University of Waterloo Art Gallery exhibit features large-scale paintings by Canadian artist Matthew Carver reflecting his observations about increasingly militarized police presence at public gatherings and protests around the world.
Gallery One, ECH 1239, 519-888-4567 ext. 36741, uwag.uwaterloo.ca
University of Waterloo Art Gallery photography and video exhibit recording aspects of daily life in modern Russia.
Gallery Two, ECH 1239, 519-888-4567 ext. 36741, uwag.uwaterloo.ca
Macbeth is Shakespeare's shortest play and most popular tragedy. Shakespeare's approach to a swifter kind of action should leave the audience no time to think. Its intensity is most vividly realized in the play's language and through its repeated words and images. Shakespeare is writing about corrupted power, violence, and the relationship between the dark and light forces. He evokes this through one of his greatest creations - the character of Macbeth - a difficult but willing commitment to darkness.
You're invited to the Spirituality and Aging Lecture with Dr. Susan & Rev. John McFadden as they speak on Spirituality, Friendship, and Community in Late Life. For more information and to register visit www.grebel.ca/sa or email@example.com or 519-885-0220 x24264. $50 registration (Reduced fee for seniors, students and underemployed individuals.)
Waterloo International is holding a contest to test your knowledge and geography skills. Waterloo International will name a place and contestants will have to guess where it. The winner will receive a $150 Retail Services gift certificate. This event is open to students, staff and faculty. This event is part of International Education Week.
Whether you're a novice or experienced TA, this session is a great opportunity to learn from your peers at Waterloo. As part of this session, several international TAs will showcase their teaching skills by teaching a basic concept from their disciplines as they would teach it to undergraduates. Live teaching showcase will be followed by a discussion and exchange of ideas about teaching as an international TA.
China with its 5,000-year history, the oldest, most populous nation on earth has become one of the extraordinary countries in the world. Exploring where tradition meets modernity, civilization meets futuristic landscape, you will follow us to experience the fascinating history and culture as well as the impressed contemporary life of this extraordinary country. This event is part of International Education Week.
Speaker: Ginny Dybenko
Digital Media has already had a significant impact on the way the world
operates socially, commercially and politically. But it is only the
beginning. Come prepared to engage in an active dialogue regarding
likely outcomes, global impacts and what skills you might need to
achieve your personal goals in future.
Ginny Dybenko is the Executive Director of the new University of
Waterloo Stratford Campus. Before that she was the Dean of the Wilfrid