The Institute has three categories of institutional membership. Each confers certain benefits on the member institution as well as on the institution’s faculty and students. In particular, the highest category of membership - Category A - permits the institution to play a role in shaping CIG’s future direction, goals and policy, through its representative on the Institute’s Board of Directors.
At present a total of sixteen educational institutions across Canada are members of the Canadian Institute in Greece.
Institutional Members of CIG
|University of Alberta||Department of History and Classics|
|University of British Columbia||Department of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies|
|Brock University||Department of Classics|
|University of Calgary||Department of Greek and Roman Studies|
|University of Manitoba||Department of Classics|
|McMaster University||Department of Classics|
|University of Montreal||Centre for Classical Studies|
|University of New Brunswick||Department of Classics and Ancient History and Centre for Hellenic Studies|
|University of Ottawa||Department of Classics and Religious Studies|
|University of Toronto||Department of Classics and Department of Art History|
|University of Victoria||Department of Greek and Roman Studies|
|University of Waterloo||Department of Classical Studies and Department of Anthropology|
|Wilfrid Laurier University||Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies|
|Classical Association of Canada||http://cac-scec.ca|
|John Abbott College||Department of History and Classics|
|Langara College||Department of History|
|McGill University||Department of History and Classical Studies|
|Simon Fraser University||Faculty of Environment|
For further information on Institutional Memberships, please contact CIG’s President, Dr Gerald Schaus.