The goal of the Change Your World Conference is to inspire and motivate youth to get involved and make a difference. The conference workshops allow students to develop world-changing skills while connecting with other students from across the province. The showcase of student projects celebrates outstanding initiatives and achievements.
This year, we anticipate over 500 students, from more than 40 schools across Ontario. After the conference, students will be inspired with creative ideas to initiate environmental and social justice projects in their schools and communities.
Title of Anna Agathangelou's talk: Wither Anarchy? Harvesting the "Global" Bio-tech Body, Indian Markets and Biomedical Technologies
This is the last talk of the Science and Technology Studies (STS) Seminar Series 2014-15, which has featured an amazing group of nine speakers sharing exciting works on a great variety of topics.
THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED
2014-15 FES Seminar Series Transforming Violent Environments presents Attention: Burnout's Hazards, Handle with Care.
Facilitators: Lu Lam (counsellor and consultant), Yuk-Lin Renita Wong (associate professor in social work. Moderated by Sarah Switzer (FES), with introductions by Paul Bailey (ACE) and Tina Garnett (Equity Committee).
Founders College is pleased to present a Jobs & Finances Information Session on March 17, 2015. This information session will cover a wide range of topics and is intended to help students learn about on-campus job and volunteer opportunities, money management, scholarships, bursaries, OSAP and the University's Work/Study Program.