“Loose Lips Sink Schools - The Threat of Teacher Talk to Democracy”
DR. KRISTINA LLEWELLYN, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, RENISON UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30TH, 2012 | 12:00 – 1:00 P.M. | DUNKER FAMILY LOUNGE
Open House and Information Session for Prospective Students and Parents
This year, Sakura Japanese Language School is open to children ages four to seven. Next year, we are planning to launch an additional class for older students. Please come and see our resource rich child-friendly environment!
Registration is not necessary. Prospective students are welcome too. Parking is available.
Sound is a powerful medium for the evoking of emotion, thoughts and memories. But images often have the greatest emotional impact.
Renison University College welcomes you to join us at Conrad Grebel University College for the Fall 2012 instalment of the East West Concert Series.
Music and images to be explored include excerpts from:
THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT. Thank you for the incredible amount of interest shown for this event. You might also be interested in the Renison Alumni Event at the Toronto FC's Kia Training Ground on December 6, 2012.
Please join us as we celebrate International Week on campus! Renison will host the Fiesta Fundraiser on Tuesday, November 13 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm in Renison's Great Hall Cafeteria. There will be Mexican food and drinks for sale (bring your toonies!), free activities, and information about Renison's Canada-Mexico International Learning Experience (CMILE), a program that takes students into the heart of Mexico to promote awareness of cross-cultural issues and a deeper understanding of issues of social justice.
Join men's basketball coach Greg Francis for dinner in Renison's Great Hall Cafeteria on Monday, November 12! After sharing a meal, Coach Francis will deliver a talk and then open up the floor for a question and answer period.
The event is open to everyone; you can either purchase your dinner at Renison's cafeteria or bring your own! (Renison residents can attend for free.) Seating is limited.
Saturday, November 10 marks the second of three sessions for "Faith & the Feminine: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives." This series explores how the feminine is understood in scriptures, traditions, and social expectations in all three faiths.
Please join Renison Professor Idrisa Pandit as she takes part in the Abrahamic Faith Forum. The forum will explore Jesus in the three faith traditions - Jewish, Christian and Muslim. This forum has been in place for several years, and allows scholars of the three Abrahamic faith traditions to come together and engage in dialogue over common themes or personalities from their faith traditions.
This upcoming Saturday, November 3, Renison and the University of Waterloo will be throwing open their doors and inviting you to visit! This would be a great time to come and learn more about Renison's programs and residence.