In a new collaboration between the Carold Institute for the Advancement of Citizenship in Social Change and St. Paul’s University College, the Carold institute Visiting Fellow program will bring to campus former or current Alan Thomas Fellows of the Carold Institute to engage with students, faculty, and the public on social innovation for a more just and humane society in Canada and beyond. Fellows will spend a week on campus, during which they will give a public lecture, lead classroom discussions, and meet with students and faculty.
St. Paul's visiting professor Joe Hulse passed away recently, at the age of 90. Joe taught in our International Development program and lived in the Grad Apartments at St. Paul's. We extend our deepest sympathies to his family.
Taya Devlin, a St. Paul’s Don and Planning student, knows that women with shaved heads make many people uneasy, but at the men’s basketball half-time show on November 16, she’ll be doing just that in support of breast cancer awareness. In fact, this action has been on her bucket list for some time.