EUCE York and its partners at the Critical Research Lab in Law & Society at Osgoode Hall Law School are please to announce that they will host a syllabus design workshop for students currently enrolled in a Graduate Program at Law Schools, Political Science or Social Science Departments as well as early career instructors and senior faculty. This one-day workshop is intended to foster the development of syllabi for undergraduate and graduate courses between 9 and 12 teaching weeks and related to European Law and Governance and European Studies.
Limited funding is available for workshop participants from outside the Greater Toronto Area and priority will be given to applicants who are accepted to present papers at EUCE York’s Graduate Student Conference “European Union: Instances of Cooperation and Discord/ Union Européenne: entre coopération et désaccord” which takes place on Friday, March 2, 2012. (Please note deadline for conference paper proposals in Sunday, January 15th).
Details on the syllabus design workshop including its format, funding support for participants and how to apply are found in Syllabus Design Workshop – EUCE_CRL
Deadline: Wednesday, February 1, 2012