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If all of the above fails, move your mouse cursor on top of the link, press the right button, select "Save Link As.." or "Save Target As.." in Netscape and Internet Explorer respectively. Then save the file to your hard drive.

Please verify your browser settings with your IT person in your department if you are still unable to download the presentation files.

 

Programming Sessions May 27-29, 2002

Session: 1: 10:45a.m. - 12:00, Monday, May 27


a. Only a year to go until the Double Cohort Arrives… Now what?
Fran Wdowczyk, Executive Director – The Student Life Education Company
Co-Chair, Double Cohort Task Force,"Student Life Education Company"

b. Six Thinking Hats Leanne O'Donnell, Waterloo

c. What's an OCA? Glenn Matthews, Western

d. Academic Learning Communities
Mildred Eisenbach, Guelph

e. Life's a Beach Dr. Mary Frances Arnold

f. 10 Things I wish I Knew Before I Became a RLM (RM, or RD)
Cassandra Engel and David Kiloh, UBC


1:30p.m. - 2:15 p.m., Monday, May 27

1) "Ask Mike" has been a major service to students in need at Western.
Michael Cormier, Director of UWO Community Legal Services and Staff

2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m, Monday, May 27

2) "Tribunal Rulings & Their Consequences"
Michael Cormier, Director of UWO Community Legal Services and Staff


Session: 2: 2:15p.m. - 3:30 p.m., Monday, May 27

a. Where's My Porn? -- Companion Documents (1, 2, 3)
Jim Dunkin
Adam Schieman
Bob Gough, Western

b. 'Catching' Up to 'Matching Up' – College and University perspectives on the double cohort.
Peter Lem and Hilory Gasewicz, Humber

c. Attitude-Your Key to Success
Barb Robbins, Waterloo

d. Silent Legacy
Jen McMillen, Western

e. Different Strokes for Different Folks
Dr. Maura Cullen


Session: 3,: 2:15 p.m. -- 3:30 p.m, Tuesday, May 28


a. Self Assessment: Knowing What You Know and Articulating Your Strengths
Tom Crouch, Career Directions @ Nokee Kwe

b. "Hate Crimes and the Queer Community" , Hate Crime doc
Barry Townshend, Guelph

c. Stop and Go Penalties: Test Driving Different Structures
Glen Weppler, Georgian
Corinna Fitzgerald, McMaster
Rob Murison, Western
Chad Elliott, UBC
Shawn McCloskey, Waterloo
Thomas Brandstetter, Sault College
Jay Boast, Guelph

d. "When the Lights Dim"
Dr. Maura Cullen
Dr. Mary Frances Arnold

e. Making International Students "feel at home" Inernat 2
Melissa Alvares,Waterloo
Matt Pigozzo, Waterloo

f. Putting Your Money Where It Counts: Towards Action-Oriented Program Evaluation
Dr. Susan Rodger, Western
Dr. Andrew Johnson, Western


Session: 4: 3:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 28

a. "C" is for Cookie
Jen McMillen, Western

b. Beyond the Belly-button: The Ins and Outs of Body Modification   Note: File size, 9.6 MB
Vivianne Schell, Fleming College

c. UBC Programming Resource Centre – Making a difference in our Residents' Lives
Chad Elliott, University of British Columbia
Chris Kanuka, University of British Columbia

d. Primary Colours
Michelle Corbeil, McMaster
Danielle Stayzer, McMaster

e. First Y2K...Now This??? Understanding the Millennial Generation
Chris McGrath, Simon Fraser University

 

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