Inaugural Green WIDEN: Lean, Green and Built to Last

On September 30th, 2013, Green College initiated its WIDEN series with an institution-appropriate theme: “Lean, Green and Built to Last.“ From Roman aqueducts to skyscrapers of engineered timber to building community (like Green College) so that we can last, this interdisciplinary panel will discuss the brilliance of concrete (literally) as well as abstract building ideas […]

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On Culture/Change, October 28, 2011

Friday, October 28, 2011 Presentations: “Using technology to adapt to changes in cultural experiences due to disability” David Fourney (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering) One’s lifespan is defined by change. With age comes disability. Hearing loss is the third most chronic disability among older adults and the fastest growing hidden disability in North America. It affects […]

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On “___” and the City, in honour of the then upcoming municipal elections, October 21, 2010

“_____” AND THE CITY (in honour of the then upcoming municipal elections) October 21 2010 RAILI LAKANEN: how community engagement can lead to sustainability (urban planning) SHELLEY LIEBEMBUK: exploring the intercultural themes, performers and audiences of Toronto (drama) UTAKO TANEBE: making the invisible city visible (architecture) The panel discussion was led by Eye Weekly columnist […]

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