On October 21 Aga Khan Foundation Canada, together with St. Paul’s University College and the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development at the University of Waterloo invite you to join a conversation about Canada’s role in reducing global poverty. This participatory workshop will explore effective solutions to some of the most pressing challenges faced by communities at home and globally. You will leave the workshop with ideas on how you can take action as a global citizen.
The Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Environment will be hosting a joint graduate information reception to provide students the opportunity to learn more about our programs.
The reception will begin at 4:30pm with three keynote speakers:
- Associate Dean Linda Warley | Faculty of Arts
- Professor Thomas Homer-Dixon | Faculty of Environment | CIGI Chair of Global Systems
- Associate Dean Paul Parker | Faculty of Environment
Following the keynote, students can:
Julia will be discussing the intricacies of running a local campaign from start until finish beginning with building a team to all the events related to Election Day. She will be providing practical and first-hand experience on everything from:
Don't miss this great event, hosted by the department of Political Science!
Everyone is welcome.
Light food and refreshments will be served.
Don't forget to vote!
Join us in the Political Science Lounge as we watch the Globe & Mail Leaders' Debate.
All are welcome!
Congratulations to our undergraduate and graduate students that are graduating on June 10!
Alison Loat: Tragedy in the Commons
Though Canada is at the top of international rankings of democracies, Canadians themselves increasingly don’t see politics as a way to solve society’s problems. In the news, they see grandstanding in the House of Commons and MPs pursuing agendas that don’t always make sense to the people who elected them.
Join the department of Political Science as we celebrate books published by our faculty this year and the retirement of Professor Fred Bird.
Andrew Cooper - Diplomatic Afterlives
Join the Political Science Student Association as they present:
All students, staff and faculty are welcome!
All are welcome to attend the 4th Annual Political Science Graduate Student Conference!
"Rising Powers: Power Shifts in Global Governance"