Building Belonging Gathering: Mark Tewksbury - An unconventional workshop wherein the Dalhousie community expands on our Year of Belonging dialogue
Please join us for our third Building Belonging gathering, this time to share our reflections on issues and inspirations from Mark Tewksbury's Belong Forum. In small groups, we will collectively generate meaningful ways to practically apply what we've learned from Mark, to the Dal context and community. Mark will join us for the second hour, where we might share our ideas with him and invite him into the conversation.
Lisa Goldberg, Professor, School of Nursing: Lisa teaches in the areas of perinatal nursing, nursing philosophy, qualitative methodologies and caring science. Her provincially and nationally funded research program builds on her clinical expertise as a perinatal nurse. Using feminist/queer phenomenological methodologies, her research explores the taken-for-granted practices of nurses and primary care providers in their relationships with women in contexts of birth and beyond—specifically against the institutional backdrop of gender, power, and heteronormativity.
Tim Muloney, Executive Director, Athletics and Recreation: After a long history with Dal, in 2017, Tim was named Executive Director of Athletics & Recreation where he currently oversees athletic facilities, varsity athletics, recreation, club sports and intramurals on the Halifax and Truro campuses. Tim believes strongly in the role athletics and recreation can play in bringing people together. Recently, Tim has sat on Halifax's bid to bring the 2020 North American Indigenous Games to our city and campus while also focusing his department's efforts on raising awareness on a variety of issues including mental health, sexualized violence and those who are alternately-abled.
To register for this event, please visit https://events-tm.dal.ca/login.php?id=2539.
Student Union Building, Room 307
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