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Islamophobia Panel

How can we support and enhance acceptance and inclusion in a culture of Islamophobia in our schools and community?

Islamophobia Panel PosterWednesday, June 12

5 – 6:30 pm

Duncan MacArthur Hall, Room A241/A242

Moderated by: Dr. Theodore Christou

Panelists: Abdullah El-Asmar (Interfaith Chaplain), Ellen Heinke (Immigrant Services Kingston & Area), Adnan Husain (Associate Professor) & Basmah Rahman (BEd student)

Science Rendezvous Kingston


You are invited to celebrate Kingston-area science & scientists by being in the audience when the The Leon's Centre becomes a giant pop up Science Discovery Centre! Meet and talk to scientists, engage in scientific experiments and learn about the excitement and possibilities of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This event is free and family-oriented. There is something for everyone!

Learn more about this outreach event at:

Science Rendezvous Kingston 2019 Poster


Sistema Kingston Year End Concert

Sistema Kingston Year End Concert

Students in grades 2-6 from Molly Brant Elementary School share their creative energies in this unique production featuring singing, drama, string orchestra, improvisation, and mural art brought together in musicals that were created with guidance and support from Dr. Dean Burry of the Dan School of Drama and Music and Sistema Kingston instructors. 

Wednesday May 8, 2019

4:30 pm

Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts


Nasreen Sultana receives Barbara Paul Medallion

Nasreen Sultana to receive Barbara Paul Medallion at Ban Righ Foundation

April 15, 2019 

Our own PhD candidate, Nasreen Sultana has been awarded The Barbara Paul Medallion Prize. The Prize is a medallion awarded to a graduating student in good academic standing who is completing a degree while combining family and/or employment responsibilities.

The award will be presented at the 2019 Ban Righ Foundation for Continuing Education Spring Celebration, happening on April 27 from 2-4 pm. 


Integrating Indigenous Content

Led by Dr. Jennifer Davis and Elder-in-Residence and ATEP Coordinator Deb St. Amant (Bezhig Waabshke Ma’iingan Gewetigaabo) this workshop is geared towards faculty, instructors,  instructional designers, GTFs, and others to provide advice, resources, and ideas for integrating Indigenous content and knowledge in their courses. This will build on the workshop delivered in spring 2018, but can also be attended as a stand alone session. Coffee and tea will be provided. 

April 4, 10-11:30 am 

Room A227, Duncan McArthur Hall 

Please RSVP. 

Call for Linguistics research presentations

Call for Papers for They 2019

PDF version of the call for circulation.

THEY features two tracks of talks and presentations: one featuring research from linguistics (L-Track), and one featuring scholars and practitioners from other fields (O-Track). Each track has a separate call for papers, proposal format, and submission deadline. Please ensure that your submission follows the format for your desired track.