Tag: University of Toronto

Invitation: OISE Lunar New Year Celebration – Feb 13, 2018


Greetings, Please join OISE alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends for a special Lunar New Year Celebration on: Date: February 13, 2018 Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Location: OISE Nexus Lounge, 12th Floor OISE Cost: $20 per person; $10 per child (under $12) Families welcome. This is a great way…

Summit for Mentoring Indigenous Graduate Students – February 5, 2018


Summit for Mentoring Indigenous Graduate Students One-day professional development event on Feb 5 Open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous faculty, staff, students, and educators Why is it important and who should attend? Hear from the co-organizers to find out. Watch below Lindsay DuPré on the Summit…

WELCOME BACK TO CAMPUS! JANUARY NEWSLETTER


View this email in your browser Annual General Meeting is Soon Approaching! Our second AGM will fill you in on what we have planned HELLO EVERYBODY AND HAPPY NEW YEAR! We’re hoping that everyone has yet another positive and healthy semester! The Black Students’…

Wonderful Women Writers Event: Oct 23


Dear all, This is a reminder for our Wonderful Women Writers event coming up next Monday, October 23rd. Hope to see you there! Centre for Women’s Studies in Education (CWSE) Office Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 12:00pm – 5pm Room 2-225, OISE, University of…

OCTOBER NEWSLETTER: FIRST JAM OF THE YEAR, HAIRSPRAY, and ELECTIONS!


View this email in your browser Black-to-School Party A party you don’t wanna miss! On Saturday, October 7th, 11pm-2am the BSA is throwing our first party of the year at Harlem Underground located at 745 Queen St W. DJ ROSEGOLD will prodive all the…

Wonderful Women Writers Series, TODAY!


Come and joint us today at 5:15pm! Centre for Women’s Studies in Education (CWSE), OISE, University of Toronto presents, WONDERFUL WOMEN WRITERS SERIES A reading series showcasing women writers and their feminist and women-centred fiction with readings from authors,Mary Frances Coady, Elizabeth Greene, Gianna…

Elections, Volunteer Callout & Updates!


VOLUNTEER CALLOUT – BSA’s ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE! Hello everyone! The Black Students’ Association at UofT is looking for some dedicated students to join the BSA’s Annual High School Conference Volunteer Team! ABOUT HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE: Annually, the Black Students’ Association hosts a high…

DREAMGIRLS, UPDATES & MARCH MADNESS


Black Students Association @ Uoft & Vanessa Jev Productions, presents…. DREAMGIRLS!!!  The First Black Musical Production in UofT History & The Only Accredited Production of The Broadway Classic “Dreamgirls” in the Country!   Hello everyone! The Black Students’ Association at UofT in collaboration with…

Science Education


It is important to make sure that science education is not left behind in the development of education.

Self-Publishing Around The World at The School of Continuing Studies at the University of Toronto


Starts May 9, 2013 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. to July 11, 2013 Here`s how to register: Self-Publishing Around The World: http://2learn.utoronto.ca/uoft/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&cms=true&courseId=25437365 Write About Anything! Credit of $600.00 CAD for new graduates of the University of Toronto to take a course!

Three Amazon Marketing Options Prepare Self-Publishing Authors for Success


he Amazon Extreme Marketing Package from Outskirts Press offers self-publishing authors a head start on book marketing by taking triple advantage of the immense audience of Amazon.com, the largest online retailer in the United States. These valuable, popular options are free for authors who…

Meet The Author at Accents on Eglinton Today and Every Sunday


Come and Enjoy a Good Book! Meet the Instructor of the Self-Publishing Around The World Course at the School of Continuing Studies at the University of Toronto: Register at: http://2learn.utoronto.ca/uoft/search/publicCourseSearchDetails.do?method=load&cms=true&courseId=25437365

Supporting Discoveries at Toronto Research Institutions‏


Media Advisory Supporting Discoveries at Toronto Research Institutions March 14, 2013 Reza Moridi, Minister of Research and Innovation, will announce research investments in Toronto that will support new discoveries and create jobs for the people of Ontario.

Our Women & the Environment Series Continues with a Screening of Toxic Trespass‏


CWSE-ToxicTrespass Presenting session two of our Women/Embodiment, Environments, and the Arts series A seminar series about creative physicality in reaction to, and construction of, blended social and designed environments. Session Two: Screening of “Toxic Trespass” In Toxic Trespass director Barri Cohen launches an investigation…

15th Annual DNB Lecture: Patricia Nyaundi on Opening Truth Commissions to Women’s Truths


CWSE-PatriciaNyaundi The Centre for Women’s Studies in Education (CWSE) presents The 15th Annual Dame Nita Barrow Lecture Patricia Nyaundi Executive Officer of the of Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission Same Song, Different Notes: Opening Truth Commissions to Women’s Truths November 21, 2012, 7pm…

Media advisory – Early education for all – making it happen


TORONTO, Oct. 16, 2012 /CNW/ – October 22-23, 2012 – Researchers and policy makers are meeting here in a two-day symposium to examine the best ways of delivering preschool education to all Canada’s children. International and Canadian experts will present the latest evidence on…

Pambazuka News


http://www.pambazuka.org/en/category/features/84368

Remembering Thomas Sankara


Eusi Kwayana Visit


Eusi Kwayana Visit

Remembering Thomas Sankara at U of T on Saturday, Oct. 13th at 7pm & Job Vacancies‏


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-mungai/thomas-sankara_b_1588163.html True heroes of Africa often lie in unmarked graves. Their achievements are only celebrated by a minority of dissidents who are sparsely located around the continent and throughout its diaspora. Stifled by the fabricated feats of the African neo-colonialist aristocracy, the legacy left…

TODAY: Remembering Steve Biko at 7pm at U of T‏


September 19, 2012 Toronto, ON – The Network for Pan-Afrikan Solidarity (NPAS) has organized a forum to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the martyrdom of Steve Biko. This event will be on Thursday, September 20 at 7pm in Room 5-280 at the Ontario Institute…

Dean’s Graduate Student Research Conference


Donna Kakonge, OISE Dean’s Graduate Conference


Circle of Interest


By Khalid Musa Artwork for above By Akina Lalla I claim I’m not a poet but I can feel it in my bones                                                             I say I don’t carry pain but u can hear it in my tone First they enslaved us, then when we…

A New Book That Will Revolutionize the Teaching Profession


Professional Capital: Transforming Teaching in Every School NEW YORK, March 1, 2012, /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Teachers College Press is pleased to announce the publication of Professional Capital: Transforming Teaching in Every School, the newest book from best-selling education authors, Andy Hargreaves and Michael Fullan. Copublished…

Reminder of Women Writing Letters Event: Sunday January 22, 2012


WWL-Jan2012-2 Join us for the next Women Writing Letters Event A LETTER TO MY ________ BIRTHDAY in honour of Gailey Road’s 5th Birthday Celebration. With panelists: Marianne Fedunkiw, playwright Grace Feuerverger, writer, and educator Marisa Gelfusa, fiction writer Jackie Laidlaw, actor Supinder Wraich, actor…

Most Interesting Campuses in Ontario


Ontario has some of the most beautiful campuses in the country of Canada. Here is a quick description of some of them: Queen’s University located in Kingston is a picturesque town with a campus that is charming. You can actually see the ivy growing…

Dinosaur Meat


Sarah DeMille Online Story Snake dined on dinos A University of Toronto snake hunter and researcher has discovered an ancient snake that made its meal out of dinosaurs. The prehistoric viper, known as Sanajeh indicus, was the length of a small car and has…

TOK Writing Series


As a professor, I was fortunate to receive the TOK reading series, issued by the University of Toronto. The TOK series is a collection of three books, all of them anthologies. Once I finally got down to completing the series, other books interrupting the…

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