PROJECT SANDBOX: Socializing - Innovating - Collaborating
Student Mental Health Training Program
To Sat, Nov 24, 2018
Listen to new and exciting research projects of our students in downtown Penny Bldg.
Offered by Arches Lethbridge to:
University of Lethbridge faculty, staff and students.
November 21, 2018 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Location: University Hall Room D610
Department of Sociology Colloquium Series
Dept of Chem & Bchm Guest Speaker - Dr. Emre Brookes
Dept of Chem & Bchm Guest Speaker - Dr. Alexey Savelyev
Will you be writing a lot of research papers or a thesis this term? Do you struggle with proper citation of your reference sources or organizing your research files?
This training is beneficial to students, staff and faculty in the University of Lethbridge community who are interested in increasing their skills and confidence to address issues related to sexual violence.
Through performative, research-based, and community embedded practices, Alana Bartol's site-responsive works propose walking and divination as ways of understanding across places, species, and bodies.
Architecture & Design NOW: Kevin MacLeanI have an old, old...6 pm, November 19, 2018Room L1060, LINC buildingFree admission, everyone welcome
Their newest program Romanza - Music of Spain and South America showcases the rich history of the guitar and the brilliant voice of the flute in an exciting chamber music setting.