2017 APAG Mini-Conference

Don't miss this year's APAG Mini-Conference: April 25 and 26, 2018

Join us for our 3rd annual mini-conference inspired by the successes and continued work resulting from Langara’s Academic Plan.

Day 1 Keynote Speaker

Lawrence Hill, C.M. – Governor General’s History Award winner, Member of the Order of Canada, author of The Book of Negroes and The Illegal.

Day 2 Keynote Event

Theatre for Living – Award winning, Vancouver-based theatre company, a worldwide leading example for social change.

More details will be available by March. Registration* opens in April. Mark your calendars and see you at the mini-conference.

*Langara employees event. Registered participants only.


Social Media:
Use #apaglangara to live tweet, Facebook, or Instagram the conference

Conference Resources:
2014-2019 Langara Academic Plan

Information:
Email academicplan@langara.bc.ca

Keynote Speaker: Lawrence Hill, C.M. Governor General’s History Award winner, Member of the Order of Canada, author of The Book of Negroes, and The Illegal. | Room TBA
Keynote Event: Theatre for Living Award winning, Vancouver-based theatre company, a worldwide leading example for social change.
TBA APAG 1: Learning and Teaching
TBA APAG 2: Student Support
TBA APAG 3: Aboriginal Initiatives
TBA APAG 4: International Initiatives
TBA APAG 5: Environmental, Financial, and Social Sustainability

APAG 1: Teaching and Learning

  • Sarah Bowers 

APAG 2: Student Support 

APAG 3: Aboriginal Initiatives

APAG 4: International Initiatives

  • Jacqueline Bradshaw

APAG 5: Sustainability

  • Gerda Krause 

Intercultural Initiatives Coordinator

  • Daryl Smith

Communications & Marketing

  • Wendy Weston

Educational Development Coordinator

  • Carolyn Wing

APAGs Mini-Conference Liaison/Coordinator

  • Raged Anwar

This area is reserved for guest speakers and panelists who wish to share their presentations or handouts after the conference.