Accessible and affordable child minding options are a key part of Congress.
Following on the successful child minding options available at Congress 2014, we are committed to providing convenient childcare options for registered attendees of Congress 2015.
Two child minding services will be available. Both services are bilingual and will operate from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on each day of Congress (May 30 to June 5). If you will require child minding services during Congress, be sure to pre-register your children before May 14.
Child minding (6 months to 5 years)
In partnership with the Bernadette Child Care Centre, the University of Ottawa is pleased to offer child minding services...
Andrea Auger, Reconciliation and Research Manager, First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada
The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society (the Caring Society) is thrilled to be a part of the 2015 Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences. We invite attendees to see the “Caring Across Boundaries” photo exhibition that brings viewers closer to the lived realities and aspirations of three First Nations communities: Attawapiskat First Nation (Ontario), Carrier Sekani Nations (British Columbia) and Tobique First Nation (New Brunswick). Seen through the lens of internationally renowned photographer Liam Sharp, members of the First Nations invite people to take positive steps towards reconciliation and a future of wellbeing for First Nations and all children and youth in Canada.
Caring Across Boundaries has...
Congress for everyone: Big Thinking, Congress Expo, Career Corner, Interdisciplinary symposia and more
Nour Aoude, Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Congress is a community of learning and exchanging ideas. Even if you are not an association member, you are invited to take part in Congress and benefit from the diverse opportunities for personal and professional enrichment on offer:
Big Thinking lecture series
Live an unforgettable experience in the heart of the national capital: this is what awaits some 350 volunteers that the University of Ottawa and the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences hope to recruit for the 2015 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, an event of international calibre. From May 30 to June 5, the University of Ottawa campus will be abuzz with over 8000 Congress attendees, who will enjoy a great stay thanks to volunteers who will help them settle into residences, find their way around campus, register for events, and provide catering and audio-visual support. The success of Congress 2015 depends on their invaluable support.
In return, volunteers will be at the centre of the largest interdisciplinary gathering...
Folks, the time has come!
Register today and become one of more than 8000 attendees expected to join the 2015 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, taking place May 30 to June 5, 2015 on the beautiful and bilingual campus of the University of Ottawa, in the heart of the nation’s capital.
Register by March 31 to benefit from early bird Congress rates, cheaper flights and more hotel options. With the return of warm weather in May and June, Ottawa will be bustling with festivals and tourists, here to enjoy Canada's lovely capital. Numerous events and conferences will be taking place simultaneously in this vibrant city.