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Morley Gunderson Lecture in Labour | Orley Ashenfelter (Princeton University): “Real Wages over Time and Space (The McWages Project)”


This year’s Morley Gunderson Lecture in Labour Economics and Industrial Relations is being held Friday, November 11th, 4:30-6:00 pm.

The speaker is Orley Ashenfelter, Joseph Douglas Green 1895 Professor of Economics at Princeton University.

His talk is entitled, “Real wage rates over time and space (The McWages Project).”

Professor Ashenfelter is a pioneer in empirical labour economics:

The talk is open to everyone, but we are requested to register in order to estimate attendance (chairs, etc.):

Go Global Week next week!

Discover how learning in other countries can transform your perspective and enrich your undergraduate experience by attending Go Global Week! Three days full of presentations, conversation, and information about international programs available to you as an Arts and Science student. November 3, 4, and 5 in various locations across campus. More details available at #UofTGoesGlobal Facebook link: pdf icon Go-Global-Poster-Final.pdf

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Information Session-Master of Forest Conservation-Faculty of Forestry

The Faculty of Forestry is currently receiving applications to the Master of Forest Conservation program and will be holding an information session on Wednesday November 11, 2015. Please see the attachment for further information. pdf icon MFC-Info-Session-Flyer201511.pdf
pdf icon MFC-Brochure-2015.pdf
pdf icon MFC-email-web-info-November-11-2015.pdf

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CIE Exchange Fair

Interested in experiencing what the world has to offer? Earn credits towards your degree while studying abroad. Come to the Exchange Fair to learn about the exchange program, and talk to students who have studied at our 140+ partner institutions!

CIE Student Exchange Fair Time: 11am to 3pm

Location: Cumberland House, 33 St. George Street

The exchange program is a unique and unforgettable opportunity, and the exchange fair is the best place to learn about it. We hope to see you there!


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Info session on campus: The Master of Financial Risk Management

Designed to prepare the quantitively sophisticated for in-demand careers in risk management and trading.
Experience NOT required.

Are you wondering what makes the Master of Financial Risk Management unique? Curious about what you will
learn in class? Join the Academic Director to learn more about the MFRM at Rotman, its unique curriculum,
and the experiential learning opportunities it provides. The admission team will be on hand to answer
questions about admission requirements and the application process for this exciting new program.

Date: Wed Oct 28th
Time: 1-2pm
Location: Rotman, Room LL1010
Register here

Date: Thur Nov 12th
Time: 6.30-7.30pm
Location: Rotman, Room 1065
Register here:

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Fall Campus Day Open House, Oct. 17

Join us for our Fall Campus Day open house at U of T St. George on October 17, 2015.  This isn’t just another campus tour! You’ll have a chance to see what you can study, take a residence tour, sit in on information sessions, meet professors and students from all around U of T and learn more about life outside the classroom.  Register today and let us know you’re coming at:

Events run from 9:30AM until 4PM — stay for the whole day or just come for the sessions & tours that you’re interested in.

When you arrive, you’ll be able to pick up a program with a map and a schedule of the day’s events.
And check-in with one of our volunteers to let them know you’ve arrived — you’ll be entered into a draw to win a U of T prize pack!
* Graduate and Professional Faculties at U of T St. George

Many graduate faculties at U of T will be represented at Fall Campus Day. You’ll have
an opportunity to speak with staff, faculty and students in areas like medicine,
education, law, social work, nursing, medical radiation sciences, pharmacy and physician assistant.

* Undergraduate Faculties at U of T St. George

Each of our five undergraduate faculties, as well as our student life & support programs,
have events and programming planned for Fall Campus Day. The faculties will offer tours
and info sessions so you can become more familiar with their unique academic programs and offerings.
Representatives from U of T Mississauga and U of T Scarborough will also be on hand to
provide information about their campuses, opportunities and unique programs.

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You’re invited to discover the Master of Financial Risk Management – Experience not required

Vist for more information.

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