City Symposium event series runs through 2019/2020
The City Symposium is a unique, 8-part series that brings together an artist, a researcher, a civil servant, and an activist, to discuss a theme from diverse perspectives.
The next event, focusing on Work and Employment, takes place on Monday, September 16 at Aeolian Hall at 6:40 p.m. and features Clark Bryan (musician/teacher), Susana Caxaj (professor, Arthur Labatt School of Nursing), Debbie Laliberte Rudman (Occupational Therapist, Faculty of Health Sciences) and Carol Stewart (Project Manager, Employment Sector Council).
The FIMS Documentation Project is an effort by staff, faculty and students from FIMS to record the speakers and make their presentations available. This helps the series attain its knowledge mobilization goals. Completed videos are available on the City Symposium website.