Join us for our event series and get to know our departments (and their programs) better! This is a great chance to ask any follow-up questions you might have from Open House. Peruse events targeted towards future undergraduate and graduate students.
Tuesday, November 17
The Graduate Arts & Science Experience | Graduate Diploma in Youth Work Info Session
4 - 4:45 p.m. (EST)
Interested in working with youth? The Graduate Diploma in Youth Work gives you an understanding of the various approaches and practices used in the field. Combining the latest principles of youth development with training in clinical interventions.
The Graduate Arts & Science Experience | Master's in Child Studies: A Chat with the Graduate Program Director
2:30 - 4 p.m. (EST)
This event will be an informal conversation in which prospective students can learn more about the content and structure of the Master's in Child Studies program. The Graduate Program Director will be present to answer questions about research being conducted by faculty members affiliated with the program, program content, thesis and internship options, student profiles and possible career paths.
Guest lectures and discussion featuring Suzanne King (Psychiatry / McGill) on Natural Disasters and Human Development Beginning Before Birth, Robert Zatorre (Montreal Neurological Institute/McGill University) on Coping with Confinement: Rock'n'Roll but not Sex or Drugs, and William Bukowski (Psychology / Concordia) on Quarantine, and Anxiety in Early Adolescents.
Effects of the Covid 19 Pandemic on Institutions, Social Practices and Concepts
Friday, October 30 | 2:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. (EST)
Guest lectures and discussion featuring Graham Carr (History / University President / Concordia) on The Effects of the COVID Pandemic and Higher Education, Alan Nash (Geography / Concordia) on COVID quarantine and the distinction between the public and private world, Susan Pinker (Writer / Columnist, The Wall Street Journal) on The perils of remote communication, and Robert Zatorre (Montreal Neurological Institute/McGill University) on Coping with Confinement: Rock'n'Roll but not Sex or Drugs.