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Introduction to the Non-Buddhist religious and ritual practices of Tibet by Professor Charles Ramble.
Math Beyond the Numbers: An EDI Panel Discussion aims to showcase the significance of equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in STEM fields, with a particular focus on mathematics and statistics. Join this free event featuring performances, important discussions, art, and door prizes!
Every year, almost 100,000 Canadian couples experience a perinatal death, whether early (first 20 weeks of pregnancy) or late (between 21 weeks of pregnancy and the baby's first six weeks of life).
Le'u priests are lay ritualists who perform rites such as for prosperity, exorcism, healing, and the propitiation of local spirits, Professor Daniel Berounsky (Charles University, Prague) will introduce his research derived for extensive fieldwork and study of ritual performance in Eastern Tibetan areas.
La démocratie libérale est un régime politique qui fait de la communauté des citoyens l’autorité souveraine ultime et des individus les dépositaires de droits universels et inaliénables. Que se passe-t-il dès lors si les citoyen.ne.s décident souverainement de limiter les droits des individus en situation de migration sur leur territoire?
Geshes Yongdong Losar, a scholar of Yungdrung Bön religion and graduate of the celebrated Nangzhig Monastery in Eastern Tibet will introduce the tradition of this institution, its history, curriculum of study and activities.
The theoretical foundations of statistical science distinguish the subject from the many fields of research in which statistical thinking is a key intellectual component. In this talk I will emphasize the ongoing importance and relevance of theoretical advances and theoretical thinking through some illustrative examples from the scientific literature. Friday, October 13, 2023 at 3pm in LB 646 Followed by a reception in LB 921-04 SGW Campus, Concordia University
What are the implications of taking research and teaching beyond the walls of the university?
What are some actions, practices, standards, and adjustments that we can make around campus to help mitigate climate change?
Free lunchtime zoom lecture organized by the Concordia Food Studies Working Group with Éloi Salvail-Lacoste, M.A. Candidate (History Dept).
Interested in Applied Linguistics, Child Studies, Educational Technology, Instructional Technology, or Educational Studies?
Do you want to gain a profound understand of how individuals, teams and systems function?
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