Twelve members of the Concordia community discuss their perspectives at Feminism Matters, the fifth CUPFA MicroTalk, held in February 2017. Presenters included Alex Antonopoulos, Kimberley Manning and Geneviève Rail from the Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Beatriz Bartolomé from Film and Moving Image Studies, Colleen Gray from History, Emilee Gilpin and Linda Kay from Journalism, Valérie Lamontagne, pk Langshaw and Alison Loader from Design and Computation Arts, and Dayna Mclead and Katerina Symes from Communication Studies.
Feminism Matters was moderated by Maria Peluso and organized by Lorraine Oades
Videographer: Parisa Foroutan
Editor: Lorraine Oades
In these three videos, students from Arts and Science, John Molson School of Business, and the Faculty of Fine Arts speak about their experiences with part-time faculty at Concordia who are innovators in the classroom, professionals with important community and industry ties, and champions of student welfare.
Lucinda, Camille and Daniel from CUPFA on Vimeo.
Isabella and Pamela from CUPFA on Vimeo.
Abel and Paul from CUPFA on Vimeo.
Director – Monique Moumblow
Director of Photography – Bryan Wilkat
Assistant Camera – Annie Hunting
Audio Recording – Steve Bates and Annie Hunting
Editor – Lorraine Oades
Original Music – David Szesztay
Executive Producer – Lorraine Oades
Producer – CUPFA
John Boulay teaches courses in sports trauma at Concordia. He regularly trains therapists worldwide including Cirque du Soleil, junior-major hockey and NHL, CFL. He is the founding president of the Quebec Sports Medicine Council. He was the National and Olympic team therapist and chair of sports medicine and science committee for Judo Canada from 1985-2008.
He has been a Canadian Medical Team member on numerous multi-sport games including Olympic Games: Vancouver 2010, Athens 2004, Sydney 2000.
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Mina Yazdanpanah teaches Digital Signal Processing (ELEC6601) at Concordia University. She received her PhD from the Electrical & Computer Engineering department at Concordia University in 2012. Her research specialty is Advanced Techniques for Optimizing Wireless Communication Networks. She received her MA Sc in Electrical Engineering from Concordia, with the specialty in Wireless Telecommunications. She also holds a BSc in Electronic Engineering from the Isfahan University of Technology, Iran.
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In Working Together to Build a Better Future full-time faculty and members of the upper administration talk about the unique qualities part-time faculty bring to the university and how we give meaning to applied pedagogy, whether through our teaching and research, or in our professional standing outside the University.
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