Research Events

THE DAHDALEH INSTITUTE FOR GLOBAL HEALTH RESEARCH - INVITATION TO LUNCH & LEARN
The Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research invites you to a Lunch & Learn exploring design collaborations in global health.

LAND-LIMINALITY-LOSS: OPENING AND CONVERSATION
Land-LIMINALITY-Loss runs from September 3-6 at the OCAD U Graduate Gallery. Curated by Assistant Professor Pam Patterson, this exhibit features work from Angie Ma, Pam Patterson, Leila Talei and Vicky Talwar. 

FREE WORKSHOP: ON IDENTITY AND BELONGING 
In dialogue with the work in the exhibit Land-Liminality-Loss, this event acts as an invitation for all students at OCADU who feel the challenges of displacement. This workshop will be focused on the complex narratives that surround immigration and identity. How can we contribute to establishing a safe environment for the OCAD community? How can we find a home within ourselves and with each other? Workshop led by artist Angie Ma.

SSHRC VISIT TO OCAD UNIVERSITY
Chantal Meda, SSHRC Fine Arts and Research-Creation Senior Program Officer, will discuss how to present applications, insider tips, examples of successful applications. This will be an informal session with Q&A throughout.

  • Date: Thursday September 12, 2019 - 9:50am to 11:50am (Infosession) and 1:30pm – 3:30pm (Drop-In Session)
  • Location: TBD
Department: 

THE DAHDALEH INSTITUTE FOR GLOBAL HEALTH RESEARCH - INVITATION TO LUNCH & LEARN
The Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research invites you to a Lunch & Learn exploring design collaborations in global health.

LAND-LIMINALITY-LOSS: OPENING AND CONVERSATION
Land-LIMINALITY-Loss runs from September 3-6 at the OCAD U Graduate Gallery. Curated by Assistant Professor Pam Patterson, this exhibit features work from Angie Ma, Pam Patterson, Leila Talei and Vicky Talwar. 

FREE WORKSHOP: ON IDENTITY AND BELONGING 
In dialogue with the work in the exhibit Land-Liminality-Loss, this event acts as an invitation for all students at OCADU who feel the challenges of displacement. This workshop will be focused on the complex narratives that surround immigration and identity. How can we contribute to establishing a safe environment for the OCAD community? How can we find a home within ourselves and with each other? Workshop led by artist Angie Ma.

SSHRC VISIT TO OCAD UNIVERSITY
Chantal Meda, SSHRC Fine Arts and Research-Creation Senior Program Officer, will discuss how to present applications, insider tips, examples of successful applications. This will be an informal session with Q&A throughout.

  • Date: Thursday September 12, 2019 - 9:50am to 11:50am (Infosession) and 1:30pm – 3:30pm (Drop-In Session)
  • Location: TBD
Department: