Lecture Me! a series
Are you interested in giving back to the community? Would you like to share your research with others?
If so, the EEU in partnership with the Mississauga Library System has created a monthly lecture series titled, Lecture Me!
This multidisciplinary series will feature each month a different faculty member who will deliver a presentation to the community about their research.
- The events will be hosted online via the Mississauga Library System's Virtual Library - Webex platform
- Lecture Me! will take place on the first Tuesday of each month (where possible)
- Lecture Me! will take place in the evenings between 7:00pm-8:15pm
- Set up time begins at 6:45pm
- Registration is required through the Mississauga Library's Virtual Library - Webex
- One speaker per month
- Length of talk should be 50 minutes to an hour with 15-20 minutes for Q&A
- Presentation will be given to the general public in all age ranges
How to Participate:
- If interested in participating in Lecture Me! review the schedule of speakers below and indicate your availability to the EEU
- Provide more than one month's availability in the event that your first or second selection has been allocated
- When participating, submit the following to the EEU (a staff person will contact you to request the information):
- Talk title
- 75 word (max) talk description
- Brief biography
- Provide a high-resolution photo for Library publicity material
- Social Media handles (if any)
How to Register for an Event:
Registration is required for all talks and can be found through the Mississauga Library's Virtual Library - Webex. Registration links for each talk can be found in the table below. *An Active Mississauga account must be created to register. However, you do not need to be a Mississauga resident to register fo the Active Mississauga account.
This short video will also assist with creating an account and registering for a program: Active Mississauga account sign-up and registration tutorial.
For any issues relating to registration, please contact customer service at 905-615-4100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Tuesday, September 15, 2020||Professor Judith Andersen||
Overriding the Stress Response
|Professor Andersen studies stress and resilience among first responders. She will share intervention techniques successful in reducing stress during crisis.||Department of Psychology||Virtual Library - Webex|
|Tuesday, October 6, 2020||Professor Mohamad Tavakoli-Targhi||
Pathologizing Iran and Islam
|Professor Tavakoli-Targhi explores how the cholera epidemic in the 19th century facilitated the deployment of medical prognosis and diagnosis in Iranian politics.||Department of Historical Studies||
Virtual Library - Webex
|Tuesday, November 10, 2020||Professor Erin Tolley||
Rhymes with Witch
|Professor Tolley examines how ideas about gender influence the media's coverage of politics.||Department of Political Science||
|Tuesday, January 12, 2021||Professor Rosa Hong||
Tales of Three Women Authors from Quebec
|Professor Hong will discuss ways that immigration, identity and relationships are depicted by three authors from Quebec.||Department of Language Studies||Virtual Library - Webex|
|Tuesday, February 2, 2021||Professor Tracy Rogers||TBD||TBD||Forensic Science Program||Virtual Library - Webex|
|Tuesday, March 2, 2021||Professor Mohan Matthen||TBD||TBD||Department of Philosophy||Virtual Library - Webex|
|Tuesday, April 6, 2021||Professor Rhonda McEwen||TBD||TBD||Institute of Communication, Culture, Information, and Technology||Virtual Library - Webex|