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The Winter Town Hall will focus on three broad themes: environment and sustainability; meeting the needs of students within a research-intensive university; funding of the University. There will also be a question and answer period at the end to provide a forum for general queries.
Please be advised of a ventilation shutdown affecting ventilation system #1 (east side only) of the Bronfman Building on Thursday, February 8, from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. This shutdown is necessary for Facilities to perform maintenance on said ventilation system. For information, please contact Marc Laliberté at ext. 4596.
Library and Information Science Retrospective 1905-1983 is available for free until March 28, 2007. Feedback is always greatly appreciated.
Book symposium in Canberra on Prof. Desmond Manderson's 'Proximity, Levinas and the Soul of the Law'
The Australian National University and the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy are sponsoring a book symposium on Desmond Manderson's book "Proximity, Levinas and the Soul of the Law" as part of the ASLP annual conference. The event will take place in Canberra from March 30 to April 1, 2007.
Meet with representatives from the Desautels Faculty of Management MBA program that "opens doors around the world" in Toronto, on February 21, at the Fairmount Royal York Hotel, 100 Front Street, rooms 5 & 6.
Desautels Faculty of Management professor Robert Hebdon is the recipient of the 2007 Gunderson Prize in Industrial Relations and Human Resources. The prize is awarded annually to an alumnus of the University of Toronto's Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources in recognition of his or her outstanding accomplishments and contributions to the Centre.
Desautels Faculty of Management professor Liette Lapointe's Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) team has won over $3.7 million in funding for conducting research on frailty and aging.