Tesatawiyat (Come in) is a community photography project led by Bryce Kanbara and photographer Mina Ao, with members of the Aboriginal community in the Hamilton area sharing their stories in their homes.
A group exhibition featuring 16 multidisciplinary artist projects addressing issues of migration, immigration, and identity. Circulated by the Koffler Gallery.
Velocity Fund $25K Applications are open! The Velocity Fund is a non-equity grant program for startups that offers $375,000 each year to startups through its Velocity Fund $25K and Velocity Fund $5K programs.
Three times a year, startups can apply to compete for $25,000 prizes, as well as an extra $10,000 in additional funding awarded to the most innovative hardware startup winner. The top applicants are invited to interview with a panel of Velocity leaders and alumni, and if selected, present their pitches at the Velocity Fund Finals on March 30.
Sponsored by the Equity Office, the Making Spaces program is a framework for creating affirming spaces on campus and fostering interpersonal relationships through education and training on aspects of social identity. UW community members partake in training and a registration process to become Space Makers, ambassadors of equity.
Registration is now open for the UW Hagey Bonspiel.
The event takes place on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the Ayr Curling Club.
You can register online.
Registration Fee $40.00 - Two games of curling, morning and afternoon snacks, sit-down luncheon and prizes.
You can pay by cash or cheque made out to Hagey Funspiel and can be posted to February 24, 2017.
What key elements make a speaker connect with an audience?
The assertion-evidence model is frequently used for academic presentations. In this workshop, we review slide design as well as presentation organization and delivery. Bring a laptop or mobile device so that you can practice applying this useful model to your own work.
Register for the workshop through WCONLINE.