Online discussion on the future of Quebec universities from the perspective of the revitalization of Greater Montréal.Virtual activities and contentThe speech will be delivered in French only.Monday, January 18, 2021 from noon to 1 p.m.
Over the past year, a broad reflection on the university of the future has been taking place with key players in the higher education community.
By its very nature, the university as an institution is called upon to evolve in order to adapt to the new realities and face the current issues affecting our society.
The climate crisis, demographic change, academic freedom, equity, diversity and inclusion and funding are some of the many challenges that will inevitably shape the university of tomorrow.
On Monday, January 18 from noon to 1 p.m., take part in a virtual talk with Danielle McCann, Minister of Higher Education, and Rémi Quirion, Chief Scientist of Québec, on the future of Quebec universities.
Michel Leblanc, Chamber President and CEO, will lead this virtual discussion.
12 p.m. Introductory remarks and presentation of speakers by Michel Leblanc
12:05 p.m. Discussion between Danielle McCann and Rémi Quirion
12:35 p.m. Discussion between Michel Leblanc, Danielle McCann and Rémi Quirion
1 p.m. Acknowledgements and end of the event
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