Concordia University

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Workshops & seminars, Conferences & lectures

Workshops on Social Science Research (WSSR)

Deliberating a Public Agenda for Federal Election 2019
Date and time
Date & time

September 1, 2018 – November 30, 2019
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Where
Where

Henry F. Hall Building
1455 De Maisonneuve W.
Sir George Williams Campus

Cost
Cost

See our registration page for more details: Registration

Wheelchair accessible
Wheelchair accessible

Yes

Contact
Contact

WSSR Coordinator
514-848-2424 x5473

Justice Beverley McLachlin

The Workshops on Social Science Research (WSSR) are open to EVERYONE, including students, faculty and staff from all faculties, participants from other universities, as well as the general public.

The WSSR workshops are short, intensive learning experiences and networking opportunities that allow participants to develop their critical thinking skills, make new contacts, and succeed as future decision makers.

The Department of Political Science has proudly organized the WSSR since 2008. Since then it has grown significantly to now offer workshops year-round in the fall, winter and summer terms. It has expanded to include workshops on a variety of topics (in the areas of democratic governance, public policy, political theory and both qualitative and quantitative research methods). In Spring 2017, the WSSR also opened up two new sections of workshops on Social Justice and Gender Based Analysis.

The WSSR welcomes participants from across disciplines and backgrounds and, since 2012, also offers the option for undergraduate and graduate students from all departments within Concordia as well as students from outside the university to take the workshops to earn course credits.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to be part of the discussion. Come learn from influential public figures and renowned academics about democratic governance, public policy, contemporary political theory, social justice, gender based analysis and research methodology.




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