ven. 13 mars | Location is TBD

How to Research Your University

Meeting link: http://meet.google.com/rys-jdbe-vcw Wonder about how AGSEM does research? Want to study how McGill works--or other universities in Québec?
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How to Research Your University

Time & Location

13 mars 2020 à 12:00 – 13:00
Location is TBD

About The Event

UPDATE:

**THIS WILL BE ONLINE**

While we were not expecting 250+ people to come, we wanted to shift this event to online. Many will not be coming in to campus on March 13 due to the class cancellations, some are stressed due to the current pandemic situation, others are immunocompromised, we're all a bit uncertain...anyways!

There will--with any technology--most likely be glitches and hiccups, but we're hopeful that this will be the most accessible, smoothest way to make this workshop happen within the constraints we all face.

Thanks in advance for your patience, and we hope to see ya'll soon!

Info: 12 pm - 1 pm Meeting link: meet.google.com/rys-jdbe-vcw Call-in: (‪US‬) +1 402-628-0308‬ PIN: ‪766 290 114#‬

RSVP here if you are able to: http://tiny.cc/AGSEM13

Wonder about how AGSEM does research? Curious as to how we learned about the huge amount spent on Made By McGill campaign? Want to study how McGill works--or other universities in Québec?

Come along! The event will be one hour, where you'll learn about publicly-accessible documents, get a sense of university infrastructure, and feel empowered to ask questions.

Open to all.

Date: Friday, March 13

Time: 12 pm - 1 pm

Location: 688 Sherbrooke, Room 395

RSVP: http://tiny.cc/AGSEM13

Land Acknowledgement:

This event is taking place in Tio’tia:ke or Mooniyang (so-called Montréal), on the traditional territories of the Kanien’kehá:ka and Anishinaabeg. AGSEM honours and respects these diverse Indigenous peoples, and recognizes that our presence on this land is but one outcome of an ongoing colonial legacy. We continue to reflect upon the impact of this heritage on our presence here, and include this statement as a first step in interrogating the diverse effects of these under-acknowledged colonial histories.

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