Presenter 1: Parco Sin Presenter 2: Jordan Ho
Speakers: Melisa Chouback and Mamta Vaswani
Rural History Roundtable presents: Allyson Stevenson, Aboriginal Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of History, University of Guelph: “On-Reserve Indigenous Women Organizing for Change: The Saskatchewan Indian Women’s Association, 1971-1980” Friday 3 March 2017, 4:00-6:00 PM in MacKinnon 132
Dr. Deborah McGregor, York University Indigenous environmental justice; water governance; indigenous intellectual traditions. Coffee and Snacks
The Undergraduate Psychology Society is hosting a Suicide Awareness and Prevention Banquet. This semi-formal event will consist of a 3 course meal, raffles, and engaging speakers promoting awareness and discussion about suicide ideation on and off campus. Tickets can always be purchased by contacting email@example.com until Feb 19th, 2017. All students, staff, faculty, friends, loved ones, are welcome to attend. We are all in this together.
What do we know about the communities that we live in? The Community Engaged Scholarship Institute invites you to What We Know: Research and Insight on Guelph Wellington on Wednesday, March 1st, from 1:30-4pm at the Old Quebec Street Shoppes.
Meet employers hiring for summer, co-op, part-time, full-time and contract employment opportunities. Network and chat about career options, industry trends and salary expectations. Students from all years and programs are welcome to attend. Download the U of G Career Fair Plus app or visit www.recruitguelph.ca for a full list of employers attending.
Dr. Candace Johnson is professor of Polical Science at the University of Guelph. She has published widely on issues of maternal health, reproductive rights, health care policy, and gender politics. She is the author of Maternal Transition: A North-South Politics of Pregnancy and Childbirth (Routledge 2016) and numerous articles in prestigious journals including Canadian Journal of Political Science, Polity, and Global Public Health. In this lecture, she will examine the political implications of the Zika epidemic.
The next NACS speaker will be our newest NACS faculty member, Dr. Chris Fiacconi.