Featuring performances by Glenn Graham, Jackie Dunn MacIsaac, John Pellerin, Jeff MacDonald, David Rankin, Màiri Britton and more!
"Percussive Possibilities: Negotiating Tradition and Creativity in Scottish-Style Step Dancing" by Màiri Britton
Talk by Dr. Lachlan MacKinnon, St. Mary's University. Presented by the History Department. All are welcome.
A Capstone Lecture in the Humanities Colloquium by Dr. Guy Lalande, Department of History. All are welcome to attend this fourth Capstone Lecture, which is being given to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution.
Our 12th German day will present interesting guest speakers and presentations, including the German Embassy in Ottawa, the director of Symphony Nova Scotia as well as the students from the German courses.
At the end of the week we will send out a detailed program.
German cake and coffee will be served during the intermission.
Everyone is welcomed.
St. Francis Xavier University Research Chairs Lecture Series
Dr. Samuel Kalman, Department of History - Jules Léger Research Scholar in the Humanities and Social Sciences
11th annual Antigonish International Film Festival, Oct 26, 27 and 28, 2017.
Schwartz 156. A talk by the Hon. Randy Delorey, MLA, Antigonish, Minister of Finance and Treasury Board. Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and the Socratic Circle.
The 2017 Economics Student Research Day will take place in the Council Chambers (4th Floor Bloomfield) from 10AM to 6PM on Friday, March 31. Ten Honours theses will be presented by BA, BBA and BSc students who are being supervised by faculty in the Department of Economics. A free buffet lunch will be served from 12:30 to 1PM.
Download the program (PDF format): http://sites.stfx.ca/economics/sites/sites.stfx.ca.economics/files/progr...
This information session is open to all students.
A talk by Dr. Lachlan MacKinnon, St. Mary's University - presented by the History Department
Our presenter this year is: Vanessa Yurchesyn, RD, SE, MBA (candidate)
VP Professional Development Canadian Association of Foodservice Professionals
Account Manager with Complete Purchasing Services (a division of Aramark)
Presentation Title: “What Puts the Fire in Your Belly?” Making nutrition come alive through food by understanding what brings you the most energy, enthusiasm, and happiness.
Forensic Psychology Day @ X will take place on Friday, March 17th from 8:30-4:30 in the Millenium Centre (Conference Room B). The Day will feature a full roster of interesting presenters from the fields of criminal and correctional justice. Topics will include: a new model of provinical corrections, mental health needs of offenders (young and older), risk factors for youth offending, emergent issues facing incarcerated women, and the work of forensic psychologists (practitioners and researchers).
Dr. Peter Poole, Department of Physics
James Research Chair in the Pure and Applied Sciences
Gather and rally in front of the Coady International Institute -
Followed by march through campus and then down Main St.
Dance Performance by Liliona Quarmyne - "Women, Walking"
And a Panel Discussion Moderated by Lorraine Reddick -
Participants, El Jones and Sylvia Parris
Creative Resistance: A Collective Exploration of Women's Stories
Featuring Artwork by Local Artists Reflecting on Gender, Justice, and Joy
Immersion Service Learning participants who traveled to Peru, Guatemala, and L’Arche Ottawa over the 2017 reading week, will talk about their experiences.
Immersion Service Learning offers students the opportunity to travel to diverse communities in Canada or abroad, and learn about and reflect upon important global issues like social justice, education, health, community development, fair trade, women’s issues, international development, history, politics, human rights, and food sustainability.
This play is a rhapsodical journey through love, loss, and what makes life worth living. Inspired by the classic tale of Orpheus.