On September 21, we will celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement. We invite you to join us in remembering the impacts from the past five years, reconnecting with individuals and organizations that have collectively shaped our work, and re-imagining what it means to advance peace in Waterloo region beyond.
Please let us know you'll be attending by registering below.
A team of 5 members - models & directors will pick clothing from the Goodwill centre and discuss concept ideas for the main event.
In order to receive that job offer, you must prove your skills in the interview. Here is your opportunity to practice and improve.
Bring your lunch and your thoughts, and join our complexity discussion!
Through models of mentorship and faciliation we are looking to continue our emergent conversation(s) utilizing the framework of systems and complexity thinking, as we work to create a commond language and shared experience of community - the purpose of which is the very process itself.
Every other Monday in DC 1302 from 12-1:30 p.m.
Facilitated by previous tri-agency award recipients, this workshop addresses how to plan and write the critical research proposal portions of your SSHRC, NSERC, or CIHR application. Discuss the key components of research proposals. Learn how to communicate your research plan and your credentials with confidence and clarity. The workshop component will last for approximately two hours, but facilitators will remain for the final thirty minutes to answer specific questions and give brief feedback.
Curious about the myths and facts surrounding startups?
The best scientific writing is clear, concise and easily comprehended by its intended audience. Learn skills for writing in the sciences, including identifying and correcting common errors to write with precision and fluidity. We will work through several examples to apply the skills you learn in the workshop.
Register for the workshop through GoSignMeUp.
Explore the ways that words and phrases fit together. Build simple and complex sentences. Learn how to spot your own mistakes. Make your writing flow.
This four-part summer series welcomes undergraduate and graduate students at all levels of experience to explore the mechanics of English, experiment with how its pieces fit together, and practice proofreading and editing.