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Addressing Islamophobia in the Classroom: Improving the student experience

Join us for a workshop with the National Council of Canadian Muslims! About this event In celebration of Islamic Heritage Month, the University of Guelph Muslim Student Association, and the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences Dean’s Office present: Addressing Islamophobia in the Classroom: Improving the Student Experience

Linking Career to Curriculum

Learn how to integrate career development education into the classroom and curriculum! Every fall and winter, the University of Guelph holds a career development conference called "Arts and Science Connections: A Deconstructed Conference about Career Possibilities" for faculty and staff who are looking or ways to embed career deveopment into their classroom.

Film Screening and Q&A - HERD: Inuit Voices on Caribou

About the event GIDS will be hosting a 15-minute version and a behind-the-scenes of the film Herd: Inuit Voices on Caribou. A lively conversation and Q&A with IDS alumnus, Dr. David Borish and colleagues will follow.   This new film - Herd: Inuit Voices on Caribou - documents the implications of a 99% decline in caribou populations for Inuit communities in Labrador.  Registration is required and the Zoom link will be provided closer to the event.

Environment in India 2047 - Speaker Series

As a part of India 2047 speaker service, here from a panel of experts about the future of India's environment: Indigenous rights in 2047: Learning from Indigenous Himalayan Youth Mabel Denzin Gergan, Assistant Professor of Asian Studies, Vanderbilt University India’s cities in 2047: Climate-smart, or ecologically foolish? Harini Nagendran, Director, Research Center & Professor and Lead, Centre for Climate Change and Sustainability, Azim Premji University

Building Large Partnerships and Strategic Collaborations Workshop

Join us virtually or in person for a workshop on building large partnerships and strategic collaborations. Hear from peers with experience securing and coordinating large partnership grants. This two-part workshop will focus on: pre-award project planning and relationship building, and post-award financial and team management. This workshop is open to all U of G faculty and graduate students. Lunch will be provided for those who attend in person.

Are Politicians Democratic Realists?

What do Canadian politicians actually think about democracy, voting, and elections? Join us for a Presentation by Dr. Jack Lucas on the consequences of politicians’ theories of democracy.   Guest Speaker: Jack Lucas Associate Professor,  Department of Political Science,  University of Calgary
Strategic Resources & Commodity Cycles: Implications for the Global South

Strategic Resources & Commodity Cycles: Implications for the Global South

Join us for a thought-provoking roundtable discussion highlighting the aspects of strategic resources and commodity cycles and the implications for the global south. Speakers: Dr. Craig Johnson Professor and Director, Guelph Institute of Development Studies Rebecca Tatham PhD Candidate, University of Guelph Dr. Adam Sneyd Associate Professor, Dept of Political Science Steffi Hamann (Moderator) Assistant Professor, Dept of Political Science

Experiences of Discrimination in Guelph-Wellington - A Discussion of Research Findings and Community Reflections

The Community Engaged Scholarship Institute (CESI) and the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences (CSAHS) at the University of Guelph in partnership with the Guelph Wellington Local Immigration Partnership (GWLIP), invite you to join us on International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination as we share key results from the recent GWLIP study, Discrimination Experienced by Immigrants, Visible Minorities, and Indigenous Peoples in Guelph and Wellington County.

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