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Take a step back in time when award winning Country music star George Canyon performs at the Capitol Centre. George Canyon and his band perform all classic, country music favourites from his upcoming Classics II album! Staged with songs & stories, you will step back in time to those 'good old-time radio show' days, like the Grand Ole Opry
Canadian performance artist Jess Dobkin presents her recent work, with a focus on affect and abjection as they relate to her creative practice.
Please join us for an informal talk by Dr. Gary Bruce:
"Exhibiting Animals, Displaying Society: The Berlin Zoo in German History"
“Loose Lips Sink Schools - The Threat of Teacher Talk to Democracy”
DR. KRISTINA LLEWELLYN, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, RENISON UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30TH, 2012 | 12:00 – 1:00 P.M. | DUNKER FAMILY LOUNGE
Featuring Nat Leung, concerto competition winner playing Rachmaninoff's 2nd Piano Concerto. Also on the program: Haydn's Symphony No. 99 and Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture.
Tickets are free and can be reserved by calling the Theatre Box Office in Hagey Hall, (519) 888-4908.
Come celebrate the book launch of the North American Mennonite history, the fifth and final volume in the Global Mennonite History Series sponsored by Mennonite World Conference. Seeking Places of Peace by Royden Loewen and Steven M. Nolt, has been overseen by historians John A.Lapp and C. Arnold Snyder. Snyder will provide a short overview of theproject and copies will be available. Contact 519-885-0220 x 24217 formore information.
2012-2013 History Speaker Series presents:
Dr. Greg Donaghy, Senior historian Department of Foreign Affairs and
International Trade will speak on:
"RED CHINA BLUES: Paul Martin, Canadian Foreign Policy, and the China
Thursday November 29th, 2012 @ Hagey Hall Room 117 (MacKirdy reading
room) from 3:30-5pm
On Thursday November 29th 2012, Professor Giovanni Fanchini in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and Chemistry at the University of Western Ontario will deliver a lecture titled "How to make puzzles with graphene platelets: transparent and conducting graphene thin films and graphene-RNA nanocomposites"
Are you ready to unleash your full potential to be successful at work? Learn how to seize every opportunity and turn your work, volunteer, or internship experience into a real experience -establishing strong work connections and networks for on the job, off the job, and after the job is over! Discuss responsibility, motivation, ethical dilemmas, first impressions, organization, reputations, and initiative in your daily life and in the workplace.
Gain an overview of how to use social media to conduct employer/industry research and build connections. Discuss effective social media branding tips and netiquette on popular platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
Part of the Reading Series at St Jeromes -- our theme for this year, Metaphoriment, where science meets literature, where metaphor meets experiment. All readings are free and open to the public, supported by the Canada Council for the Arts. Christopher Dewdney is the author of four books of non-fiction as well as eleven books of poetry, and a four-time nominee for the Governor General's Award. His most recent non-fiction title is Soul of The World; Unlocking the Secrets of Time.
The UW Concert Band Club is holding their final concert and would love you, your friends and family to come! The concert will feature our concert band, flute quintet, sax duo and brass ensemble playing a wide variety of songs including As A Wind from the North (Robert Sheldon), Beach Boys Forever, and many other great pieces.
Admission is free! See you in the SLC Great Hall!
The current job market requires an assertive approach to finding work. Increase your chances of success by practising key communication strategies. NOTE: There is a prerequisite for this workshop. Please see chart for details at https://uwaterloo.ca/career-action/workshop-prerequisite-chart.
St. Jerome's University's Guidance Counsellor Appreciation Luncheon Tuesday, November 27, 2012 Sr. Leon White Room, Sweeney Hall
Arrival and Optional Tours - 11:00 am
Welcome & Buffet Lunch - 11:30-12:30 pm
Panel Discussion - 12:30-1:00 pm
"SJU: Developing problem solving skills, one session at a time"
Greening Your Small Business. Let¹s create a ³Green 4 Business Workbook Improve your bottom line & Reduce your footprint
This is a part of the YWCA of Muskoka's Entrprising Women Strategies 4
Success workshops aimed at achieving success as an entrepreneur.
All Strategies 4 Success workshops are $25.00/YWCA members -
$35.00/non-members. Networking luncheon included.
Networking luncheon included
Register on-line or call (705) 645-9827.
Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem.
Gerard Yun, director
Sakura Japanese Language School Open House
Open House and Information Session for Prospective Students and Parents
This year, Sakura Japanese Language School is open to children ages four to seven. Next year, we are planning to launch an additional class for older students. Please come and see our resource rich child-friendly environment!
Join the masters students as they talk about the roads leading up to the MDEI program and on creating a path for the future.
Open house to follow.
Speaker: Paul Simard Smith (University of Waterloo)
Title of Talk: Logic in Context
On Friday, November 23rd, 2012, Professor Mervyn Miles, Director of Nanoscience and Quantum Information Centre at the University of Bristol, will deliver a lecture titled "Touching and Feeling the Nano World".
This lecture is free and open to the public and reception to follow in the Atrium.
Speaker: Barbara Riley, Propel Centre for Population Health Impact
Will Africa's resource scramble lead to development or disaster?
Dr. Paul Collier, University of Oxford
Thursday, November 22, 2012 (8 p.m.)
Humanities Theatre, Hagey Hall
Student Colloquium: a discussion of governance and development.
Friday, November 23, 2012 (10 a.m.)
Room: HH 373
Arriscraft Lecture Series – ARCHITECTURE OUTSIDE THE LINES – investigates the edge of professional architecture, where architects, clients, planners, and other participants in the building world talk about particular aspects of their work outside of the conventional boundaries of the architectural profession. In considering this work, by some of the remarkable individuals engaged in new forms of architecture and new forms of architectural enterprise – all in the Greater Toronto Area – the series mounts a constructive critique of the detached, professional model of architectural practice. It is intent on seeing what might happen next – in building, in engineering, in development, and in design.
For Co-op Students - Statistics, Science, Pharmacy, Mathematics,
Environmental Studies, Engineering, Economics, Business, Arts, Applied
Health Science, Actuarial Science, Accounting
RSVP: Natalie Goldring, Recruiting Coordinator
Natalie.Goldring@investorsgroup.com or 416-783-7447 Ext. 291
For Co-op and Graduating Students - Mathematics, Actuarial Science