November 19, 2013
The Saul Goldstein Memorial Lecture was named in honour of U of T graduate Saul Goldstein by his family and friends following his death at the age of 97.
In Saul Goldstein’s honour and with the support of his family and friends, an endowment has been created and henceforth this annual Fall Lecture at Woodsworth College will now be known as the Saul Goldstein Memorial Lecture.
This year Professor Janice Stein’s lecture is titled “The Innovation Frontier: Where Public Institutions meet the Twenty-First Century”.
All are welcome! Reception follows lecture.
November 26, 2013 5–7pm
Kruger Hall Commons, Woodsworth College, 119 St. George St.
2008 The Hon. Frank Iacobucci, C.C., Q.C., gave the inaugural lecture on the Story Leading to Prime Minister Harper’s Apology on Indian Residential Schools.
2009 Professor Meric Gertler, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Goldring Chair in Canadian Studies spoke about Urban Planning.
2010 Professor Ian Hacking, Professor Emeritus. Recipient of the Holberg International Memorial Prize awarded for his work on how statistics and the theory of probability have shaped society.
2011 Professor Faye Mishna, Dean, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work and the Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Chair in Child and Family spoke about Cyber Bullying.