Symposium

OCSNRS 2020

French

The Ottawa-Carleton Student Northern Research Symposium is an annual one-day conference that brings together undergraduate and graduate students from the University of Ottawa and Carleton University who are involved in northern research. It provides an opportunity for students to present their research, network, and to broaden their knowledge of the polar regions. Students from any discipline are welcome, given that their research takes place to the north of the southern limit of discontinuous permafrost.

Sub-title: 
Ottawa-Carleton Student Northern Research Symposium
Date: 
Friday 20 March 2020 à 09 h 00 to à 16 h 30
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OCSNRS 2020

English

The Ottawa-Carleton Student Northern Research Symposium is an annual one-day conference that brings together undergraduate and graduate students from the University of Ottawa and Carleton University who are involved in northern research. It provides an opportunity for students to present their research, network, and to broaden their knowledge of the polar regions. Students from any discipline are welcome, given that their research takes place to the north of the southern limit of discontinuous permafrost.

Sub-title: 
Ottawa-Carleton Student Northern Research Symposium
Date: 
Friday, 20 March 2020 - 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
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Symposium Jean-Paul Dionne 2020

En place depuis 1985, le Symposium Jean-Paul Dionne est une activité annuelle organisée par et pour les étudiantes et étudiants de deuxième et troisième cycles de la Faculté d'éducation dans le but de mettre en évidence leurs projets de recherche. L'événement est organisé par la Faculté d'éducation et se déroule cette semaine, les 5 et 6 mars. 

L'inscription débute le jeudi 5 mars à 11h00 devant le Centre de ressources, LMX 203, 145 Jean-Jacques-Lussier, uOttawa. 

French
Sub-title: 
Ensemble vers demain
Date: 
Thursday 5 March 2020 à 11 h 00 to Friday 6 March 2020 à 17 h 00
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2020 Jean-Paul Dionne Symposium

The Jean-Paul Dionne Symposium is an annual event organized since 1985 by and for Faculty of Education master's and PhD students to highlight their research projects. The event is hosted by the Faculty of Education and is happening this week, March 5-6.

Registration starts on Thursday March 5th at 11:00 in front of the Resource Center, LMX 203, 145 Jean-Jacques-Lussier, uOttawa.

https://education.uottawa.ca/en/research/jean-paul-dionne-symposium

English
Date: 
Thursday, 5 March 2020 - 11:00 am to Friday, 6 March 2020 - 5:00 pm
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National Capital Vascular Symposium PVD & Limb Preservation

This one day symposium will provide an opportunity to discuss the current state of management of Peripheral Vascular Disease. It will include didactic presentations, panel discussions and case presentations given by leading International and Canadian Vascular Specialists.

To be notified by email one registration opens, please click here.

French
Sub-title: 
Save the Date!
Date: 
Saturday 9 May 2020 à h (All day)
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National Capital Vascular Symposium PVD & Limb Preservation

This one day symposium will provide an opportunity to discuss the current state of management of Peripheral Vascular Disease. It will include didactic presentations, panel discussions and case presentations given by leading International and Canadian Vascular Specialists.

  As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and for the safety of participants, speakers, sponsors and staff members, the National Capital Vascular Symposium PVD & Limb Preservation (Spring 2020) course has been postponed.

English
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POSTPONED UNTIL SPRING 2021 - Dates to be confirmed
Date: 
Saturday, 9 May 2020 (All day)
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"How can we counter disinformation?" Challenge

English

We live in an era of disinformation. Impact and wide dissemination of sound bites have become more important than truth, and manipulation of facts is commonplace. How can we counter disinformation? What innovative ways can technology be used to combat fake news?

The Embassies of Germany and France, in partnership with the National Film Board of Canada and the University of Ottawa, are launching a project on the topic of disinformation. This project will bring together students from diverse background to propose a digital tool for understanding and decoding disinformation.

Sub-title: 
A competition of projects on the topic of disinformation
Date: 
Tuesday, 28 January 2020 - 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
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Défi "Comment contrer la désinformation?"

French

 

    Nous vivons à une époque de désinformation. Les extraits audiovisuels sont devenus plus importants que la vérité en termes d’impact et de diffusion et la manipulation des faits est devenue monnaie courante. Comment contrer la désinformation ? Quels moyens novateurs la technologie peut-elle utiliser pour lutter contre les fausses nouvelles ?

    Sub-title: 
    Concours de projets sur le thème de la désinformation
    Date: 
    Tuesday 28 January 2020 à 17 h 00 to à 19 h 30
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    Introduction à la sociologie des élites délinquantes

    Carla Nagels est professeure de criminologie à l’Université libre de Bruxelles. Son domaine de recherche est la délinquance des élites professionnelles. 

    Objectif du cours :

    Initier les étudiant(e)s en sciences sociales qui le souhaitent au domaine de connaissance portant sur la criminalité des affaires dans un contexte où ce type d’affaires devient une préoccupation croissante des citoyens (enquêtes en population générale), est de plus en plus relayée par les médias mais peine encore à se voir sanctionner par la justice.

    French
    Date: 
    Thursday 30 January 2020 à 13 h 00 to à 16 h 00
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    Arab Diaspora Conference 2020

    English

    This is a unique gathering that brings together around 30 Middle East and North Africa (MENA) human rights and democracy defenders, who are currently outside or exiled from the MENA region. Defenders will share their perspectives on state and society in the region, and their vision for the future. They will also present on public panels with participants invited from the public sector, academia, civil society and activist communities in Canada as an opportunity for the mutual sharing of knowledge, visions and ideas.

    Sub-title: 
    Reclaiming the Public Narrative, Voices of the Middle East
    Date: 
    Monday, 24 February 2020 (All day)
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