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2019 Winter Session Courses with International Engagement – ASTU 401

ASTU 401G Wicked Problems in Community Development This course is available for the 2019 Winter Session (January – April 2020) “WICKED PROBLEMS” is an upper level course led by the Faculty of Arts! This is a specialized interdisciplinary course: students … Continue reading

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Roots on the Roof presents Summer Solstice Celebration 2019 | June 27, 2019

Roots on the Roof would like to formally invite you to their Summer Solstice Celebration 2019! Celebrate this BEEautiful summer season and the abundance of the garden! Join  them for an evening at the rooftop garden at the Nest and … Continue reading

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Living Language: Science and Society (LFS 402)

Living Language is an interdisciplinary, transition-out course for fourth-year students who will use language science as a model for examining the knowledge they have gained in their respective disciplines and how to apply it beyond their graduation, in work and … Continue reading

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SOCI 495F: Community Based Participatory Research: Approaches and Applications

Looking for practical experience with Community-Based Participatory research? Check out this exciting International Service Learning Program!   SOCI 495F: Community Based Participatory Research: Approaches and Applications Summer 2019 | Taught by: Kerry Greer | Apply  Collaborate with an international community partner and learn … Continue reading

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Info Session: LFS 302D: Asian Elephant  Compassionate Conservation | January 18, 2019

LFS 302D: Asian Elephant Compassionate Conservation Info Session on Friday, January 18 An information session will be held on Friday, January 18 at 12:30pm in MCML 258 for LFS 302D – Asian Elephant Compassionate Conservation in Thailand, which will run … Continue reading

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Info Session – LFS 302D: Asian Elephant Compassionate Conservation | January 18, 2019

LFS 302D – Asian Elephant Compassionate Conservation in Thailand  An Info Session will be held on Friday, January 18 at 12:30pm in MacMillan 258. This course explores how the science of animal well-being can be used in conservation to improve … Continue reading

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New Courses on Global Issues and Community Engagement

Interested in global issues and community engagement? Check out these exciting new courses! New Course Offerings in Term 2 CONS 449C 204: Conversations on race and climate change Time: Mondays, 1:30 – 4:30 pm Instructor: Janette Bulkan Credits: 3 Conversations … Continue reading

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Soci 495A: An Introduction to the Sociology of Climate Change.

New Course: Soci 495A: An Introduction to the Sociology of Climate Change. Pre-requisites: None. (If you have trouble registering, please contact the instructor for assistance. The calendar indicates that Soci 100 is required, but this will be waived by the … Continue reading

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Impact Evaluation Analytics: LFS International Field Studies – Indonesia

LFS 302B (6 credits) This course is designed to introduce students to the principles and applications of development project M&E. The world of international development faces many challenges, one of which is the failure of assistance interventions (aid projects and … Continue reading

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International Studies on Sustainable Agriculture – Cuba – Info Session | Nov. 9

New Course: LFS 302A (3 credits) This course is a wonderful experience for anyone who wants to understand more about sustainable food systems and resilient communities. Traveling for 23 days across Cuba, visiting its farms and research stations, you will … Continue reading

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