Last chance to register for Leading Effective Discussions: Facilitation Skills for Graduate Students Workshop
A few spots still open! Improve your communication, facilitation and leadership skills with this practical and participatory workshop.
The Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL) is very pleased to invite you to an afternoon of panels on current sustainable development and law research, followed by the launch of new CISDL publications & a reception.
14:00 – 14:15 Welcome by CISDL Senior Director & CISDL Chairperson
An Alternative Globalization Organization "Another World is Possible"
Together we can make a difference.
Citizens in Action is a non-profit, non-partisan, progressive group of concerned citizens, dedicated to economic & social justice, would like to invite you to attend a free public conference on The Limits to Economic Growth, with guest speaker Dr. Peter Brown (To be followed by a discussion period).
Post-Synaptic Careers - Life after a Neuroscience Degree (A new Discussion Series with guest speakers)
What can one do after a degree in Neuroscience?
This discussion series will address this question through informal conversations with some successful non-academics with graduate degrees in neuroscience; the series will compliment IPN’s Pathways and Connections, which is the academic equivalent of Post-Synaptic Careers. This is your chance to talk to those who were once where you are. Ask the guest speakers about the often difficult decision to leave academia and the important, but sometimes serendipitous, connections that led them to where they are now.
Improve your communication, facilitation and leadership skills with this practical and participatory workshop.
Interested in urban sustainability skills and systems design?
Come to an all-day workshop with Scott Kellogg of the Radix Ecological Sustainability Center: community-based sustainable solutions. Scott is an experienced teacher, activist, ecological designer, and father. He is currently earning a Masters in Environmental Science from Johns Hopkins University.
Since colonial contact and occupation, there have been dramatic changes to the identity, culture, and society of Indigenous peoples of Canada. In today's Candian landscape, what issues do Indigenous people face? How has colonialism impacted their traditions and everyday life, societies, and economy? What have been the successes and breakthroughs? What is the outlook for the future?
Visit the Sustainability Research Symposium on March 14th for sepakers, posters, discussions, and lunch!
Dr. David W. Wolfe | Professor at Cornell University
Dr. Monica Mulrennan | Associate Professor at Concordia University
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