Workshops and Student Development

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The Canadian Sociological Association fosters faculty and student engagement through many workshops and expert panels held during our annual conference. The following list of workshops are scheduled for Congress 2019 at the University of British Columbia.

Additional workshops will be held through the Congress. See the congress website for further details.

Best Student Paper Awards are offered by the Association as well as several Research Clusters.

Upcoming Events

An Introduction to Social Network Analysis

Workshops and Student Development

The Canadian Sociological Association’s Social Networks Research Cluster invites delegates to this pre-conference workshop. Date: Sunday, June 2, 2019 Location: To be communicated to participants Registration is required in advance.* … Read more

CSA Pre-Conference on Teaching: Experiential Learning Across our Discipline

Conference Highlights, Workshops and Student Development

A one-day pre-conference workshop focused exploring different ways of incorporating experiential learning in different course contexts and at different curriculum levels. Click for additional information and registration  

Post-Graduate Blues: Figuring Out What’s Next

Conference Highlights, Panels and Plenary, Workshops and Student Development

Many graduate students are concerned about post-graduate job opportunities when pursuing an academic career path. Given the competitive nature of the academic job market, graduate students find themselves questioning their … Read more

Student/Faculty Speed Meeting Opportunity

Conference Highlights, Workshops and Student Development

We have arranged an opportunity for faculty and graduate students to meet other sociologists across the country during the Welcome Reception.  This is open to all Canadian Sociological Association delegates. … Read more

Teaching and Learning after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Panels and Plenary, Roundtable, Workshops and Student Development

After decades of efforts by Indigenous Peoples, including Indigenous scholars, highlighting the problems of residential schools and colonial educational systems more generally, the Truth and Reconciliation’s Calls to Actions have … Read more

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