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May
1
Tue
Asian & South Asian Heritage Month Tickets
May 1 – May 31 all-day
Dutch Heritage Month Tickets
May 1 – May 31 all-day
Jewish Heritage Month (Ontario) Tickets
May 1 – May 31 all-day
Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month Tickets
May 1 – May 31 all-day
May
22
Tue
Semester Abroad 2018: ENVS 4215, Globalization and Indigenous Peoples Tickets
May 22 @ 8:30 am – May 29 @ 5:00 pm

Instructor: Ravi de Costa

Indigenous peoples are distinct communities who have experienced the processes of globalization in particular ways. Focusing on the experience of Indigenous peoples in Costa Rica, the course examines the global historical processes of imperialism and colonialism and their legacies of racism, assimilation and marginalization. The course then examines Indigenous peoples’ resistance to globalization and engagement with global networks, movements and institutions, in order to protect their cultures and assert their rights. We will think about these issues in context, by living with and learning from several Indigenous communities in the south of Costa Rica.

May
28
Mon
National AccessAbility Week Tickets
May 28 – Jun 3 all-day
Professional Learning: New Grad AQ: Math(P/J) Course Begins Tickets
May 28 all-day

Register for the Blended New Grad – Mathematics(P/J), Part 1.

Drop-in and Guided Writing Room Tickets
May 28 @ 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

Drop-in and Guided Writing Room – S312 Ross

Drop-in sessions are 15 minutes in length. No appointment necessary!

Can’t get an appointment? Only need a little help? Need a place to write? Have no fear – the WC’s New Drop-In and Guided Writing Room is here!

Beginning the week of September 25, our new Drop-in and Guided Writing Room in Ross S312 will be open Monday to Friday from 10:30-3:30 for students who have no appointment, but would like a short (15 minute) consultation with an instructor, have a specific question or two, or just want to work on their writing in a supportive, resource-rich environment.

Our resource room may occasionally be used for other activities such as workshops – in which case drop-in will take place by going to the reception desk and checking for drop-in availability with our staff.

Just come to S312 Ross sign in – take a number and get to work.

An instructor will check in with you to offer assistance, to guide you toward resources, or to facilitate consultation with others on similar issues or assignments.

Drop-ins at the Career Centre (In-Person or Phone) Tickets
May 28 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Meet with a career educator for a 15 minute drop-in session to:

  • ask a career question
  • get advice and feedback about your job search
  • find out about career development and job search resources and supports you can access
  • get quick tips for your resume OR cover letter

You may also call our office at (416) 736-5351 to speak to a career educator.

No registration is required. This service will be on a first come, first served basis and is not meant to replace the variety of one-on-one appointments we offer. In the event we have several students waiting, students may be asked to discuss only one main concern.

May
29
Tue
Drop-ins at the Career Centre (In-Person or Phone) Tickets
May 29 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Meet with a career educator for a 15 minute drop-in session to:

  • ask a career question
  • get advice and feedback about your job search
  • find out about career development and job search resources and supports you can access
  • get quick tips for your resume OR cover letter

You may also call our office at (416) 736-5351 to speak to a career educator.

No registration is required. This service will be on a first come, first served basis and is not meant to replace the variety of one-on-one appointments we offer. In the event we have several students waiting, students may be asked to discuss only one main concern.