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Woodsworth One: Order and Disorder visits the MADLab

During the week of March 20th, all three Order & Disorder sections visited U of T ‘s MADLab. Students watched a demonstration of 3-D printing, followed by an interesting discussion about its applications and implications for political, social, and economic change around the globe. To learn more, visit: http://mobile.utoronto.ca/madlab

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Woodsworth One: Order & Disorder Student Spotlight – Stephanie

During the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting some of our students here at Woodsworth One: Order & Disorder to gain first-hand insight into the program. Name: Stephanie Bianco  Program of Study: Criminology Major, Human Geography and Sociology Minors Year: 3 Commutes from: I lived on residence for my first two years but I now live […]

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Woodsworth One: Order & Disorder Student Spotlight – Samantha

During the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting some of our students here at Woodsworth One: Order & Disorder to gain first-hand insight into the program. Name: Samantha Davis  Program of Study: Double Major in Ethics, Society, and Law and Criminology and Sociolegal Studies  Year: 3 Commutes from: I have a short commute from Charles St. […]

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Woodsworth One: Order & Disorder Student Spotlight – Mathew

During the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting some of our students here at Woodsworth One: Order & Disorder to gain first-hand insight into the program. Name:  Mathew Davis (Student Liaison, WDW One Order & Disorder) Program of Study: History Major, Political Science and Human Geography Minor  Year: 3 Commutes from: Spadina and Harbour  Favourite WDW One Moment: Getting […]

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Woodsworth One: Order & Disorder hosts a ‘Careers In And Around Law’ panel.

Many of the students in the Order & Disorder stream of Woodsworth One are interested in law and governance, so on Tuesday, January 31, 2017, Woodsworth One hosted a panel featuring professionals within these fields. The professionals discussed their career paths and offered advice to undergraduates. They also underscored the importance of following one’s passions […]

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The Woodsworth One application is now live!

Woodsworth One: Order and Disorder involves small classes and weekly co-curricular workshops that include field trips, guest lectures, films, and student leadership events. The program focuses on the role of laws, values, government policies, trade, and innovation in creating and disrupting both social and global order. Order & Disorder takes an interdisciplinary approach to their topics, […]

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Upcoming Careers Event: Hosted by the Popular Culture Stream

Wondering whether there’s anything you do to increase your chances that there will be a profession waiting for you after graduation? Come and speak with a U of T Career Educator and three graduates ready with tips on how their student years got them ready for the job market. Where? WW 121, Woodsworth College, 119 […]

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Co-Curricular Highlights: Popular Culture Today

We’ve updated our Co-Curricular Page featuring a number of new co-curriculars organized by the Popular Culture Today stream. Check it out using the following link under the “Popular Culture Today” tab: http://one.wdw.utoronto.ca/co-curricular-activities/

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Staff Spotlight: Professor Thomas Socknat

Dr. Thomas Socknat Academic Director, Academic Bridging Program & Associate Professor, Teaching Stream Thomas Socknat is the Academic Director of the Academic Bridging Program at Woodsworth College.  He has taught in the program since 1993, was coordinator of the program’s Canadian Studies course since 1995, and was  instrumental in introducing web courseware to Academic Bridging courses.  […]

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Program Spotlight: WDW 154H Popular Culture Today II: Protest and Popular Culture

WDW 154H Popular Culture Today II: Protest and Popular Culture “Millions of people take to the streets of major cities around the globe to protest the Iraq war in 2003.” “More than 35 cities and towns across Canada hold rallies to stop the war in Afghanistan.” “The Arab Spring calls for democratic change as demonstrators […]

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