The Graduate Student Group of the Water Institute (SWIGS) presents Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux, Vice-Provost (Aboriginal Initiatives), Lakehead University, to deliver the seminar: How we can "IdleKNOWmore" and change policy in Canada.
Dr. Wesley-Esquimaux will speak to the IdleNoMore movement and how Canadian Youth can KNOW more about what is happening in their country when it comes to Indigenous issues, and how those issues are directly related to their own lives. We all live on planet earth, how can we work together to ensure a sustainable future?
Hear briefly from the Office of Academic Integrity about why you need to reference your sources. Then learn how to manage your references, create bibliographies, and format your papers in a variety of citation styles from a liaison librarian using RefWorks, a web-based citation software freely available to all UWaterloo students, faculty, and staff.
Want to learn more about a being a History major?
Join us for a drop-in pizza party to chat with faculty and other History students. Find out more about career paths in History and why you should become part of our department!
Come out to our monthly pizza party!
Drop in to the Reading Room anytime between 12:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. on the last Wednesday of each month to mingle with professors, meet other History students, and enjoy some free food!
We want to get to know our students and for our students to get to know us. Come early before the pizza is gone!
The People's Network: The Telephone and the Fight for "Net Neutrality" 100 Years Ago
As part of our 2013-2014 History Speaker Series, Professor Robert MacDougall of Western University will discuss his book new book.
Beth Esenbergs, Business Advisor with the Waterloo Region Small Business Centre, will explain best strategies and tips on how to successfully start your own business. Bring your great ideas and questions! This workshop is open only to Masters and PhD students and Post Docs.
Are you interested in becoming a Philosophy major?
Description: Drop by our information session on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 3:30-4:30 p.m. in HH 335.
Lisa Moore is a three-time Giller Prize nominee, for her novels Open, Alligator and Caught. Her novel February was long listed for the Man Booker Prize and won the CBC Canada Reads competition in 2013. Last Fall she received the Writers' Trust Findlay / Engel Prize. She has done animation work, written for television and radio, and has also written art criticism.
This year's Reading Series at St Jerome's is on the theme of Literartistry,
showcasing literature's dance with other artistic media.
All readings are free and open to the public.