Are you interested in representing Queen’s University or Con-Ed in the Kingston Pride Parade on Saturday, June 15th? Contact our Equity Affairs Commissioners, Mahima Lamba (email@example.com) or Sheryl Nauth (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information!
The Faculty of Education has released a preliminary statement regarding the pending changes to our program. That statement can be found here: http://educ.queensu.ca/news/ministry.html.
We will be following this situation closely and will update you when we receive more information on how students will be affected by these changes.
If you have any questions or comments, please email the CESA Executive at email@example.com.
Alex Marshall – President
Jake Ferguson – VP Internal
Hannah Miller – VP External
For all those interested in the rules and regulations of CESA, the official Constitution and Policy documents have been updated! The current editions fall in line with the revisions made throughout CESA meetings this year and the final AGM that occurred in April 2013. Be sure to see our Association Documents tab for more information on these changes.
Check out the end-of-year report from your 2012-’13 CESA Executive team; this report was initially presented in the final CESA meeting of the year on Sunday, April 7th, 2013.
PSYC 100 Study Session
When: Monday April 8th, 2013
Upcoming Workshop Opportunity!
Children’s Rights in Education
Date: Friday, March 8th
Location: Dunning Hall Rm. 11
Children’s Rights in Education is a workshop presented by the Honourable Landon Pearson that will focus on the place of children’s rights in the education system. The presentation will include a response to the ideas expressed at the Shaking the Movers Workshop and a discussion on the responses from the academics contained in the CRAN report for 2009.
For more information about Landon Pearson, please see her biography at: http://www.landonpearson.ca/biography.html. For more information on the workshop, please check out the Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/224357757700939/.”
- The use of misogynistic terms, phrases, or jokes
- The way some males in Con-Ed view other females in Con-Ed
- Discussions had between some males and females in Con-Ed that work to exclude others from participating. This may include some “inside jokes.”
- The overly competitive nature of some males and females in Con-Ed when participating in intramurals or BEWIC Sports Days.