International Week events: Feb 1

I’ll list the daily events happening during International Week at the U of S, typically the day before they happen. Keep checking back.

Campus Sustainability Forum: Thinking Global, Acting Local
Developing a Sustainability Management System at the U of S
12:30–1:30 p.m.
Arts 241
Presented by the Campus Sustainability Network, Saskatchewan Environmental Association of Law Students and Sierra Youth Coalition

Mongolia: Land of Blue Skies
Presentation on Mongolia, its agriculture and the University of Saskatchewan’s involvement
Dr. Paul Stevens
3:00 p.m.
Agriculture 1E85
Presented by International Agriculture Club

“Paradise Now”
Free Movie Night: From the most unexpected place, comes a bold new call for peace.
Free admission with a valid student card
7:00 p.m.
Broadway Theatre

International Internship Fair

Meet teacher candidates who have completed Internships in Australia,
Thailand, England, Ireland, Spain, Costa Rica and Cameroon. You will be
able to ask questions and see displays from these students who have
returned from Internship around the world.

Date and Location of Event: Thursday, February 2, from 11:00 a.m. to
2:00 p.m.
Main hallway of the Education Building

Join us in welcoming these teacher candidates back to the University of
Saskatchewan. They are ready to share their exciting internship
experiences and travels.

This event is coordinated by the Centre for School Based Experiences.

Poetry: Read, Teach & Write

Faculty, Staff, Graduate Students, and Teacher Candidate are invited to a presentation on

Poetry: Read, Teach & Write
with Glen Sorestad

Thursday, February 2, 2006
2:30 p.m., Education Room 2014
University of Saskatchewan

Glen, former poet laureate of Saskatchewan, will read from his latest collection Blood & Bone, Ice & Stone and talk about how to teach poetry and sustain a writing life.

Refreshments provided

This presentation has been organized by the
Faculty Policy and Planning Committee