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Events

  • Wednesday, April 29 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Monday, April 27 - 5:00 - 7:00 PM
    Strategies to improve success of under-represented/low income students in higher education
    Steven Brint is the author or editor of six books and has published more than 50 journal articles and book chapters. His book on community colleges, The Diverted Dream (with Jerome Karabel), won the American Education Research Association's Outstanding Book award of 1991 and the Council of Colleges and Universities' Outstanding Research Publication award the same year. Brint's research group, Colleges & Universities 2000, was funded for 12 years by the National Science Foundation and two philanthropies. The project has produced two widely-used databases, the Institutional Data Archive on American Higher Education and the College Catalog Study database, as well as two dozen published papers and dissertations.
  • Friday, April 24 - 1:00 - 4:00 PM
    Social Economy Centre - Nonprofit HR Network
    Third Meeting
    Nonprofit HR Network
    The purpose of the Nonprofit HR Network is to create a forum to learn about the HR issues that nonprofits are currently facing and foster best practices by promoting evidenced-based HR problem solving and continuous learning. The network will provide an opportunity for nonprofits to discuss specific HR issues, share ideas on best practices and develop HR expertise.
  • Wednesday, April 22 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Friday, April 17 - 2:00 - 4:00 PM
    Graduate Student Teaching at U of T
    A workshop for SJE students
    A workshop to help students find teaching jobs and let them know what they can expect in the search process
  • Wednesday, April 15 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Wednesday, April 15 - 12:00 - 1:30 PM
    Take Time to Paws
    On Wednesday, April 15th, the OISE Library will be hosting two St. John Ambulance Therapy Dogs, to provide students with a welcome study break.
    Similar visits have been implemented across all three University of Toronto campuses and we were very pleased to arrange a visit to OISE as well. The reason for inviting the dogs (or other animals) is that they have been shown to reduce stress and anxiety in general.
    For more information, please contact:
    Bridgette Kelly (Graduate Student Library Assistant) bridgette.kelly@utoronto.ca
  • Wednesday, April 15 - 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    CIDE SEMINAR: 'New demands of citizenship education in transnational contexts'
    Fazal Rizvi, U of Melbourne & Reva Joshee, LHAE/OISE
    In this symposium Fazal Rizvi and Reva Joshee will draw upon their research in Canada, Australia and India to reflect upon the extent to which and how the emerging global forces, ubiquitous mobilities and transnational connections demand new ways of thinking about citizenship education. They will consider how experiences of diversity in transnational settings are giving rise to new social formations, leading to new national imaginaries. They will also discuss how these transformations are resulting in new pedagogic challenges and opportunities. Sarfaroz Niyozov will provide additional critical reflections on the implications of the two presentations for the concept of citizenship education in light of an increasing number of youth in countries around the world who are joining violent extremist activities.
  • Monday, April 13 - 5:00 - 7:00 PM
    Queer Space Chat
    ... for queer teacher candidates and educators:
    Led by Shawna Carroll and Nicole West-Burns. Sponsored by the CEntre for Urban Schooling.
    A supportive "free-space" to be with other Queer (LGBTI2SQ) teacher candidates/educators to disucss issues that impact us.
    E-mail for room location.
  • Thursday, April 9 - 5:00 - 7:00 PM
    WLSC/AECD present: Veiled Remarks: Identity Contests, Gender Dynamics
    Pushkala Prasad, Ph.D, Zankel Chair, Skidmore College
    Drawing on the findings of a multi-sited ethnography, this presentation will unpack some of the cultural resistance to the hiring of qualified immigrants from the Middle East in Denmark and Sweden. Close attention will be paid to the complex ways in which the discourse of the Islamic veil legitimized exclusionary practices and served as a constant reminder of the exteriority of certain identity groups. Connections to, and departures from, an older Orientalist discourse will also be discussed.
  • Wednesday, April 8 - 5:30 - 8:30 PM
    CIDE's Got Talent event to celebrate end of term
    Sponsored by the CIDESA
    Event
  • Wednesday, April 8 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Wednesday, April 8 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    PhD Thesis Workshop Series & Writing Group
    Expert writing processes from pre-writing to post-writing; Finding support and maintaining
    The OSSC offers bi-weekly workshops alternating with thesis writing groups addressing "best practices" related to thesis/dissertation completion. Workshops will be moderated by a senior doctoral student and will include a guest speaker related to emerging topics surrounding the thesis/dissertation-writing genre. Workshops will include presentations, Q&A periods, individual reflection, and designated group writing time. This workshop series aims to concurrently address graduate student thesis/dissertation writing needs in a structured manner while providing a platform for emerging peer support thesis/dissertation writing groups.
    All are welcome.
  • Wednesday, April 8 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    CIDE SEMINAR: CIDE Students present their research
    Julieta Grieco, MA Cand, Sarah Jones, MA Cand, OISE
    Fostering international collaboration through study abroad scholarships: Lessons from Brazil's Science without Borders program
    Julieta Grieco is an M.A. Candidate, LHAE
    Phatic Competence: How L2 users understand and engage in phatic communion
    Sarah Jones is an MA candidate, CTL
  • Wednesday, April 8 - 10:00 - 10:30 AM
    Master's Thesis Writing Workshop Series & Writing Group
    Expert writing processes from pre-writing to post-writing; Finding support and maintaining
    The OSSC offers bi-weekly workshops alternating with thesis writing groups addressing "best practices" related to thesis/dissertation completion. Workshops will be moderated by a senior doctoral student and will include a guest speaker related to emerging topics surrounding the thesis/dissertation-writing genre. Workshops will include presentations, Q&A periods, individual reflection, and designated group writing time. This workshop series aims to concurrently address graduate student thesis/dissertation writing needs in a structured manner while providing a platform for emerging peer support thesis/dissertation writing groups.
    All are welcome.
  • Tuesday, April 7 - 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    Higher Education Group Seminar Series
    Marilyn Teitelbaum, PhD Candidate in Higher Education, will be presenting a mock oral of her thesis entitled, "What Factors Become Priorities in the Decision-making Process that Influence Administrators of Campus Space to Choose One Type of General-use Classroom Over Another? Marilyn combines three decades of work experience as a corporate Interior Designer with 13 years as an educator at Humber College. Her master's thesis explored how students and teachers benefit from flexible classroom facilities and her doctoral thesis examines best practices in education and questions why college administrators are not working toward changing static inflexible teacher-centered classrooms.
  • Thursday, April 2 - 2:30 - 4:30 PM
    The Intersubjective Turn in Contemplative Arts, Science, & Education with Prof Heesoon Bai
    All are welcomed to attend a seminar by Professor Heesoon Bai (Simon Fraser University) on "The Intersubjective Turn in Contemplative Arts, Science, and Education"

    Professor Bai is the author/editor of several books in contemplative education and faculty sponsor for the Simon Fraser M.Ed. program in Contemplative Education.
  • Wednesday, April 1 - 4:30 - 6:00 PM
    Dilemmas of doing educational research in comparative and international contexts
    Serhiy Kovalchuk, Sarfaroz Niyozov & Rakhat Zholdoshalieva, CTL
    CIDE Seminar
  • Wednesday, April 1 - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Peer Support Group for Non-native English Speaking Students
    The Peer Support Group aims at creating an inclusive space where non-native English speakers can share their experiences, get support from and at the same time offer support to peers through group talking and group activities. Guest speakers related to emerging topics and activities to explore the University of Toronto and the city will also be included.
  • Wednesday, April 1 - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    PhD Thesis Writing Group
    The OSSC offers bi-weekly workshops alternating with thesis writing groups addressing "best practices" related to thesis/dissertation completion. Workshops will be moderated by a senior doctoral student and will include a guest speaker related to emerging topics surrounding the thesis/dissertation-writing genre. Workshops will include presentations, Q&A periods, individual reflection, and designated group writing time. This workshop series aims to concurrently address graduate student thesis/dissertation writing needs in a structured manner while providing a platform for emerging peer support thesis/dissertation writing groups.
    All are welcome.
  • Wednesday, April 1 - 10:00 - 11:30 AM
    Master's Thesis Writing Group
    The OSSC offers bi-weekly workshops alternating with thesis writing groups addressing "best practices" related to thesis/dissertation completion. Workshops will be moderated by a senior doctoral student and will include a guest speaker related to emerging topics surrounding the thesis/dissertation-writing genre. Workshops will include presentations, Q&A periods, individual reflection, and designated group writing time. This workshop series aims to concurrently address graduate student thesis/dissertation writing needs in a structured manner while providing a platform for emerging peer support thesis/dissertation writing groups.
    All are welcome.
  • Thursday, January 22 to Wednesday, April 1
    Spring AQ Courses open for registration
    Deadline to apply - April 1 (deadlines may vary)
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    *Deadlines differ for each location. Visit us online for more information.