Develop strategies to translate ‘women’s emotional labour’ into ‘executive leadership practice’ Join Dr. M. Gloria González-Morales and Dr. Grace Ewles to explore the links between gender, emotional labour, imposter syndrome, stress, and burnout and ways to effectively translate women’s emotional labour into executive leadership practice. Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.
Collective action in the Canadian Rohingya community: A contentious politics perspective Join us for a research presentation by PhD candidate Yuriko Cowper-Smith who explores the emergence of the Canadian Rohingya social movement.
For 10 years, CESI’s Research Shop has trained graduate student researchers to work with community organizations, supporting them to design and implement research that addresses community-identified priorities. We invite you to join us as we mark this milestone with a symposium exploring practical approaches to community-university collaboration and ground-level impacts of the work done through the Research Shop.
Jessie Thomson holds an honours BA degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Toronto and a Master of Science degree in International Development Studies from the London School of Economics. Jessie spent five years as CARE Canada’s senior director of the Humanitarian Assistance and Emergency Team and now leads the organization’s Partnerships for Global Change unit.
The annual CSAHS awards ceremony celebrates students the success of the College and the achievements of students from the past year. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. and will be followed by a reception. Cutten Fields is a wheel-chair accessible venue and will provide free parking. Please contact the Office of the Associate Dean Academic if you require assistance with directions or wish to receive more information about the venue. Attendees are asked to RSVP by October 4th by visiting csahsawards2019.eventbrite.ca
We are excited to invite you to our upcoming Personal-Strategic Planning session for faculty. Coffee/tea and light breakfast will be served, including vegan and gluten-free options. In this workshop, we will work on mapping the factors that can help (levers) and hinder (pushers) our ideal selves. If you have the time, we invite you to complete the VIA Character Strengths assessment online to gain insight into your unique character strengths.
Learn effective approaches to initiating conversation and responding to feedback around your thesis Discover strategies and tools to help address and engage with feedback from your committee
learn effective approaches to mentoring and supporting your graduate students consider strategies for providing effective feedback and helping students write, revise and polish their thesis and dissertations.
Examining the Roadblocks and Possibilities of Self-Care Given the difficulty post-secondary students face accessing timely, affordable and stigma-free professional care, how are university students with mental health experiences managing their health and wellbeing? McMaster University Ph.D candidate Loa Gordon will share her graduate research on how students are increasingly seeking self-care as a form of wellness and what the implications of this trend are. Coffee and light refreshements will be provided.
Political Science speaker series presents: A group of experts in Canadian politics explore the issues at stake in the federal election 2019. Ian Spears – Associate professor of political science, University of Guelph, Moderator Tamara Smalls – Associate professor of political science, University of Guelph Matthew Hayday – Professor of history, University of Guelph Anna Esselment – Associate professor of political science, University of Waterloo