The Laurence A. Cummings Lecture on Cultural History
George Baird, Emeritus Professor of Architecture, will deliver the Laurence Cummings Lecture on Cultural History, Friday, December 6, 7:30p.m.
Location: C. L. Siegfried Hall, St. Jerome's University
Free of Charge | Free Parking | Wheelchair Accessible | No Registration Required
SJU Professor, Maureen Drysdale elected to the World Association for Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education (WACE) Board of Directors
SJU Professor, Maureen Drysdale was recently elected to the World Association for Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education (WACE) Board of Directors and assigned the task of striking and being the first Executive Chair of the WACE International Research Group - a group of the top Experiential and Work-Integrated Education Researchers from around the globe. Her position as Executive Chair is for 4 years.
SJU’s professorial triad publishes a third edition of the popular Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Adolescence series
Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Adolescence 3rd Edition, by Serafini, Rye, and Drysdale (2013), is part of the Taking Sides series designed for use with University or College students. It presents current controversial issues in a debate-style format intended to stimulate student interest and develop critical thinking skills. The purpose of this book is to examine some of the issue
SJU Professor Carol Acton is featured on UW's homepage in a headline article about Remembrance Day:
“On the one hand they’re the ones helping, and that helps mitigate some of the emotional stress of war,” says Carol Acton, associate professor of English language and literature at St. Jerome's University, a federated school of the University of Waterloo. “But on the other hand they’re witnesses, more than anyone else, to the destructiveness of war".
St. Jerome's University Librarian elected to Executive Council of the Canadian Library Association
St. Jerome’s University congratulates Lorna Rourke, SJU Librarian, for being elected as Councillor-at-Large for Canadian Library Association. Lorna will assume her role on Executive Council on January 1, 2014.