“Determination, Devotion, Diplomacy: Women Building Peace in Ukraine” is a special lecture presented by Dr. Maureen Flaherty, Mauro Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Manitoba. The presentation is sponsored by the Peace Studies Initiative and the Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage at St Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan.
Ukrainian Day in the Park: (l-r at the table) Matthew Selinger, Oksana Dubasov, Iryna Kozina
Following last year’s information campaign, PCUH, Spring Session in Ukraine (SSU), and Ukrainian Studies Minor program, were again represented at two major Saskatoon community cultural events – Folk Fest (August 16-18) and Ukrainian Day in the Park (August 25). Both events were well-attended by the local community. Interested community members were eager to learn more about the Ukrainian Studies projects and initiatives at St. Thomas More College and expressed satisfaction that so much was being done at the university. The promotion campaign was faciliated by Iryna Kozina, SSU and PCUH Administrative Assistant, helped by Oksana Dubasov and Matthew Selinger, SSU 2018 participants.
Promotion at Folk Fest 2018