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October 2022

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

Working with Vulnerable People in Turbulent Times

Learn about Development Workshop's trajectory starting from a group of students working on research on development all the way to an international NGO. Speaker: Allan Cain, Director of Development Workshop, Architect, Urban Development Specialist Event is available in person and virtual via zoom No registration is required. However, if you would like to attend in person, we encourage you to email Professor Erin Nelson at enelson@uoguelph.ca.

Making Sense of the Quebec Election: Understanding the Future of Quebec Politics

Making Sense of the Quebec Election: Understanding the Future of Quebec Politics Join our panel of political experts on Zoom for a breakdown of the 2002 Quebec election and a discussion on the future of Quebec politics! Panelists: Dr. Mireille Lalancette | Associate Professor Département de lettres et communication sociale Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Dr. Valérie-Anne Mahéo | Assistant Professor Département de science politique Université Laval