The listings below highlight the events and training sessions that the Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs hosts or co-hosts throughout the year.
Tuesday June 11, 2013 at 7pm
28 Division Street, Queen's Kinesiology Building, Room 100
Open to the Public
Using an indigenous framework Stan Chung explores how we create new ceremonies that resist the dominance of globalized mass culture. Dr. Chung is an award-winning writer, and the Vice-President Academic at Red River College in Winnipeg.
Stan is well-known for his ability to provide visionary, consultative, and transformative leadership. His 20 years of experience in the BC college sector includes 6 years of senior experience as Director, Associate Dean, Acting Dean and Dean. In 2008 he was selected as one of 230 to attend the Governor General's Canadian Leadership Conference.
Drawing upon his complex experience as an immigrant to Canada, an academic, a leader, and a creative soul, Stan will join the IETP as this year’s Special Guest, delivering its Keynote Address (June 11) and leading the workshop The Five Ceremonies of Ambivalence (June 10-11).
For details see http://www.quic.queensu.ca/training/specialguest.asp
This workshop will provide you with the information and strategies you need to build effective and positive elationships in the workplace. The workshop's focus is to create understanding, awareness, and knowledge of Aboriginal peoples that will allow you to enhance the relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people within our community. It will highlight the benefits of workplace diversity and inclusion of Aboriginal-centric approaches in the workplace. The workshop will include information such as: terminology, stereotypes, populations, statistics, history and rights, cultural approaches, and social workplace realities. Limited spaces available, register soon!
The listings below highlight the event and training sessions that the Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs has hosted or co-hosts throughout the year.
On April 18th Xiaoqian Liu (Education) and Ryley Beddoe (Civil Engineering) took on the best and brightest in the 3MT competition hosted by Queen's University!
Full details of the event: www.queensu.ca/3mtontario
Watch it live at - http://www.queensu.ca/its/livestream/live.html
Winning photos from QUIC’s 5th Annual International Photo Contest Gala Exhibition are now on display at the Queen's University International Centre (QUIC) (located in the JDUC). Over 250 photo submissions were received.
This year, 250 photos were submitted to QUIC's 5th Annual International Photo Contest. All submissions have gone through a formal judging process and an online exhibit displays the winning and honourable mention photos in all four categories (People & Culture, Landscape & Wildlife, home away from home and Critical Global Issues). It also includes the People's Choice Award photo and QUIC staff picks. Photos were on displayat QUIC until Friday April 5th. Many thanks to all contestants for participation and to everyone who contributed to the contest's success!
While online aggression among youth tends to peak in high school, there is increasing spillover among college students. This webinar addresses the most prevalent sources used during cyberbully attacks, its impact on victims, reactions, prevention strategies, and best practices for addressing college cyberbullying issues
Dr. Lisa Wade, cultural critic and professor at Occidental College, spent the day at Queen's speaking to HCDS staff and later gave a public talk on hook-up culture, "The Night Overall Wasn't Bad: What College Students Really Think About Hook Up Culture."
The event was organized by Health, Counselling and Disability Services and the Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Student Affairs. Sponsored by the Women's Campus Safety Fund.
Dr. Lisa Wade is a cultural critic and professor at Occidental College. She holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and an M.A. in Human Sexuality. She is well-known for her research and commentary on the sexual culture of contemporary college campuses. Dr. Wade is also the founder and editor of the popular blog, Sociological Images, and appears frequently in print, radio, and television news and opinion outlets