The Centre for Extended Learning will be holding 50/50 draw this week with all proceeds going to the United Way Kitchener Waterloo & Area.
Tickets are $2 each, or 3 for $5.
Stop by the lunch/breakroom at CEL or see Valerie in CEL (extension 34935) to buy tickets.
Join the Student Success Office and the Student Technology Team in a discussion about what students would like to see in mobile applications for Waterloo - to enhance the student experience.
Tell us what features you would like to see and share good examples. At this session you will have the opportunity to try out a couple of sample applications.
P.S. You don't need to be a techy to attend. The focus will be on features and user experience rather than app development.
Hope you can join us.
Student Success Office
Mitacs Step teaches you essential skills required to succeed in your future career. Note: Please register at www.mitacs.ca for these workshops by clicking on "seminars & workshops". NOTE: This workshop is open only to Masters and PhD students and Post Docs. NOTE: Please register at www.mitacs.ca by clicking on "seminars & workshops".
The Centre for Extended Learning is hosting a 50/50 Draw in support of the uWaterloo United Way Campaign.
Tickets are only 1 for $2 or 3 for $5. Stop by the Centre for Extended Learning at 335 Gage Street, Kitchener to get your ticket and support this great cause.
The Office of Research will being having a Baked Goods sale fund raiser for the United Way on Thursday, October 25th, from 8:30 to 12:30 on the first floor Needles Hall. A table will be setup just outside the Office of Research front door at the bottom on the stairs.
Faculty and staff will be wearing orange t-shirts to show their support for uWaterloo's Mental Health Wellness Day, Thursday, Oct. 25. The purpose is to show students Waterloo is a caring community where you can talk about mental health concerns and that Waterloo has the resources to help you.
Your graduate studies can lead to many satisfying careers outside academia. Learn how to transfer your skills from an academic to a business or government environment. Plus, discover how to successfully use your network.
On Thursday, October 25th, 2012, Dr. Martin Moskovits, Professor of Chemistry at the University of California, Santa Barbara, will deliver a lecture titled Putting Plasmons to Work: Electronic and Solar Conversion Opportunities.
This lecture is free and open to the public!
Speaker: Mark B. Brown, California State University, Sacramento Talk: "Who Speaks for the Global Climate? Institutional Pluralism and Democratic Representation".
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. Shane Neilson is a doctor and a poet in Guelph, Ontario. Complete Physical was nominated for the Trillium Poetry Award in 2011, and his latest book is Gunmetal Blue: A Memoir.