Meeting bi-weekly, the Vic Capstone Colloquia offer an enriched interdisciplinary environment, including peer and instructor support, for your independent work. The Colloquia include training and practice in professional skills and effective communication in a variety of genres and contexts.

VIC476H1F - Contemporary Issues in Foreign Policy 
Professor David Wright
W 2-4

This senior seminar is intended as a capstone to studies in the fields of international relations and political science. It focuses on current issues of foreign policy from the perspective of a practitioner. Professor Wright was Canadian Ambassador to NATO for six years. How are decisions taken in crisis situations and how are broad foreign policy directions determined? The period covered will be from the end of the Cold War to the present day. Central issues will include the return to confrontation with Russia under Putin, international intervention in humanitarian crises, dealing with an unstable Middle East, and the rise of China. American and Canadian foreign policies will be analyzed and any current crises will be given historical and strategic context. 


VIC451H1Y - Capstone: Learning Communities and Higher Education
Professor Ira Wells
M 2-4

This Capstone course offers you a guided professional formation in mentorship and leadership. We'll consider different kinds of learning communities, experiential learning, and various contexts of education. You will also have the very practical opportunity to take on the important role as mentor to a class of students in a limited enrolment first year course at VIC.

 
VIC493H1Y - Vic Capstone Colloquium
Professor Ira Wells
M 4-6

The Vic Capstone Research Colloquium is intended for students registered in Independent Studies, Individual Studies, or Senior Essay courses in Humanities or Social Science subjects. It is a half-course taught over the full academic year


VIC493H1Y - Vic Capstone Colloquium
Professor Emanuel Istrate
M 4-6

As a large research university, UofT teaches students both through courses and through involvement in research projects. VIC493 is a companion course to independent study and independent research courses in the sciences. Students enrol in this course while also taking on a research project in one of the science departments. We will discuss the norms, practices and customs in research activities, from the point of view of those actually involved in research. 


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