Events by Month
Interested in facilitating inter-faith dialogue? Learn techniques that will help you become a more efficient mediator in navigating issues of religious diversity.
Dates: Wednesdays: October 8, 15, 22, 29, November 5 and 19.
Time: 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Location: Room 3138, Davis Building, U of T Mississauga Campus
Learn, share and discuss parenting strategies in a supportive and inclusive environment.
This informal, facilitated, 6-week discussion group will give you an opportunity to:
Imagine the feeling when you glide through an autumn canopy of leaves, attached to a zip line in one of Ontario's most gorgeous lakeside communities. Make that feeling come alive with other UTM alumni on this 2.5 hour tour with eight zip lines, two suspension sky bridges, fourteen platforms and a forty-foot rappel.
If you are seeking support and advice on any personal family matters, a family care advisor will be available on the UTM Campus to meet with students, staff and faculty for individual confidential consultations. Book an appointment to discuss the following:
Professor Deep Saini, Vice-President of the University of Toronto and Principal of U of T Mississauga, invites UTM alumni to attend a Principal’s Reception for University of Toronto Mississauga alumni and friends at Divino Wine & Cheese Bistro, located in the historic Calgary Wine & Spirits building on Stephen Avenue Walk.
RSVP online by Tuesday, October 21, 2014.
Join us for Fall Campus Day!
Sunday, Oct. 26
Creating a Feminist Community of Learners at UTM
Light lunch provided!
Everyone is welcome! The event is wheelchair accessible and queer positive.
Professor Anna Korteweg (Sociology); co-author of the book, The Headscarf Debates: Conflicts of National Belonging.
The UTM Equity and Diversity Office (EDO) is launching The EDO Convo Café, a monthly conversation space that welcomes all students, staff, and faculty to discuss equity and human rights issues on campus, in Canada, and around the world. Each month, the dialogue will be centered on a different topic that will be discussed through an intersectional lens.