Events & Student Awards

Social Justice Symposium

The School of Liberal Education will host their 4th annual Liberal Education Symposium on September 25, 2020
Time:  1:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Location:  online (via Zoom)

For more information about this event click here!

Liberal Education Living Room Presentations

Liberal Education Living Room Presentations

Our School of Liberal Education Speaker Series strives to present 4 presentations through each academic year. 

For more details regarding current and past Liberal Education Living Room events please click here.

Student Award/Prize Opportunities

School of Liberal Education Volunteer Award

Friends of Liberal Education Prize

Liberal Education Essay Awards

The Muthada Boora Family Award

Click here for details on these awards & prizes.

Women Scholars' Speaker Series

We are very excited to present the Women Scholars’ Speaker Series: Virtual Edition. Through a series of online panels and presentations, we invite you to engage with the latest research around pressing and multifaceted topics including discrimination, equity, death, and labour.

Check back in early 2021 for upcoming session dates.

For more information on this series, click here.

 

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