UTSC Speakers Series

U of T Scarborough wrapped up the Spring session of Great Explorations - part of the Snider Speaker's Series - this May.  We are working on our Fall 2018 line-up, so please stay tuned as we welcome you to join us and hear from some of the campus' most renowned thinkers.  Building on our history of community engagement, the Great Explorations offers an intellectually enriching experience that explores critical issues in the world today.  The series follows a two-part format, opening with remarks followed by a question-and-answer period with attendees.

REGISTER for our FALL 2018 DATES -> Coming Soon!

Talks and Q&A run from: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.   Location: Environmental Science & Chemistry (EV on map) Building, Catalyst Centre, 1065 Military Trail

Complimentary parking in Lots G and H will be provided - exit passes will be given out at the registration table, on the day of each event.  Refreshments will be served.

Please contact deanadmin@utsc.utoronto.ca or +1 (416) 208-2978 for more information.         

Take a look back at our engaging talks from 2017 & 2018!

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April 24 - Politics and Justice in the Quest for Decarbonization

Prof Matt Hoffmann, Political Science addresses how diverse communities are responding to the global challenge of climate change.

Professor Atiqa Hachimi, Women's & Gender Studies

May 1 - The War on Translation: Arabic and the production of Islamophobia

Prof. Atiqa Hachimi of Historical and Cultural Studies and Linguistics discusses translation of Arabic material.

April 17 - The Global dissemination of online news

Prof Alejandro I. Paz is a linguistic anthropologist broadly interested in language in contexts of globalization transnationalism & diaspora

April 3 - Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink - Are global freshwater supplies destined to run out?

Hydrogeology Prof Ken Howard explores the threat of climate change, pollution & explosive population growth on the planet’s water supply.