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Welcoming Dr. Jeff Masuda to Social Dimensions of Health as Advisor

Jeff joins us from Queen’s University, where he is Canada Research Chair in Environmental Health Equity. A health geographer and critical health promotion scholar, he is known for his contributions to research, policy, and practice at the intersection between environmental and social wellbeing in an unequal world.

Qualitative Data Management with Taguette

Film Screening: Central America and the Migrant Crisis–Where Can We Live in Peace?

Award winning film maker Judy Jackson brings to North American audiences the story of ABBA House in the award winning film: "Where Can We Live In Peace." Founded by Pastor Ignacio Ramirez inCelaya, Mexico, this shelter helps tens of thousands of migrants who are fleeing violence, crime, climate change and corruption in Central America. This is a film screening and panel discussion.

Book Panel: The Party Family

In-person book panel:

The Party Family: Revolutionary Attachments and the Gendered Origins of State Power in China

with author Kimberley Ens Manning
3:30pm-5:00pm | Thursday 28 September 2023
CAPI Boardroom Fraser A168a (within the Diana Priestly Law Library)

Lansdowne Lecture: Development and evaluation of statistical methodology - Lessons from genome-wide association studies

Speaker: Dr. Shelley Bull, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute
Location: Clearihue C112

Workshop: Ben Grossman, hurdy gurdy

AIMC Info Session

This is a student-run investment program, centred around education and responsible investing.

Topics in the session include:

  • Economic Analysis
  • ESG Integration
  • Fixed Income and Credit Analysis
  • Security & Asset Valuation
  • Portfolio Construction
  • Risk Management
  • Performance Measurement & Reporting

Learn to Meditate

Meditation is a simple spiritual practice that helps with reducing stress, developing inner stillness, increasing self-awareness, fostering mindfulness and opening heart and mind to sacredpresence.