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  • Environmental Distance Education courses - Carbon Finance, Environmental Management, GIS and more....

    Date : Sep 26 2013 - Dec 31 2016, 1 am
    This event is Off Campus

    The challenge of sustainability is global, providing opportunities for collaboration across disciplines, between academics, governments and business leaders. In today’s competitive marketplace, a strong economy requires a well-educated and highly skilled workforce. A company’s performance is directly tied to the skills of its employees. We are teaching and training tomorrow’s experts to meet these challenges by providing valuable knowledge, … continue reading
  • Certificate in Greenhouse Gas Inventory, Accounting and Reporting leading to CSA's globally recognized professional GHG Inventory Quantifier Certification.

    Date : Jan 20 - Nov 21 2014, 9 am - 5 pm
    This event is Off Campus

    The University of Toronto, School of the Environment's Certificate in Greenhouse Gas Inventory, Accounting and Reporting, leading to CSA Standards globally recognized professional GHG Inventory Quantifier Certification will demonstrate your competence to develop, quantify, assess and report GHG inventories. This course will cover important principles and concepts of greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting and reporting at both the organization and … continue reading
  • Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Mindfulness Workshop

    Date : Apr 22 2014, 10 am - 2:30 pm
    This event is being held at the U of T Scarborough campus

    Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Mindfulness is a workshop organized by the students of the Psychological Clinical Science program, which focuses on the role of mindfulness in psychological treatment and practice. The workshop features three experts in the field and will be led by Dr. Zindel Segal. April 22nd --- 10:00am - 2:30pm Registration is limited! Email: … continue reading
  • The Ethics of Modifying Human Moral Psychology

    Date : Apr 23 2014, 4 pm - 5:30 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    Joint Centre for Bioethics Seminar Series Timothy Murphy, PhD, Professor of Philosophy in the Biomedical Sciences, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago will present on "The Ethics of Modifying Human Moral Psychology" This event will also be webcast: htpps://jcb.adobeconnect.com/bioethicsseminars/ See URL below for link to poster with abstract. … continue reading
  • Certificate: Energy Management I – The Energy Management Process

    Date : Apr 24 2014, 9 am - 5 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    In this one day course we will explore broadly the topic of energy management, allowing participants to pursue best practices to implement energy management strategies within their organization and building portfolio. Topics we will examine include: • Energy management 101 – the imperatives • How to begin – baselines, benchmarks, fuel sources, processes • Major technologies and their impacts … continue reading
  • Education & Justice in Toronto

    Date : Apr 24 2014, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    The Justice in Toronto Lecture Series addresses some of the sources of injustice in Toronto and proposes ways to make the city more just. In each event, an academic scholar has been paired with a city activist. On Thursday, April 24, we present the last lecture of the year: Education & Justice in Toronto. FEATURED SPEAKERS: Annie Kidder, Executive … continue reading
  • Culture & Technology Lecture Series presents Jenna Burrell on "The Materiality of Rumor"

    Date : Apr 29 2014, 7 pm - 8:30 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    Abstract: In this talk I will discuss rumors as a type of small media and as ‘secondhand accounts’ rather than ‘false tales.’ Over the years, I have encountered a number of rumors while doing ethnographic fieldwork in Ghana including one about Bill Gates – the illiterate dropout, rumors about young Ghanaians who got rich off the Internet, and a … continue reading
  • Regis College Third Annual Used Book Sale

    Date : Apr 30 - May 03 2014, 10 am - 7 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    A reader’s paradise can be found at the 3rd Annual Regis College Used Booksale! More than 20,000 gently used (many as good as new) fiction and non-fiction books on a range of subjects including theology, spirituality, art, history, travel, biographies, cooking, hobbies, business, children’s books and more! and MasterCard accepted. The Third Annual Regis College Book Sale will offer … continue reading
  • The 2014 Oliver Smithes Lecture: Sir Philip Cohen

    Date : Apr 30 2014, 4 pm - 5 am
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    Lecture title: “Mechanisms that restrict activation of the MyD88 signalling network to prevent autoimmune and inflammatory diseases.” Sir Philip Cohen received his Ph.D at University College London and undertook postdoctoral training at The University of Washington. He was then appointed to the Faculty at the University of Dundee, Scotland, and began his ground-breaking work on signal transduction. In 1998, … continue reading
  • How Cells Communicate: a symposium in celebration of Tony Pawson's impact on science

    Date : May 01 - May 02 2014, 8 am - 5 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    Please visit the webpage for further details and registration. http://pawson.lunenfeld.ca/symposium/?page=Symposium Registration is required. Confirmed Speakers: Ruedi Aebersold Dario Alessi Johannes Bos Lew Cantley Melanie Cobb Philip Cohen Roger Davis Alan Hall Tim Hunt Tony Hunter Wendell Lim John Scott Bill Sellers Susan Taylor Marc Vidal Gerry Weinmaster … continue reading

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