Each year, the Department of Geography hosts several seminars to present and discuss recent advances in geography research, from Western and beyond. These seminars consist of:
Geography Speaker Series Speaker series offers informal talks and discussions on various Geography related issues. It is open to staff, students, faculty and the general public. We are serving complimentary Fair Trade coffee, refreshments and light snacks. Come out and listen to what people are up to! View our Upcoming Speaker Series page.
Graduate Colloquium Series The purpose of these departmental presentations is for the graduate students present interim results. The intention is to maintain communications with the academic community and to elicit feedback before the final thesis is written. As for all speakers we host, all faculty and graduate students are strongly encouraged to attend. View our Graduate Colloquium Series page.
Critical Reading Seminar Series A volunteer graduate student will critically examine and discuss a recent geography article with other grad students and faculty members. The seminar is aimed to foster critical thinking, discussion and engagement with the literature, with your fellow graduate students and with faculty. Come out and enjoy the fun! View our Critical Reading Seminar Series page.
Workshop Series Workshops aim to teach geographical skills and improve professional development of graduate students and faculty alike. Workshops are open to undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff. However, enrolment may be limited for some workshops. View our Workshop Series page.