Vic One Plenary Pictures
Beatriz Hausner "From Surrealism to Dante and Back"
Carol Greenwood "The Fruits and Nuts of Better Brain Health"
Ray Robertson "Without Music life Would be a Mistake: Rock and Roll, Writing Novels and Being Alive"
Pelham Edgar Visiting Lecturer in the Humanities
Gordon Rubenfeld "Who Lives? Who Dies? Who Pays? Who Decides? The ethics of modern intensive care."
Mark Fewer "Back to Bach- With a Twist" Iris Tupholme "The Making of a Bestseller" Michael Winter "No Idea But In Things" (writing non-fiction by using fictional devices)
Tyrone Savage "Indie Theatre and the Merits of Making Your Own Work"
Anne Urbancic "Remembering: Women Under the Influence"
Stevie Cameron "Students Made it Possible"
Judy LaMarsh Lecture Series
OCTOBER 21, 2015
The Honourable Bob Rae "Canadian Election Results and Implications"
OCTOBER 14, 2015
Michelle Bendeck "The Road Less Traveled by: Vascular Matrix Biology"
OCTOBER 7, 2015
Mark Sedra "Forging a Career as a 'Pracademic': Walking the fine line between Academic and Practitioner Work"
SEPTEMBER 30, 2015
Davey Forum featuring Lloyd Axworthy and Charli Carpenter, moderated by Wendy Wong - "Is Canada Doing Enough to Promote Human Rights Around the World?"
SEPTEMBER 23, 2015
President William Robins - "What's so Liberal about Liberal Education?"