At Vanier College: (Dis)Comfort Zones: Negotiating Tensions and Cultivating Belonging in College Classrooms in Quebec – a conference for people working in education

The Critical Diversity in Higher Education (CDHE) research team at Vanier College has launched a formal invitation to (Dis)Comfort Zones: Negotiating Tensions and Cultivating Belonging in College Classrooms in Quebec, a two-day conference exploring issues of diversity and inclusion in the Cégep system. The event takes place Wednesday, May 17 to Thursday, May 18, 2017 […]

VANIER COLLEGE HOSTS CONFERENCE ON JUSTICE AND ACCOUNTABILITY

Vanier College and the Holocaust Education and Genocide Prevention Foundation are pleased to be hosting the Justice and Accountability conference, March 30th-March 31st 2017. This unique event, which is open to the public, aims to stimulate a community conversation among policy makers, diplomats, and concerned groups around the issue of justice and accountability that are […]

Vanier College to host its first Model United Nations Conference

Vanier College and the Vanier College Students Association are pleased to announce that the College will be hosting its first Model UN Conference. The event will be held at Vanier on Saturday, April 29th and Sunday, April 30th 2017. The main objective of Model United Nations events is to raise awareness of international issues, politics, cultural […]

2017 Vanier College Humanities Symposium will explore “Silence”

In an era bombarded with noise of all kinds, the Humanities Department at Vanier College has chosen to explore the theme of “Silence” during the 6th annual Humanities Symposium. From January 30th to February 3rd, 2017, artists, scholars, philosophers and others will explore the meaning and presence of silence in its many different forms in […]

Perspectives d’avenir – Looking Ahead: What Now for French Immersion?

Fifty years after the birth of Canada’s first French Immersion program on Montreal’s South Shore, Vanier College will be hosting a day-long conference on Friday, November 18th, 2016, to re-examine the state of French-as- a-second-language programs and their outcomes for Anglophone youth in Quebec. The conference will feature guest speakers, various presentations on existing research, […]

Vanier College Celebrates the 25th Annual Symposium on the Holocaust and Genocide

Vanier College, in collaboration with the Holocaust Education and Genocide Prevention Foundation and the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights, are pleased to announce that 2017 will mark the 25th anniversary of its annual Symposium on the Holocaust and Genocide. Vanier College is also extremely proud to announce that Professor Irwin Cotler has been named the Honorary […]

The 2016 Vanier College English Symposium explores Transformations

Vanier College is pleased to announce it will be holding the 2016 edition of the Vanier College English Department’s symposium on November 2-4, 2016. Transformations is the theme and title of this year’s event which will gather speakers and performers from a wide range of artistic, scholarly, and professional fields who will reflect on the […]

Vanier Social Science Festival 2016: Vanier and the City

This year’s roster of guests for the annual Vanier College Social Science Festival boasts a wonderful array of Montreal activists, community leaders, artists and academics, all focusing on the theme of Vanier and The City. Under this broad and exciting theme, a variety of issues pertaining to Montreal, Montrealers and people living in urban environments […]

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