Professor Mary Anne Waldron, QC, hired as an Assistant Professor at UVic Law in 1976, gave her final classroom lecture earlier this afternoon. The LSS Executive has sent a letter to Professor Waldron, cc’ing the Dean and Associate Deans, congratulating her on her upcoming retirement, and expressing our deepest gratitude for her service and outstanding teaching.
We would like to congratulate Professor Waldron publicly on this momentous occasion.
This message has been posted on behalf of Professor Ryan Alford.
At 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 26, Reverend Grant Ikuta (of the Buddhist Churches of Canada and the Steveston Buddhist Temple) will be visiting the Fraser Building in Room 157 for a lecture entitled “The Pursuit of Happiness According to the Buddha”, which will be introduced with meditation and sutra chanting. All are welcome.
The election results have been released for the First Year Rep on Faculty Council! The LSS would like to congratulate Jill Thibadeau on her election to this position!
More details will be available shortly at:
Many thanks to everyone for standing for election, and for voting!
All the best,
Yianni & The LSS Executive
Join UVic Law’s Movember fundraising team in the lounge at lunch from 12:00-1:30 to buy a beef burger, veggie burger, or smokie with chips and pop for a donation.
Donate online, too, at http://moteam.co/uvic-law.
Following our call from nominees at the start of November, the LSS has decided to proceed with an election to select the First Year Representative for Faculty Council.
The polls are currently open (as of 9 am this morning), and voting will continue until Friday, November 22nd at 12 pm (noon). Voting is conducted online at:
Please vote! You will be electing one representative from the following list of candidates:
- Kathy Vu
- Jill Thibadeau
- Jeremy Sapers
- Keelan Sinnott
- Milan Milenkovic
Short candidate biographies are attached to this post for more information (see link below). Please let us know if you have any questions. Otherwise, thank you in advance for voting, and good luck to all the candidates!