Huron-Sussex Quarterly Newsletter
Community Life Updates
Upcoming UFH Events – Details and Registration to be Announced Soon!
Building an Online Presence in Higher Education Workshop
In this multi-week program, participants will learn about building an online presence in higher education, focusing on creating personal websites, using platforms like LinkedIn, and measuring and maximizing your research impact. Speakers will include representatives from Career Exploration and Education, the Toronto Public Library, and more. All participants will also have the opportunity to have a free professional headshot taken!
Indoor & Small Space Gardening Workshop
Join us for a new adult education series to learn more about indoor and balcony gardening! Living in downtown Toronto means we don’t always have space to garden outside, but we can still enjoy plants in the indoor spaces we do have. This virtual and in-person program series will cover topics like indoor plants in winter, starting your own vegetable seeds indoors, growing microgreens, gardening for families, and more!
Upcoming Family Care Office Workshops
The Family Care Office hosts online workshops that might be of interest to you and/or your partners/co-caregivers! A few are listed below. Be sure to check out their website for more workshops, as well as in-person events for the whole family!
Introduction to Mindful Parenting
Thursday, February 9 • 7:45 – 9:00 pm
Mindfulness for Kids: Building a Parent’s Toolkit
Thursday, February 16 • 7:45 – 9:00 pm
What to Expect on Your Birth Partner Journey: a workshop for non-birth parents and birth partners
Monday, March 6 • 12:00 – 1:30 pm
Relationships and Money
Wednesday, March 29 • 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Choosing Childcare that Works for your Family
Friday, March 31 • 12:00 – 1:30 pm
Black History Month
The motion to officially recognize February as Black History Month was introduced in the House of Commons in 1995 by the first Black woman elected to Parliament, the Honourable Jean Augustine. The University joins in celebrating and recognizing the change makers of African descent in Canadian history, who shaped the fabric of Canadian society and impacted innovation in all sectors including science, engineering, medicine, public health, education, politics, and the arts.
The Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office invites the University of Toronto and external community members to join their upcoming programming in recognition and celebration of Black History Month.