Friday’s conference brings lawyers, scholars, financiers and regulators together to grapple with the Canadian mining industry’s most pressing issues.Read more
University of Quebec political science Professor Jacques Levesque will discuss where Russia fits now, as part of the Royal Society of Canada Governor General Lecture Series at Glendon Wednesday.
Avant-garde music pioneer John Cage (1912-1992) would have turned 100 during this current academic year and to celebrate, the Faculty of Fine Arts is holding a ‘musicircus’ of performances Feb. 7, from 3 to 7pm.Read more
Demeter Press has published three new books about mothering, including a novel, a memoir and a scholarly collection, which will launch Feb. 20 in celebration of motherhood, literature and scholarship.
The University Libraries are launching a LibQUAL+ survey on Feb. 11. Feedback from the 2010 survey was used to double the e-book collection, add study seats and renovate space.Read more
Artists from all disciplines are encouraged to examine the past, present and future of law as part of Osgoode’s new Artist-in-Residence Fellowship. A first call for expressions of interest, with a deadline of Thursday, Feb. 28, has been posted on the Osgoode website.Read more
Osgoode Hall Law School, the Lassonde School of Engineering and the Office of the Vice-President Research & Innovation are hosting a Research Celebration Feb. 4 to celebrate the convergence of engineering and law.
Professor Christian Haas, Canada Research Chair in Arctic Sea Ice Geophysics, will deliver the talk “Arctic Sea Ice: Where are we headed?” Tuesday, Feb. 5.
This weekend’s meet will feature student-athletes and club athletes from across Ontario and will mark the last time the York University Lions track and field team competes at home for this season.
The event features local politicians, scholars and anti-casino activists attempting to address why are casinos bad economic policy and what political strategies are needed to defeat casino development in Toronto.