World Aids Day
This Friday, December 1st is the nineteenth annual World AIDS Day. Events devoted to raising awareness about the global AIDS pandemic will take place throughout our three campuses, culminating in a collaborative event including speakers, music and theatre at Hart House. This event will be followed by a candlelight vigil at Queen’s Park.
The motto for this year’s World AIDS Day is: Think about the challenge, be part of the solution. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to take part in the events on their campuses and in their faculties, and to attend this Friday evening at Hart House.
St. George Campus, December 1, 7:00 p.m. Great Hall, Hart House
Special Guest Speakers include:
Vice-Chancellor's Standing Committee on HIV/AIDS
Associate Professor and Director HIV Research
Endowed Chair in HIV Research on Vaccine Development
Faculty of Medicine,
Dean, Faculty of Medicine
Director, Centre for International Health, Faculty of Medicine
Although classes will not be cancelled for the event, we would be grateful if all instructors could mention the event to their students, and be considerate of those who are absent in order to attend. More information about the event is available online at:
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