In September, Professor Frankie Condon, who has conducted extensive research in anti-racism rhetoric and anti-racism pedagogy, will lead the discussion of Robin DiAngelo’s, White Fragility (2018), the New York Times bestseller that gained international prominence in the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd in the US.
The Indigenous Initiatives Office invites you to honour and celebrate Indigenous History Month with keynote speaker the Honourable Murray Sinclair.
Join Alumni Tracy Primeau, BA ‘98, in a discussion about Indigenous Business and Leadership. Tracy Primeau is a shift manager at Bruce Power, and also member of many organizations – she is a member of the Board of Directors of Women in Nuclear Canada, Chair of the Women’s House Serving Bruce and Grey, Executive of the Kincardine Bulldogs Hockey Club and sits on two Municipality of Kincardine Council committees.
In honour of Asian heritage month the President's Anti-Racism Taskforce (PART) invites you to attend Explorations of Asian Identity, Perceptions and Belonging. The event will feature a robust panel discussion that explores Asian-Canadian identity and anti-Asian racism, particularly in light of the rise in hate crimes over the past year.
WaterTalk: Responding to the World Water Crisis: Mar del Plata (1977) to New York (2023)
As part of the Water Institute's WaterTalks lecture series, Quentin Grafton, Professor of Economics and Chairholder UNESCO Chair in Water Economics and Transboundary Water Governance at the Australian National University (ANU), will present: Responding to the World Water Crisis: Mar del Plata (1977) to New York (2023).
WaterTalk: Recognizing the spiritedness and agency of water: Personhood and other legal approaches
Aimée Craft, Professor Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa and University Research Chair Nibi miinawaa aki inaakonigewin: Indigenous governance in relationship with land and water, will present: Recognizing the spiritedness and agency of water: Personhood and other legal approaches.
Join Elaine Gómez as she will describe the importance of representation in games and digital media. She will speak to how gaming has the power to destroy the perpetuation of stereotypical perceptions and will explain how games can be designed to create social impact in meaningful ways.
Dr. Jan Jukema, professor of personalized care, will address how citizens, researchers, professionals, government and organizations can collaborate for better access to health care for vulnerable people.
Please join us in-person or on Zoom for a discussion on the current state of the agricultural ammonia market, the pressure for green ammonia solutions, and the demand for independent hydrogen production at the farm level.
Join us for Quantum Today, where we sit down with researchers from the University of Waterloo’s Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) to talk about their work, its impact and where their research may lead.