More from Upcoming IHSP and Other McGill Events

Supporting Science and Policy Integration through Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

9 Mar 2021 12:30
13:30

IHSP Policy Talks Webinar

Supporting Science and Policy Integration through Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

Speaker:

Vik Pant, PhD

Chief Scientist and Chief Science Advisor, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Information (iSchool), University of Toronto and Founder, Synthetic Intelligence Forum (SIF)

Description:

Equity First Responder Workshop

9 Mar 2021 15:00
17:00

This two-hour session is intended for staff and faculty who have been appointed Equity Ambassadors or Equity First Responders in their Department or Faculty. The session will provide information on McGill policies and resources and will explore options for reporting and mediation related to discrimination, sexual violence and/or harassment. Participants will also learn about how to respond to disclosures, and will apply what they’ve learned via analysis and discussion of case studies.

Resistance in the Time of a Pandemic (2021 Mallory Lecture)

10 Mar 2021 05:00
06:00
The 2021 Mallory Lecture, delivered by Ellen Gabriel   Wednesday, March 10, 2021, 5-6 p.m. (EDT)   This event is free, but registration is required.

Equity Education for Student Affairs Professionals

10 Mar 2021 14:00
15:30

This series of workshops provides an environment for student affairs professionals to learn about topics related to equity, diversity, and inclusion, and how they apply in their roles working with students. This series is designed to follow each other, however there are no prerequisites to attend any of the sessions.

Managing Challenging Conversations in the Classroom

11 Mar 2021 14:00
16:00

Challenging comments and conversations are becoming increasingly common in classrooms. How do you respond when they arise in yours? Are you interested in developing your skills and toolkit of resources when it comes to navigating these difficult moments? This two-hour interactive workshop is designed to address a collective need for effective ways to engage in the classroom, particularly where ideological tensions or controversies arise.

Applying an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Lens to the Research Team

12 Mar 2021 14:00
16:00

This workshop offers an introduction to EDI principles in the establishment and maintenance of research teams. Best practices will be explored with a focus on team composition and recruitment processes, training and development opportunities, and approaches to inclusion. Problem solving exercises will be used to develop competencies in these areas. Common problems arising on research teams will also be identified and situated within McGill policy and procedural contexts.

EDI in Research and Grant Proposals

15 Mar 2021 13:00
14:00

This workshop is for faculty and researchers who want to know more about how to implement EDI strategies and practices in their research projects and grant applications. It will provide an overview of a framework for thinking about EDI in research and knowledge production and then connect that to different areas of research proposals, including research content and design, methodology, HQP training, and knowledge dissemination.

Anti-Racism in Teaching Practice

16 Mar 2021 13:00
15:00

How does race and racism impact learning spaces? What is our role as educators in shaping the learning environment? This two-hour interactive workshop will explore how understanding racism and integrating an anti-racist practice can shift the culture of a classroom or institution. By attending this workshop, instructors will be able to:

Inclusive Facilitation Workshop

18 Mar 2021 13:30
15:30

What is inclusive facilitation and how can it enhance the learning experience? How can principles of anti-oppression inform how we communicate and connect to each other? This two-hour interactive workshop will explore our top ten tips for inclusive facilitation and support participants in developing their skills as facilitators in and out of the classroom. By attending this workshop, instructors will be able to:

A Journey into Cyberfrumeminism. Women, Social Media and Religious Authority in North America (2021 Eakin Lecture)

18 Mar 2021 16:00
17:00
The 2021 Eakin Lecture, delivered by Dr. Jessica Roda, about how ultra-Orthodox women use social media as a transformative counterpublic space.   Thursday, March 18, 2021, 4-5 p.m. (EDT)   This event is free, but registration is required. Register here.   Dr.

Homelessness Prevention: Framework, Examples and Evidence

23 Mar 2021 12:30
13:30

IHSP Policy Talks Webinar

Homelessness Prevention: Framework, Examples and Evidence

Speakers:

James Hughes President and CEO, Mission Brewery

Hannah Brais Research Coordinator, Mission Brewery

Eric Latimer Department of Psychiatry, McGill University

Description:

Save the Date: McGill Global Health Programs Webinar

25 Mar 2021 12:00
13:30
Save the Date: Overcoming Barriers to Equitable Distribution of COVID-19 vaccines

 

Managing Challenging Conversations in the Workplace

25 Mar 2021 14:00
16:00

Challenging comments and conversations including microaggressions are becoming increasingly common in the workplace. How do you respond when they arise in yours? Are you interested in developing your skills and toolkit of resources when it comes to navigating these difficult moments? This two-hour interactive workshop is designed to address a collective need for effective ways to engage in our working spaces.

By attending this workshop, participants will be able to:

Gender Diversity and Inclusive Language

26 Mar 2021 10:00
12:00

Are you interested in creating a workplace that is welcoming and inclusive of 2SLGBTQIA+ people but not sure exactly how to do this? This 2-hour interactive workshop provides a concise introduction to gender diversity and inclusive language. At end of this workshop, staff will be able to:

Mentoring Relationships With a Focus on Equity

26 Mar 2021 14:00
15:30

What is mentoring and why does it matter? This workshop offers an introduction to mentoring with a focus on equity. Challenges and strategies in developing and maintaining effective mentoring relationships are discussed. Models for building successful mentoring relationships are outlined.

By attending this workshop, participants will be able to:

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