Lougheed College Lectures

The next lecture is on February 26, 2018!

Ethics: Sally Armstrong 

6:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m., February 5, 2018

Room 11, Tory Lecture Theatres (View on campus map)

Sally Armstrong is an award-winning author, journalist, and human rights activist, and she is a member of the Order of Canada. She’ll share her experiences in social justice, with a focus on women’s rights, and show the increasing importance of ethical leadership.

Ms. Armstrong's lecture will not be livestreamed due to contractual obligations, so we suggest you save the date to attend in person.

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What is a Lougheed College Lecture?

The Lougheed College Lecture Series offers all U of A students and members of the public the opportunity to hear from some of today’s most inspirational, influential, and innovative visiting scholars and practitioners of leadership. These free evening sessions are held throughout the fall and winter terms and have featured guests including Shawna Pandya, Todd Babiak, Kim Katrin and Tiq Milan, Mark Tewksbury, and more. This series is a part of our Topics in Leadership course; therefore, attendance is required for first-year students in the certificate program. 

Lougheed College Lectures are now held in the Tory Lecture Hall, located on Saskatchewan Drive on the northeast side of campus.

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  If you forget to bring a food item, Food Bank volunteers at the event will accept monetary donations.