March is a prime time for events at the Mount. Check out these exciting events happening over the next few weeks:
Wednesday, March 2
Sex and the Citizen
A four-part series examining sex law, children’s sexuality and education,
sex trade, and public policy.
PART 4: Children’s Sexuality: What Are We Afraid Of?
Keynote: Dr. Judith Levine, Author, Harmful to Minors: The Perils of
Protecting Children from Sex, and Director, National Centre for Reason and
Date: Wednesday, March, 2, 2011
Time: 7 p.m.
Place: Mount Saint Vincent University, Seton Academic Centre – Auditorium A
This event will be live streamed and can be viewed here:
Thursday, March 3
Annual Dinner for Mount Alumnae and Friends
Celebrating 90 years, the Mount Saint Vincent Alumnae Association invites Mount Alumnae and friends to join them for their annual dinner. The event features keynote speaker Karen Kelloway, BPR ’93, CEC, ACC Career Consultant, Author and Business Coach; presented by m5pr.
$45 each or $325 Table (8)
Friday, March 4
Explore the Mount
You will be a Mount student for the day. Take in a class, hang out with new friends, check out the campus – join the Mount community. You will get the information you need to make your choice.
Apply to an undergraduate program before Tuesday, March 1 and get an admissions decision before the end of the day at Explore the Mount!
Mount Saint Vincent University
Multipurpose Room, Rosaria Student Centre
166 Bedford Highway
9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
*Check-in: 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Friday, March 4 – Sunday, March 6
History Classics Conference
Learn what the study of history entails and how historians wrestle with important social, cultural, political, and economic phenomena at the 5th Annual Atlantic University Undergraduate History and Classics Conference, being held at the Mount from March 4-6.
The papers that will be presented cover a wide variety of topics, such as Canadian gender issues, automotive culture, Halifax and Dartmouth during the Second World War, social deviancy and the European ‘Witch Craze’, Mi’kmaq art practice, consumerism, art signatures and forgeries, and racial representations.
All students and faculty are welcome to attend the conference. For a full list of events, please contact email@example.com
Saturday March 5 – Wednesday, March 9
Celebrating International Women’s Day
The Mount was one of the first institutions in Canada to specialize in the education of women, and so naturally the celebration of International Women’s Day is an important date on the University’s calendar. It also, coincidentally, coincides with the 25th Anniversary of the Mount’s Nancy’s Chair in Women’s Studies position and the 35th Anniversary of Atlantis, a women’s studies journal published by the Mount.
In celebration of these important milestones, please join the Mount for a series of events taking place from March 5-9. Check out http://www.msvu.ca/iwdcelebration for a complete list of events or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more to register.
Monday, March 7 – Friday, March 11
Business and Tourism Career Week
In response to the success of its first Career Week in November, 2010, the Mount Department of Business and Tourism is hosting a second Career Week to provide students with networking opportunities with potential employers and to learn about new and exciting industry trends.
For more information about Career Week, contact Jill Hagerman at email@example.com
For a full schedule of events, click here.
Friday, March 11
Blended Learning Seminar
On Friday, March 11, the Mount will welcome Dr. Norman Vaughan, Associate Professor, Faculty of Teaching and Learning at Mount Royal University in Calgary, who will present a public lecture about Blended Learning, a teaching and learning approach that has been widely adopted in post-secondary institutions nation-wide.
In his lecture, Dr. Vaughan will discuss combining traditional in-classroom teaching techniques with more advanced technological options, as well as student engagement and web 2.0 technologies. His visit to the Mount will launch the President’s Visiting Lecture Series on Teaching and Learning, which brings experts to the campus to discuss various methods of instruction.
Please RSVP by March 3 to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit www.msvu.ca/tlc/blendedlearning.