The Experiential Education Unit (EEU), Office of the Dean, presents:
Visit the Anthropology table at the Experiential Education Fair at UTM
Location: The Rotunda (Kaneff Centre)
Thursday, October 6, 2022 from 11:00am – 3:00pm
UTM students are invited to drop by the Anthropology table to learn about the unique opportunities we offer that can enrich your undergraduate university experience at UTM. These offerings include hands-on learning, on-campus experiences, and community-engaged learning opportunities that connect students to the broader community. Discover our science and social science experiential learning courses that cover a broad array of topics!
The UTM Anthropology Society (UTMAS) presents
Picnic with Professors
Wednesday, September 21, 2022 at 1pm in CCT courtyard
UTMAS will be providing light refreshments and an opportunity for students to reconnect with each other and professors as we return to in person learning.
Email UTMAS at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The Blackwood Gallery at UTM presents
Nearshore Gatherings: Collaborative and Community-engaged Research
A panel discussion with Miranda Black, Sherry Fukuzawa, Veronica King-Jamieson, Elder Garry Sault
September 17, 2022, 12–2:30pm
Lakefront Promenade Marina
How are researchers and educators collaborating beyond post-secondary institutions? Contributors to this discussion outline their methodologies, ethics, and practices for community-engaged research and learning.
Nearshore Gatherings is a series of outdoor public events hosted by the Blackwood and led by local artists, researchers, community organizers, knowledge-keepers, and educators of various backgrounds. Through walks, workshops, and discussions, the program engages the intersecting social, political, and ecological worlds that meet at Lake Ontario’s nearshore.
Museum exhibit highlights collaborative archaeological research with the Huron-Wendat Nation
Exhibit display starting July 7, 2022
Some of the research on pottery that archaeologist Dr. Alicia Hawkins and colleagues have been doing for the last five years is now on display in a temporary exhibit at the Huron-Wendat Museum in Wendake, Quebec.