Write together. Connect to our grad writing community to stay focused and motivated!
Tuesdays & Fridays 9 am – 12 pm, SCH 228F
Writing regularly helps with productivity and motivation. The Writing Centre is offering weekly group writing sessions for grad students. These loosely-structured events are designed to help grad students connect to a larger writing community, to stay focused, and to keep making writing progress.
We are currently facing a number of social, political, environmental, and health challenges. How do advances addressing these areas (in research or technology) affect the way we live and work? How and when should ethical implications be considered while navigating these challenges?
Are you speaking the same language? Language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are important for communicating with others, but effective communication requires more than just speaking the same language, it requires a fifth skill – cultural understanding.
PhD Candidate, Public Health and Health Systems
Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
Marcela explores gameful design methods and strategies to improve food literacy among students.
Rina R. Wehbe
PhD Candidate, Computer Science
Faculty of Mathematics
Rina examines the effects of gamification and Games4Change on behaviour and motivation