Internationalization, Education & Social Development Symposium
Co-organized by the College of Education, the College of Arts and Science, Confucius Institute, and the Department of Sociology at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.
In Collaboration with Beijing Institute of Technology, Huazhong Agricultural University, & University of Lagos.
Sponsored by the Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban, the Vice-President Research Office, the College of Graduate and Postgraduate Studies at the University of Saskatchewan, and the Tourism Saskatoon/Mayor’s Office of Saskatoon.
This Symposium will focus on critical issues related to local, national, and international challenges and advances in elementary, secondary, college, and university education. The Symposium will afford Chinese, Nigerian and Canadian colleagues from Beijing Institute of Technology, Huazhong Agricultural University, the University of Lagos, and the University of Saskatchewan an opportunity to exchange views and share ideas.When: August 17-18, 2017
Where: University of Saskatchewan
More information available at http://www.usask.ca/education/symposium/
2nd International Symposium on Innovation in Plant and Food Science – September 8, 2017
- The first symposium was held at Iwate University, Japan in December 2016, and this second symposium intends to continue the success by further discussing the recent innovative research in four internationally-recognized universities:
University of Dhaka (Bangladesh),
Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University (China) and
University of Saskatchewan (Canada).
- The conference includes 20 invited speakers from these universities and additional presentations through posters by graduate students, research staff and faculty. Graduate student posters and oral presentations will be judged for awards.
- The symposium also provides a workshop on CRISPR Cas9 on September 8 and an optional day excursion tour to Prince Albert National Park on September 11.
Global Health Conference – September 23, 2017
- The Global Health Conference is dedicated to raising awareness about pressing global health issues. This will be a forum to discuss and analyze practices and policies that move us towards gender and health equity. This half-day conference is an opportunity for researchers, students, and community members involved in global health to network and discuss exciting research, programs, and projects in the field. We hope to inspire participants to work collaboratively toward promoting equity in gender both locally and globally.
The conference will be held on the University of Saskatchewan Campus in the Health Sciences E Wing. This year’s topic will be focused around gender in global health initiatives, research, and projects. We welcome proposals on any of these and other related issues. GHC 2017 is a place to share your research and practice in the field of Global health with your community and colleagues from different disciplines. http://www.usask.ca/global-health-conference/