Sherbrooke, University of

Sherbrooke, University of,

at Sherbrooke, Que., Canada; French language; founded 1954. It has faculties of letters and human sciences, science, administration, law, applied science, medicine, education, physical education, and theology.
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A recent colloquium of graduate students and mentors held at the University of Toronto, part of the Health Law, Ethics and Policy Training Program supported by the CIHR and based at four universities with a focus on health law (Dalhousie University, Universite de Sherbrooke, University of Alberta and University of Toronto), evidenced the diversity of the field and the burgeoning scholarship and expansive capacity in Canada.
It is hosted by University of British Columbia, University of Calgary, University of Waterloo, Carleton University, Universite de Sherbrooke, University of New Brunswick and Acadia University.