Beyond The Headlines Online

Online Only
Wednesday, Jul 15, 2020 at 12:00 PM  - 1:00 PM EDT 

Event Details

Join the University of Waterloo in partnership with CBC Kitchener-Waterloo as we go Beyond The Headlines to discuss the realities unfolding in our post-COVID world. 
 

This two-part, online series will feature in-depth conversations with researchers who will discuss the issues you are reading about in the news to make sense of the broader social, political and economic implications.

Responding to inequity in our post-COVID world 

The pandemic has exposed issues of equity in our society such as the value of work, gender roles, universal basic income and racial profiling. University of Waterloo researchers will explore whether our post-COVID society may be more responsive, or more divisive.


Moderated by:
Craig Norris
CBC Radio One
89.1 Kitchener Waterloo
Host 

Hosted by:
Sheila Ager
Faculty of Arts
Dean


Community lectures will be held online using a video link that will be provided after registration. 
Registration is required.

If you have any questions, please contact Community Relations and Events.  

Speakers

Sheila Ager
University of Waterloo
Dean, Faculty of Arts
Katy Fulfer
University of Waterloo
Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy
Feridun Hamdullahpur
University of Waterloo
President & Vice-Chancellor
Craig Norris
CBC Radio One 89.1 Kitchener-Waterloo
Host
Mikal Skuterud
University of Waterloo
Professor, Department of Economics
Christopher Taylor
University of Waterloo
Lecturer, Department of History

Location

Available Online Only
Instructions will be sent out via email after registration.

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