All employers at the fair have active job positions on Recruit Guelph and are attending to meet with applicants face-to-face to answer any questions. Students of all programs and years are welcome to attend this fair. What to Bring:
A Panel Discussion with: Christopher LaRoche, Political Science, U of T Steven Denney, Political Science, U of T Moderated by Andrea Para, Political Science, U of G All are welcome!
CSAHS Dean's Office recognizes the recipients of the Dean's Undergraduate Scholarships, Graduate external funding (NSERC, SSHRC) and the College's Teaching Awards as well as all nominees.
A panel discussion with Aaron Ettinger - Political Science, University of Waterloo Carla Norrlof - Political Science, University of Toronto Moderated by CSAHS own, Ian Spears All are welcome!
Learn how to decrease insomnia, fall asleep (or back to sleep) more easily, and get more energy from sleep using proven, drug-free strategies. This five-session program meets at noon on Fridays, from noon to 1 p.m. An online program is also available. The fee is $20 for U of G students, $25 for members of USW Local 4120, and $50 for all others.