IntraEnvironmental Sound Project is a sound mapping and electroacoustic music project exploring soundscapes.
The University Library is proud to once again offer brown bag sessions for the entire University community
Mental Health First Aid for adults who interact with youth is a 14 hour course created by the Mental Health Commission of Canada. In this course we will cover the following information:
Spain, 1966. A high school English teacher drives to Almeria hoping to find his hero, John Lennon, and picks up two runaways on the road. What follows is a subtle, delightful road movie about escape and discovery.
To Thu, Oct 13, 2016
Book launch of "Guerrilla Aesthetics: Art, Memory, and the West German Urban Guerrilla", by Dr. Kimberly Mair, Department of Sociology
The first production of the TheatreXtra 2016-2017 season.
Let Me Eat Cake
Playwright/Creator – Conner Christmas
Performances Sept. 29 - Oct. 1
Echo + Seashell was founded in 2011 by artists Henna Hyvärinen (Finland) and Susan Kooi (Netherlands) when they met at an art-student residency in Germany.
The Department of Philosophy will present Assisted Death in Canada - What Went Wrong with Gary Bauslaugh (Victoria, BC) on Friday, September 30th at 4:00 p.m. in C-640. Everyone is welcome.
Join us in The Zoo for a uniquely amazing performance by Stunt Magician Wes Barker, and local mentalist Jeff Newman.
All Ages Show. Tickets are $5 each. Available at the Students' Union front desk, SU180.
Come learn about the graduate opportunities available through the Faculty of Education.
If you are interested to pursue master’s or doctoral degrees and want to learn more about program offerings, creating a high quality application package and funding opportunities, join us on October 1st, 2016.
The Inclusion Conference provides participants with an opportunity to hear and learn from community, citizen and municipal leaders, community planners and builders, academics and other passionate learners.
Hamiltonian paths in projective checkerboards
To Fri, Nov 25, 2016
Travelling abroad on a University sponsored activity? Please plan to attend a lunch hour session and receive information on pre-trip planning, what to do in the event of an emergency and resources while abroad.
Dr. Kent Peacock (Philosophy Department) will present "The Joys of LaTeX: An Entry Guide for the Potentially Obsessive" on Monday, October 3rd at 2:00 p.m. in C-610. All are welcome.