Informal Seminars - Soupers

In the spirit of collaboration, support, and nurturing a vibrant research community, our faculty and graduate students meet monthly over lunch to share and discuss:

• current research projects
• innovative teaching practices within the Faculty of Education

Each month, a different guest presenter, faculty member, or graduate student volunteers to lead a session that highlights some area of research or teaching. These sessions are open and informal and designed to stimulate discussion, inquiry, and collegiality.

Upcoming Faculty Seminar Presentation:

Topic: "Little Nun Factories: Convent Aspirancies and Recruitment to American Catholic Sisterhoods, 1945-1965."

Speaker: Dr. Brian Titley

Date: February 10

Time: 12 p.m.

Location: TH341


This presentation is based on a chapter in Brian’s forthcoming book, Into Silence and Servitude: How American Girls Became Nuns, 1945-1965 (McGill-Queen's University Press, 2017).

Dr. Brian Titley Seminar

Come for a bowl of soup and join colleagues to learn, share and discuss ideas on research and practice.

For More Information:

Ken Heidebrecht
Instructor - Faculty of Education
Phone: (403) 329-2662