EVENTS AND PANELS
The Minister of Advanced Education is coming to speak with us next week -- Tuesday March 5, 2-3 pm -- in the Student Lounge of the Old Arts Building. There will be a moderated question and answer, with Dr. Lois Harder asking questions concerning politics and policy. Please come, and bring your friends!
There is a reception following, with tea, coffee and pastries/cake, and you will be able to speak informally with the minister.
Join Islamic Relief Canada and Dr. Cornel West for an insightful and important conversation on what it means to come together and collectively strengthen our resiliency to tribulation and calamities.
Dr. Cornel West is an intellectual, author, and activist with a passion to communicate and keep alive the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. – a legacy of telling the truth and bearing witness to love and justice. All funds raised at the event will go towards providing clean water to families across the globe. Lack of access to clean and safe water is a affecting millions around the world. With your support, we can help make a difference and ensure that clean water is made accessible to more communities.
We invite you to an evening that will inspire us to work towards social change, justice, and concern for our world. You can purchase a ticket here: https://www.facebook.com/events/789772114692447/
Thinking about graduate school? Interested in public policy? U of A's Department of Political Science is launching a new Master of Arts in Policy Studies program in fall 2020.
Student Info Event:
Monday, February 4th, 3:30 pm
Tory 1-91 (University of Alberta)
If you are interested in learning more, please attend the Student Information Event or check out the website
RUNNYMEDE SOCIETY EVENT
The Runnymede Society, a student law group at the university, is hosting a debate between MP Garnett Genuis and distinguished lawyer Adam Goldenberg on whether the Canada Summer Jobs attestation is constitutional.
When: Thursday, January 24, 1-2PM
This could be a very interesting event to attend as it features a local MP who was awarded “Parliamentarian of the Year” by Maclean’s magazine in 2017.
PANEL DISCUSSION: Reading Edward Said and Saba Mahmood in Today's Context
When: Thursday, 01 November 2018, 5:00 PM -7:00 PM Where: Room 2-5, Business Building, University of Alberta
Everyone is welcome!
Do You Love Your Song?
Do You Love Your Song: A night of live music in celebration of Luke Jansen
Thursday, October 4, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Festival Place (Sherwood Park, AB)
$15 general admission
Luke Jansen, PSUA Vice President Events Fundraising (2015-2016) and President (2016-2017) loved music. Music was his way of reaching out to the world; music was the world’s way of reaching back. And yet, he was more than a musician—Luke was a debater and critical thinker, a skilled writer, a mentor. For Luke, living life creatively and analytically made life good. And we can’t help but wonder what he would be making, listening to and discussing if he were here today.
As we approach the first anniversary of his passing on October 6, we want to breathe life into the things he loved in the best way we know how: a night of live music with some of Luke’s favourite artists from Edmonton and beyond. Think of it as a night Luke would be stoked to attend with his friends, family and fellow music lovers. Everyone is invited to join in this evening in the spirit of a fabulous guy who so many of us knew and loved.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, July 17 at 10 a.m. Call Festival Place Box Office ( 780-449-3378) for lowest price and the lowest service fees.
We are excited to welcome the following headliners!
Lucas Chaisson https://www.lucaschaisson.com/