2011 Events

IBM Centennial Lecture Series – II

Name: The technological innovation that has shaped IBM for the past 100 years Date & Time: Tuesday, November 1, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Location: Room 1005, Forest Sciences Centre, 2424 Main Mall Description: As part of its Centennial Celebration, IBM is partnering with leading universities around the globe to engage the young leaders who will shape the 21st […]

IBM Centennial Lecture Series

Name: How does a business or individual evolve with technology to achieve success? Date & Time: Wednesday, November 2, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Location: Thea’s Lounge, Graduate Student Centre, 6371 Crescent Road Description: As part of its Centennial Celebration, IBM is partnering with leading universities around the globe to engage the young leaders who will shape […]

Psychology Faculty/Student Social

Name: Psychology Faculty and Student Social Date & Time: Wednesday, November 2, 5:00PM – 6:30PM Location: Suedfeld Lounge in Kenny Hall (2nd floor by main reception) Description: Come by to enjoy tasty snacks with members of the Department of Psychology. Faculty members and graduate students will be present to talk with you and help you […]

Orchard Garden Celebration of Learning

Orchard Garden Celebration of Learning

From 12:30pm – 2:00pm we will host a fall workshop on teaching with fall crops: pumpkins, squash, and kale. Join us to learn how to put your garden to bed and use the fall produce to enhance teaching and learning. Our workshops include hands on learning, resources, and delicious experiences.
From 2:00pm – 5:00pm we will be hosting a networking event with food prepared from garden grown produce, as well as tours of the garden, live music, and entertainment.

Educational Innovation & Research: Explore virtual learning environments and excellence in educational research

Dr. Stephen Chapman will explore innovative virtual learning environments developed at Keele University and discuss its impact on student learning. Dr. Kevin Eva, who is also the Editor-in-Chief for the leading international Medical Education journal, will engage the Faculty in discussion around the issues and challenges of implementing good educational research. The seminar session will be followed by a Poster Session, where attendees will have an opportunity to view the Faculty’s educational research posters and engage with faculty members involved in educational research projects.

Faculty of Education Mathematics and Science Fair

Faculty of Education Mathematics and Science Fair

Math and Science Fair: Interactive experiments and games will encourage students to see and use the math and science of everyday life. There will be a number of stations appropriate for different grade groups, K-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12. Students and their parents can participate in the hands-on activities and move freely from one to another.

From There to Here: Stories of Growth in Community

A presentation/forum in which students share their thoughts on topics relating to the role of community in education.

The Evolution of Learning Space

PowerPoint presentation detailing the evolution of learning spaces, to be shown using digital signage in buildings across campus.

Allies in Health: 3rd Annual Community and Patient Fair for Health Professional Education

Allies in Health: 3rd Annual Community and Patient Fair for Health Professional Education

Health professional students can meet and chat with over 30 community and patient organizations – learn about future patients and the resources available to them. Gain understanding of the patient experience from our expert Patient Panelists. Come visit for free coffee and snacks and points in your Interprofessional Education Passport!

Celebrating Psychology: A blog by students

Psychology is a fascinating discipline that spans a variety of topic areas. We draw thousands of students to our courses each year. We are building a website as an opportunity for each of our students to celebrate the most interesting ideas they have learned from taking psychology courses.