October 4: A discussion will be held by female leaders in academia and industry to address the gender imbalance in STEM fields and devise strategies for empowering the next generation of women and girls in these fields.
October 4: John A. Gentry, a former CIA analyst and current adjunct professor at Georgetown University, will shed light on the causes and consequences of the politicization of U.S. intelligence. Gentry’s recently published book, “Neutering the CIA: Why US Intelligence Versus Trump Has Long-Term Consequences,” will serve as a reference for his discussion.
October 11: Bruce Lanphear, an eminent authority on environmental health from Simon Fraser University, will discuss the chemical exposure faced by Canadians and the lack of public awareness regarding its harmful effects. Strategies for enhancing regulations and protecting Canadians from toxic chemicals will be explored in this conversation with reporter Sandra Bartlett.
October 12: A student panel discussion on Generative AI will provide insights into ethical considerations and anxieties related to this transformative technology. Attendees will have the opportunity to understand the student perspective on how Generative AI will shape their future and what they hope instructors will comprehend.
October 19: As part of an initiative to support food security, the Office of the President has collaborated with TMU Eats to introduce a free soup day once every month, allowing the TMU community to enjoy a rotating menu of homemade soup recipes at the Hub Café.