Research and Teaching Luncheon


Thursday November 3, 2022
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Research and Teaching Luncheon

The Department of Political Studies is hosting a “Research and Teaching” luncheon with three short presentations from recently retired faculty who will share their thoughts on “advice they wished someone had told them at the start of their academic career".  The participants are Grant Amyot (Comparative Politics and Political Theory), Keith Banting (Canadian and Comparative politics), and Kim Nossal (International Relations).  After the presentations there will be a Q & A and group discussion for about an hour. 

This event should be of particular interest to tenure-track faculty, post-docs and graduate students interested in pursuing an academic career. 

This luncheon is limited to the first 25 (invited) registrants.  


Thursday, November 3, 2022 | 12:00- 1:30 PM | Light lunch will be served

Ontario Hall, Room 206 

Internal event | RSVP required