Student Webinar Series

Upcoming Webinars

Library of Webinar Recordings and Transcripts

Students have expressed a need for more guidance about how to navigate both academic and non-academic career paths. To help address this need, the Canadian Sociological Association’s Student Concerns Subcommittee has organized a professional development webinar series for students.  Each webinar will feature a guest speaker, either an academic or practitioner, and will focus on a different aspect of professional development.

Professional development is integral to strengthening students’ transferable skills and their understanding of how the core competencies of the discipline can be used in both academic and non-academic settings.  Students enter graduate programs with varying levels of information and awareness of the importance of such knowledge, and access to professional development resources also varies by institution, department, and individual supervisors.  Discipline-specific information and perspectives from sociologists at different institutions/in different settings may provide new and valuable insights for all students.

These webinars are meant to be interactive, so they will feature both a presentation from the guest speaker as well as an open Q&A period.

Please contact the Student Concerns Subcommittee for more information.

Upcoming Webinars

Webinar #10: Let’s Talk Systemic Racism / Parlons de racisme systémique

Date: August 17, 2020 @ 3:00pm ET
Panelists: Karine Coen-Sanchez (organizer), Pedrom Nasiri, Kayonne Christy, Roodabeh Dehghani

Note: This event is open to racialized students only.  The event will not be recorded and registration is required.

Participant registration / Pour s’enregistrer : CLICK HERE

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at students@csa-scs.ca.
Si vous avez des questions, n’hésitez pas à nous contacter à students@csa-scs.ca

Let's talk systemic racism! The CSA-SCS is commiteed to creating a safe space for open conversations. This online panel and discussion will be open only to racialized students. Participants are welcome to speak in English or French.

Details on our 2020-2021 webinars will be posted once finalized.