Keep Education Public Week Events

Workshop: “Student-to-faculty ratios: More than just bums in seats”

Similar to a cheap airline, it sometimes seems like the university administration does not care about the quality of the ride or the destination, only the number of seats sold. This workshop invites students and faculty to participate in this interactive, bilingual workshop about the problems with rising student-to-faculty
ratios. Event sponsored by GSAED, CUPE 2626 and APUO.

Where: DMS 12110
When: Monday, February 24th, 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

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Workshop: “Perish Citation Counts, Publish What Matters”

by Professor André Vellino (School of Information Studies, University of Ottawa)
This workshop aims to explain what scholarly performance metrics such as h-Index really measure, why they need to be interpreted with caution, and their alternatives. Lunch will be provided. Event sponsored by APUO.

Where: DMS 12110
When: Tuesday, February 25th, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

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Panel: “Public Education for the Public Good” and Social

Anaïs Elboujaini: Graduate Student Rep on the uOttawa Board of Governors Vanessa Hunt: Deputy Chairperson, Canadian Federation of Students Erika Shaker: Director Education Project, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

Panel guests will present on the need to fight neo-liberal attacks on the fundamental direction of public education and research. A social will take place after the panel. Event sponsored by GSAED and APTPUO.

Where: Cafe Nostalgica
When: Thursday, February 27th, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

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Film Screening: Carré rouge sur fond noir This event will be exclusively in French.

This film takes us into the heart of the 2012 student crisis to experience from the inside one of the most important social movements in Quebec history. Event sponsored by GSAED and SFUO.

Where: Grad House (GSD 307)
When: Friday, February 28th, 5:30pm