Improve your performance in an academic job interview by practicing in a small group setting.
On Thursday, November 1st, 2012, Professor Steven Holdcroft of Simon Fraser University will deliver a lecture titled “Sleeping Policemen on the Hydrogen Highway: Addressing Challenges in PEM Fuel Cell Technology through Basic Research”.
This lecture is free and open to the public!
Two-session workshop: attend the first session to learn about your personality type and preferences for learning and decision making. In the second session, discover how to apply your MBTI type to explore potential careers. NOTE: There is a materials charge of $10.00 payable at the Centre for Career Action prior to the session. Once you have registered and paid, you will be given information on how to complete the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) online. The online test must be completed at least 2 business days prior to the workshop.
Finance is an area rich with career options. Hear from professionals about a range of financial services careers and the skills needed for success. Please note that panelists will not address how to obtain jobs, but will discuss career options you might choose from. Panelists
include: Investment Technology Group (ITG), Manulife Financial and Scotiabank.
The Canadian Obesity Network - Student and New Professional, University of Waterloo Chapter welcomes graduate students and faculty on November 1 at 5:00 pm for the inaugural launch of CON-SNP Waterloo. Hear form New Professionals in the field of obesity research, meet your 2012-2013 executive members and find out about monthly journal clubs, attendance at national conferences and opportunities to be involved in community outreach initiatives. Afterwards, mix and mingle with fellow researchers, enjoy free food and sign up for the CON-SNP monthly newsletter.
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.