2015 Health Studies Orientation
The S.J. Stubbs Lecture in Classics
Professor Amy Richlin
Professor of Classics
University of California Los Angeles
Truth to Power: Politics from Below in Roman Comedy
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
We are in need of volunteer ambassadors for the following Welcome Days:
By being an ambassador to one or both Welcome Day(s), you will be provided on-the-day training, free lunch, and a chance to participate in a student panel intended to give new students information about life on campus and at UC. Here is a tentative schedule of the day's events.
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Last November, a Presidential and Provostial Committee on the Prevention and Response to Sexual Violence was established by the University of Toronto. The committee is tasked with developing a tri-campus sexual violence framework, responding to policy and procedures, programs and services, and community engagement pertaining to sexual violence. A number of working groups that include staff, faculty and student representation were struck earlier this year and have begun meeting. As part of this process, we are committed to hearing from students.
There are two tours on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015. Please select which one you would like to attend.
Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, 120 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1A5
"As it Is Written" is on display until May 1st. Visit the Fisher Library for more details.