Renison Professor Douglas E. Cowan will celebrate the launch of his new book, Sacred Space: The Quest for Transcendence in Science Fiction Film and Television.
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Renison Professor Douglas E. Cowan Launches New Book, “Sacred Space”
Third program in the new series "PEAR: Peer Education at Renison". See details at http://www.renison.uwaterloo.ca/media/flyer-PEAR.png. Registration is required. There is a $10 fee; refreshments will be provided. Register early to reserve your place. For more information or to register, please contact: PEARinformation@gmail.com, 519-885-1386.
A variety of traditional songs, performed in a range of styles, by guest artists and the new East-West music ensemble. Stories from local residents are woven with songs to form a unique concert experience. Open to all. Parking--$4.00 (coins only). For more information call: 519-884-4404 ext. 28605 or ext. 28657.
Second program in the new series "PEAR: Peer Education at Renison". See details at http://www.renison.uwaterloo.ca/media/flyer-PEAR.png. Registration is required. There is a $10 fee; refreshments will be provided. Register early to reserve your place. For more information or to register, please contact: PEARinformation@gmail.com, 519-885-1386.
12:00 p.m. -- Piper will lead academic procession from University of Waterloo Physical Activities Complex to Renison; photos of graduates and faculty in Chapel.
12:15 p.m. -- Buffet luncheon at Renison.
1:15 p.m. -- Academic procession assembles for Renison ceremony; presentation of Renison certificates and awards.
First program in the new series "PEAR: Peer Education at Renison". See details on the event flyer. Registration is required. There is a $10 fee; refreshments will be provided. Register early to reserve your place. For more information or to register, please contact: PEARinformation@gmail.com, 519-885-1386.
Sponsored by by Confucius Institute at the University of Waterloo and Renison University College.
Conference Program: Homeland, History, and Representation
Accessible 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. More information about the display.
Thinking about doing a Bachelor of Social Work Degree? Attend the admission information session.....
This session will cover:
- Admission requirements
- Admission process
- BSW academic and field education program.
A free lecture. Sponsored by Confucius Institute and East Asian Studies, Renison University College.
The 16th annual East Asian Festival - Family & Culture Day is a celebration of the colourful and exotic cultures of China, Japan, and Korea. The Festival features art, music, food, and performances from the local community as well as professional entertainment. Visit interactive display booths, join in to win raffle prizes, and bring in canned goods to donate to the Food Bank of Waterloo Region. This event raises funds for the growth and promotion of the East Asian Studies program.
An event where new students come and get connected to Renison University College. Information sessions and group activities start at 9:30 am. Please confirm your attendance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An event where incoming students can see the campus, residences, and faculties, and begin getting all their materials for the 2010-2011 school year!
An audiovisual presentation, narrated by Dr. Pispati, exploring the history of medicine from the first stethoscope to the emerging field of nanotechnology.
Renison University College presents: Romance of Medicine
A visual, witty story of medical glory...
the first stethoscope
the first microscope
the first Aspirin
"Challenges in Providing Social Support to Low Self-Esteem Individuals".
Challenges in Providing Social Support to Low SelfEsteem Individuals
DR. DENISE MARIGOLD | RENISON UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
WEDNESDAY JUNE 16TH 2010 | NOON – 1:00 P.M. | CHAPEL LOUNGE
A celebration for the grand opening of Renison's East Meets West Garden. Featuring a combination of North American and East Asian plant species, this garden represents Renison's unique diverse cultural identity.
By invitation only.
Brown bag lunch "In Conversation with....."
Open study circle "The Charity Model and Our International Relationships"
"Thursday's Child: Recreational Supports for Canada's Children in Single Parent Families on Welfare". From research to evidence-based practice.
Thursday’s Child: Recreational Supports for Canada’s Children in Single Parent Families on Welfare.
From Research to EvidenceBased Practice
DR. TRACY PERESSINI | RENISON UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
Reception for recipients of students scholarships and awards.
Film Screening of The Traveling Guru
Renison Professor Darrol Bryant leads 15 students into an immersion encounter with India’s ancient sacred cultures.
This event is for applicants and admitted students to University of Waterloo and Renison's programs.
Learn more about Faculty of Arts academic programs: Social Development Studies, Honours Arts, and Honours Arts and Business. Tour the facilities including residence rooms, lounges, and common areas available to students in all of University of Waterloo's six faculties. Find out what services and resources are availble on-site.