Events

Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Mini-Symposium at UTM 

The Experiential Education Unit (EEU), Office of the Dean, and the Institute for Management & Innovation (IMI) are excited to be hosting the next tri-campus Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Mini-Symposium at the University of Toronto Mississauga!

Please join us on Thursday, February 28, 2019 from 10:00am – 2:00pm (lunch provided) in the UTM Room (3rd floor, William G. Davis Building (DV), room 3141). 

The WIL Mini-Symposiums are a series of events initiated by The Impact Centre Science to Society and are meant to provide a "place where current and future practitioners of WIL pedagogy meet and share best practices, new ideas, and most importantly, share failures, disappointments and challenges." The event is open to all staff and faculty at U of T who engage with WIL. 

Event Itinerary 

9:30am—10:00am                        Registration

10:00am—10:15am                      Welcome & Opening Remarks
                                                      Cat Criger, Indigenous Advisor
                                                      Professor Michael Lettieri, Vice-Dean Academic Experience

10:15am—10:45am                      Snapshot: Curricular Graduate and Undergraduate Experiential Learning at UTM
                                                      Donna Heslin, Institute for Management & Innovation 
                                                      Ignacio Mongrell, ICUBE
                                                      Kayla Sousa, Office of the Dean
                                                      Stephanie Vega, Office of the Dean

10:45am—11:45am                      Graduate and Undergraduate Placement Partners Panel
                                                     
Dr. Karen Woodall, Centre for Forensic Sciences  
                                                      
Adam Erwood, Markham Stouffville Hospital
                                                      Nimesha Basnayaka, The Association for Canadian Educational Resources (ACER)
                                                   
                                               

11:45am—1:00pm                        Networking Lunch with Placement Partners Panelists
                                                      Lunch Provided

1:00pm—1:45pm                          Reflection Practices Workshop
                                                     
Associate Professor Michael DeBraga, Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre               

1:45pm—2:00pm                          Other Business & Closing Remarks
                                                      Sue Romulo, Office of the Dean
                                                      Alon Eisenstein, Impact Centre Science to Society 

Additional Resources:

Map of the William G. Davis Building 

Parking Map of the University of Toronto Mississauga Campus*

*Nearest parking to the William G. Davis Building are Lots P4 and P8

ADVERSE WEATHER NOTICE: Please continually check the University of Toronto Mississauga Weather Information Page for all updates regarding campus closures due to extreme weather. In the event of a campus closure on the day of the WIL Mini-Symposium, please note that the event will be cancelled and an e-mail notice will be provided. 

For all accomodation requests and event inquiries, including any technical difficulties with this registration page, please contact Stephanie Vega, Experiential Learning Officer (stephanie.vega@utoronto.ca) or Kayla Sousa, Experiential Learning Officer (kayla.sousa@utoronto.ca).

                                         Registration is now CLOSED

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