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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Do you want to learn Turkish? Join the Turkish class for beginners.
Class starts Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. and takes place every Tuesday. For registration and info, email : email@example.com
Class schedule is subject to change according to students's availability. Class is open to everyone who is interested.
Become a power RefWorks user! If you are already using RefWorks and Write N Cite but you would like to take better advantage of these powerful tools, this workshop is for you. To attend this workshop, you MUST have a RefWorks account with at least 20 records. Bring your own laptop with WNC III installed.
After the dust settled at the end of World War II, hundreds of thousands of refugees - known as displaced persons - remained in Germany, most in the American Occupation Zone. Among them were between 10,000 and 15,000 unaccompanied children - children who had been orphaned or separated from their families by the war. It took the international agencies and various governing authorities some time to recognize their existence.
Lessons from Rio+20 & Introducing the Youth Arctic Council
Speaker: Andrew Wong
Bring your ideas to this engaging talk from Andrew Wong, University of Waterloo student, keynote speaker at TEDxUW in 2012, and the recipient of the 2010 Toyota Earth Day National Award, the 2011 ECO Canada Award and Canada's 2011 Next Green Journalist by Environmental Defence.
Speaker: Robert McCauley, Emory University
Title of Talk: "Why Religion is Natural and Science is Not"
Dr. Gerald Gerbrandt from the Canadian Mennonite University will be this year's Rod and Lorna Sawatsky visiting scholar and will give a public lecture entitled, "Where the Church Thinks: The Role of the Christian Scholar."