Let’s Talk About Change, BC!

Simon Fraser University & the Summer 2013 Undergraduate Semester in Dialogue (UGSID) program invites you to please join us for the culmination of our program as we present our timeline projects on Leading Social Change in BC.

Let’s Talk About Change, BC! is free to attend and refreshments will be served.
The event will be held from 2 – 4:30 pm at CityStudio (1800 Spyglass Place, Vancouver, BC).

The timeline projects on Leading Social Change in BC will focus on:
2:30 pm – Theatre and Social Change
Presented by Lukáš Hyrman, Monica Miller, Menelaine Valencia

2:50pm – Income and Social Inclusion in BC
Presented by Loryn Blower, Jeannette Friesen, Nicky Grunfeld, Umme Mansoory

3:10pm – Women Leading Change for Women
Presented by Georgia Clayton, Chantal Esperanza, Rohini Grover, Savanna Jones Martin

3:30pm –  Transportation in BC
Presented by Shiva Bakhtiary, Kelsey Dunn, Maayan Kreitzman, Shelley Lai

3:50pm – The Development of the Downtown Eastside
Presented by Heather Balch, Margaret Chang, Izzy Kim, Mariza Phillips

What is SFU’s Undergraduate Semester in Dialogue (UGSID)?
The Undergraduate Semester in Dialogue is a one-semester, full-time program designed to inspire students with a sense of civic responsibility and encourage their passion for improving Canadian society. Each semester is an original interdisciplinary experience through the mediums of dialogue, experiential learning, and community engagement centred on a specific topic or theme; the summer 2013 program is Leading Social Change in BC: Innovative and Transformational Leadership. More information on the UGSID program and the students participating in it can be found here.

Please RSVP here. We hope to see you at Let’s Talk About Change, BC!


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