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Sep
9
to Dec 20

Collaborate for Community Impact

City Project: Active & Green Community Engagement Strategy

The Collaborate for Community Impact course is designed to provide graduate students with the foundational knowledge to effectively collaborate with peers and community agencies to address community identified needs. Seminar topics will include foundations of community engagement, examining social inequalities and power relations, knowledge translation and mobilization, and principles of effective partnership. (Learn More)

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Sep
9
to Dec 20

Cities: Resilience and Sustainability

City Project: Developing City Planning Resiliency Strategy

This interdisciplinary course focuses on urban sustainability and urban resilience. Historically the sustainability science and resilience theory have been developed separately, though occasionally the terms have been used interchangeably. In this course, we discuss whether resilience and sustainability should be combined. (Learn More)

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Jan
6
to Apr 24

(G)local London: Local Histories, Current Practices, Decolonization

City Project: Community Diversity and Inclusion Strategy (CDIS) Impact Measure Tool

Focusing on health equity and the social determinants of health, this course explores the development, implementation, and outcomes of health policy in Canada. Students will identify the most pressing physical and mental health issues experienced in our community and how they can be addressed through policy change. (Learn More)

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Jan
6
to Apr 24

Social Science in the Community

City Project: Bystander intervention Toolkit for discrimination/harassment

Social Science in the Community is a professional development course where students, working in interdisciplinary teams, develop transferable skills by applying their scholarship to help City Hall (or another community partner) address its needs. Course seminars will provide students with the foundational knowledge (e.g., about community engagement, advocacy, knowledge exchange) to work effectively with city hall staff and any community partner involved in the project to maximize their collaborative impact. (Learn More)

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Jan
6
to Apr 24

Performance Beyond Theatres

City Project: Bystander intervention Toolkit for discrimination/harassment

Performance Beyond Theatres introduces students in the TS major and minor to the interdisciplinary field of Performance Studies, which gathers knowledge and practices from anthropology, sociology, cultural studies, literary studies, and more. (Learn More)

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