This year Glendon is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary! Click here for the list of events and for more information.
Over the years, Glendon’s trails have inspired poets, nature walkers, history and architecture buffs. In fact, those trails can be considered as a trip through time or even a paradise that can be preserved for the future. The tour will be guided by Nancy Dangler, a retired professor from the Department of Botany, University of Toronto. Register now!
Fifty years ago, Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson and Principal Escott Reid opened Glendon College. Thus, we are honoured to invite you to come and celebrate with us Glendon’s 50th Anniversary. Join us on this remarkable date to enjoy a reception and reunions with Glendon’s Alumni. Register now!
This course in translation project management is designed to provide students with the basic skills and tools to coordinate translation projects from the initial quotation and pre-translation planning stage, to the invoicing and feedback stage. It is an intensive course created to provide an introduction to managing small to multilingual translation projects.
Check out the latest issue of Alumni Matters to learn about alumni events, perks and much more!
Glendon’s most recent issue features exclusive articles on Glendon’s 50th Anniversary events, the celebration of Glendon’s partial designation as a French-language service provider under Ontario’s French Language Services Act, and much more.
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