The Office of Alumni Affairs invites you to an exclusive alumni networking event at the Courtyard Restaurant in Ottawa.
Do you dread “small talk” or opening conversations with false compliments? Register for the FREE Networking Warm-up where participants will come away with concrete ideas for starting and closing conversations, as well as an approach to networking that relies on being genuine and helpful.
COAT and JACKET Sale
Student Life Centre Multi-purpose room
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
11:00 - 3:00
Cash only - All proceeds to United Way
Coat and jacket sale on Tuesday November 6 from 11:00 - 3:00 come out to the Student Life Centre - Multi Purpose Room. CASH ONLY. All proceeds to the United Way.
If you have winter coats and jackets in good, clean condition that you would like to donate call 519-888-4567 Sue (E5) at ext. 38032, Lori (EV1) at ext. 36574 or Bonnie (HH) at ext. 35618 for pick-up.
Donations will be excepted until November 2nd.
Items not sold are donated to a charity clothing drive.
Interested in a career in academia or research? This workshop will show you how to prepare an effective curriculum vitae and cover letter.
The Water Institute is pleased to have Dr. John B. Czarnecki, U.S. Geological Survey, deliver a seminar titled: "Assessing groundwater sustainable yield in Arkansas."
On Tuesday, November 6th, 2012, Professor Alireza Nojeh of the University of British Columbia will deliver a lecture titled Sleeping Carbon Nanotubes, Photons and Electrons: Still Full of Surprises After Two Decades of Research
Abstract: We all know that humans are part of the so-called Environment, but the collapse of human-dominated ecosystems in not so distant and recent times suggests that we don't have a good understanding of human-environment systems. What are some of the belief and values that humans introduce into their interactions with ecosystems and how do these in turn affect sustainability? I will address these questions and give an example of an approach to coupling human-environment systems from our recent work on mathematical modeling of human influence on forest-grassland mosaic dynamics.
Please join us for a presentation by our guests from York University Library of the Portuguese Canadian History Project: Preserving the Collective Memory of Immigrants in Canada, Democratizing Access to Historical Knowledge.
Part of the History Speaker Series 2012 - 2013
Please join us for a guest presentation from York University of the Portuguese Canadian History Project: Preserving the Collective Memory of Immigrants in Canada, Democratizing Access to Historical Knowledge.
Part of the History Speaker Series 2012/13.
Increase the odds of getting what you want when negotiating salary and other details related to the job offer. NOTE: This workshop is geared towards graduating students.