Free school, camp, club and group tours of the Earth Sciences Museum at the University of Waterloo!
Dinosaurs, a replica mine tunnel and hands on rock, mineral and fossil specimens.
Book your tour by emailing Corina at email@example.com or calling 519-888-4567 x35633
Eight artists who form the Nethermind collective bring their exhibit to the University of Waterloo Art Gallery, ECH 1239
Opening reception Jan. 10, 2013, 5 to 8 p.m.
For more information please contact:
519-888-4567 ext. 36741
Learn to navigate the world of government information! Improve your government documents searching skills and ability to find various formats of government publications. Discover how to access Canadian federal and Ontario provincial government paper and electronic documents.
Devon Elliott, PhD Candidate at Western, has been using emerging digital fabrication and 3D technologies for his dissertation work that explores the history of stage magic, as well as in public history projects. He will introduce and demonstrate some of those technologies, and examine ways in which historians might put those technologies to use in their work.
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Dr. Prema Kurien
Maxwell School of Syracuse University
This talk focuses on the political mobilization of Indian Americans and contributes to understanding the political incorporation of U.S. immigrants by examining how first- and second-generation immigrants mobilize advocacy organizations around ethnic, pan-ethnic, religious, and party-oriented identities. It also reveals how race and religion interact in complex ways to shape the political integration of immigrants.
Nora Gould writes from east central Alberta where she ranches with her family and volunteers in wildlife rehabilitation with the Medicine River Wildlife Centre. She graduated from the University of Guelph in 1984 with a degree in veterinary medicine. Her first book of poetry I See my Love more Clearly from a Distance is published by Brick Books. This event generously supported by Brick Books and St Jerome's. The reading is free and open to the public.
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. It is intent on seeing what might happen next – in building, in engineering, in development, and in design.