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PROJECT SANDBOX: Socializing - Innovating - Collaborating
Thinking Globally, Thinking Nationally will be a public panel discussion with a focus on issues including trade, climate change, borders, and refugees/asylum seekers.
Protect yourself and those around you against the flu - get vaccinated!
FLU SHOT CLINICS ON CAMPUS
October 23 - Sports & Rec Building, East side of stairs | 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Dr. Young examines the longer histories and wider geopolitics of contested crossings of the Canada-US border
Ideas around the Divided City concept, inequality and change in Calgary.
Sessions open to all Faculty, Staff and Students.
This cannabis awareness session will include:
1. Recreational cannabis education, prevention and harm reduction.
Dr. Fraser Hof will present "Analyte-Driven Disassembly and Turn-On Fluorescent Sensing in Competitive Biological Media"
Student Mental Health Training Program
The Centre for Oral History & Tradition (COHT) has partnered with the Lethbridge Public Library for the following film screening:
The Pellis Lab features a public presentation & examination of a Master of Science Thesis
Chillin' 4 Charity challenges YOU to brave the cold and raise pledges. All support go towards United Way's Community Fund and programs for people and families in the Lethbridge area.
The Least Prime in the Chebotarev Density Theorem
An information session for students interested in pursuing graduate studies in architecture, planning, landscape architecture, or environmental design.
Women on the Verge was formed in 2016 by American soprano Emily Martin, Canadian soprano Elizabeth McDonald and Canadian pianist Kathryn Tremills.
This collaborative discussion-based workshop introduces students to several scenarios involving instructor-student interactions.