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ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT: Short Course for Professional Engineers and Senior Engineering

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ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT: Short Course for Professional Engineers and Senior Engineering This course provides an unparalleled professional development experience. Professional Engineers, as well as students at the outset of their careers, will become more effective leaders and managers through the knowledge and skills developed by lectures, step-by-step approaches, case studies, assignments, study tours and in-company-observation in Toronto Canada.. The Lecturers ... Read More »

Arctic Field Ecology

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Arctic Field Ecology – BIO300HF – Summer 2012   Instructors:  Roger Hansell and James Kushny   Phone:  (647) 285-1939; (416) 953-4069 Email:  roger.hansell@utoronto.ca, james.kushny@utoronto.ca Course Location:  Churchill, Manitoba at the Churchill Northern Studies Centre (CNSC), Canada.  www.churchillscience.ca Address: CNSC, Box 610, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada R0B 0E0 Business Phone: (204) 675-2307 Fax: (204) 675-2139   Dates:  Sunday, August 12 to Saturday ... Read More »

Indigenous North American Life, Culture and Philosophy

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SPI 196-IND106-ANT212 Indigenous North American Life, Culture and Philosophy. This is a four week intensive course including two weeks living and working in traditional communities in Ontario Canada. The aim of this course is to teach the history and culture of Nort American Indigenous Peoples and to develop understanding of the deep spirituality which governs every activity in the sustainable ... Read More »

Documentary Film Making, Production and Editing

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Fine Arts 221- Film 201 Documentary Film Making, Production and Editing   Synopsis of course in Documentary film making in the exciting Fine Arts community of Toronto Canada. Taught by award winning international film makers, this is an exciting and practical introduction to the art. Duration 4 weeks. Instructors: Larisa and Leonid Alexeychuk and Guest Lecturer Professors from the University ... Read More »

Design of Working Models of Portable Water Purification systems

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214-Env224 Design of Working Models of Portable Water Purification systems   Synopsis of Project course in practical portable methods to purify water. Designed for students headed into Engineering and for hands on  environmentalists who want to do it for themselves this is great experience in Toronto Canada.   Duration 4 weeks. Instructors:Professor  Biswajit Bob Ganguly and Lecturers from the University ... Read More »

Air Purification for Modern Buildings

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ENV 240h-ENG 240h   Air Purification for Modern Buildings Synopsis of the project course to learn novel and classical methods of purifying air for buildings. Designed for students heading for engineering and for handyman environmentalists  who want to know how to do it for themselves this university course is ideal. Instructors:Professors  Biswajit Bob Ganguly, Roger Hansell, Kimberley Crawford and Guest Lectures ... Read More »

Expedition Course to Southern Canada and the Great Lakes Forest

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Expedition Course to Southern Canada and the Great Lakes Forest A course for adventurous students who wish to understand Lanscape form and its changing ecology and peoples. Students must be willing to learn to canoe on lakes and rivers and take rafts down white water rapids. Geog 215h-Env 217 Changing Landscapes of Southern Ontario  Canada Duration 4 weeks. Instructors: Professors ... Read More »

World Change in Canada and the Arctic: From Niagara Falls to the Tundra

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GEOG 212h-ENV212h. World Change in Canada and the Arctic: From Niagara Falls to the Tundra.   Instructors: Prof. Roger Hansell Lecturer James Kushny and Prof. Biswajit Bob Ganguly and others. This four weeks course is for students seeking adventure and understanding of the Environmental and other Word Change. Based in Toronto, Ontario and Churchill, Manitoba, Canada, the Polar Bear Capital ... Read More »

Cultural Anthropology

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Cultural Anthropology Course Outline (4002-3F- Fall 2013)   Course Director: Dr. Kazi Abdur Rouf Email: rouf56@yahoo.ca; Office Hours: 4:00 am-7:00 pm, Saturday (and by appointment)   Course Description Now a day, many people faced with the challenge of tolerating and appreciating other cultural perspectives in order to avoid the alternatives of increased ethnic hostility, acculturation (cultural superiority) and aggression. In ... Read More »