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DATE : November 8, 2012
TIME: 9:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
LOCATION: BMO Conference Centre, Glendon Hall, Glendon College, 2275 Bayview Avenue, Toronto ...
Alan Bernstein, O.C., PhD, FRSC President, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR)...
Catch up with old friends! Tour the new Centre of Excellence and sit in the new amphitheatre for a presentation about learning transformed. ...
Now online, the latest issue of Glendon's e-magazine....
When she was in Grade 9, Chantal Hébert moved with her family from Hull to Toronto. At the time, she spoke no English. Earning her diploma at the province’s first francophone public high school, Hébert experienced the challenges of being unilingual in a bilingual country...
This semester Glendon held its Third Annual Graduate Student Conference in Translation Studies. The conference entitled: "Multilingual Identities: Translators and Interpreters as Cross-cultural Migrants" focused on sociological and political aspects of translation and community interpreting...
A university education has clear benefits for students and society. But why university studies in French? And why in Toronto? Students benefit: the career advantages of proficiency in French. Society also benefits: the very future of Southern Ontario’s Francophonie is at stake...
York University’s Glendon campus celebrated the official opening of the Centre of Excellence for French-Language and Bilingual Postsecondary Education, which will provide better access to French-language higher education for francophone learners across southern Ontario...
Speaker: Robert Currie, Associate Professor Dalhousie University
Title: "Protecting the Individual in Transnational Criminal Operation Stumbling towards Damascus"...
It was during a 1983 Glendon history class that Kenneth Penrose, BA’85 (History) BA ’88 (Political Science) proved that experience really counts in the classroom...
There was a time when parents worried if their children played Dungeons & Dragons. The role-playing game that became infamous in the ’90s because of its association with the occult was considered anti-Christian...
A half-a-million dollar gift from an international management and holding company based in Quebec will help Glendon continue to attract outstanding public leaders. Power Corporation of Canada contributed $500,000...
How can academic research be translated into better public policy? How can policy leaders get the evidence they need?...
Marie-France Beaudoin, art historian, will give a talk entitled Who is afraid of contemporary art? on Monday March 5 and Tuesday March 6 at 3 pm...
"Dr. Pamela D. Palmater is a Mi’kmaq lawyer and member of the Eel River Bar First Nation in northern New Brunswick...
Michael Winter will give a reading at Glendon on March 5, 2012 from 4:30-6:00pm in the Senior Common Room (York Hall, 3rd floor)...
"Protecting the Individual in Transnational Criminal Cooperation: Stumbling Towards Damascus" Featured Speaker: Robert Currie...
A celebration of ideas worth sharing, TED talks are a worldwide movement. On March 10th, TEDxYorkU will be returning to Glendon...
Dionne Brand is celebrated, both in Canada and internationally, for the high caliber of her poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. She will give a reading at Glendon on January 30, 2012...
Born in Ottawa, Andrew Moodie is a Toronto-based actor, director and playwright. He will be at Glendon on January 26, 2012 from 1-3pm in Theatre Glendon...
Toronto, January 17, 2012 – Glendon Gallery is proud to announce the five winners of the Glendon Students Visual Arts Competition...
The York University flags at the Keele and Glendon campuses were lowered to half-mast on January 4th in memory of Jean Dignard. ...
Lieutenant-General The Honourable Roméo A. Dallaire
"The Use and Eradication of Child Soldiers in Failing States" November 23, 2011 - 7:30 p.m....
Deux artistes peintres péruviens de renommée internationale, Pedro Caballero Perez et Borka Sattler, marquent le lancement de la saison artistique 2011-2012 à la Galerie Glendon...
From August 11 to October 16, 2011, GroupeMédia TFO will be proudly partnering with two of Ontario’s most important bilingual institutions—the University of Ottawa and Glendon College ...
Along the banks of the wooded ravine and riverbank of York’s Glendon campus, there are many exotic trees and flowers....
Show details for [<div class="navlinksnavy"><strong><a href='/monglendon.nsf/GLNewsF/B1A4AA967FDFD07E852578CE00478E06?OpenDocumJaclyn Volkhammer graduated this spring in a blaze of glory that couldn’t have surprised anybody who knows her...
University Provost Patrick Monahan announced the establishment of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF) of $2.5 million per year in September 2010...
Alain Baudot, Professor emeritus of Humanities at Glendon, was one of six individuals to be awarded the medal of Chevalier de L’Ordre de la Pléiade on May 12...
Show details for [<div class="navlinksnavy"><strong><a href='/monglendon.nsf/GLNewsF/2566012F407E09D58525788700442AF4?OpenDocumThe final exhibition of the current academic year at the Glendon Gallery presents the works of students in the Collège français de Toronto’s visual arts classes...
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