The Peer Wellness Team and Pet Save invite you to de-stress before exams in the company of some cute, cuddly and furry friends.
When: Friday, March 24, noon – 3 p.m.
Where: Room A-113, Arts Building, 1st floor
View the poster for the Puppy Room (JPG)
Nuit Blanche at the McEwen School of Architecture
Are you ready to experience the magic of Nuit Blanche after a three-year hiatus? McEwen School of Architecture (MSoA) students have curated a night devoted to celebrating unity, culture and pride.
On Saturday, March 25th, starting at 7:00 p.m., the MSoA will transform into an experience with an abundance of colour through art installations from talented students, staff, and community members. All are welcome to celebrate the growth of the Sudbury arts community.
View the poster for Nuit Blanche (PDF)
View the Nuit Blanche event schedule (PDF)
Join the Peer Wellness Team for a special presentation by Matthieu Bonin
Matthieu, mental health advocate, public speaker, and Laurentian alumnus, will share his story of swimming 154 km around Manitoulin Island, and his lived experience with mental health challenges.
Complimentary pizza will be served.
When: March 30, noon – 1 p.m. (English presentation) and 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. (French presentation)
Where: Parker Atrium or online
View the poster for the presentation by Matthieu Bonin (PDF)
30th “Journée des sciences et savoirs (JSS30)”
The 30th edition of ACFAS-Sudbury’s “Journée des sciences et savoirs (JSS)” will take place on March 31, starting at 8:30 a.m. (EST), in a hybrid format. This day is dedicated to promoting research in French, and is open to anyone interested in research. There is no charge, and something special will be revealed at the end of the day!
This year, the JSS offers two events. On the one hand, there will be individual communications where 17 passionate people will present their research in 15 minutes. You are welcome to attend one, several or all of the presentations. Who knows, maybe the presenters (graduate students, researchers and professors) will pique your curiosity!
On the other hand, there will be a research contest, hosted by Éric Robitaille from Radio-Canada, allowing you to attend the presentations of nine graduate students within the framework of the “Ma thèse en 180 secondes” competition. Presenting a thesis is already an achievement; presenting it in 180 seconds is quite a challenge!
For the schedule and Zoom link, go to www.acfas-sudbury.com/horaire.
Want to attend in person? Make your way to the Executive Learning Center on the 3rd floor of the Fraser Building, on the Laurentian campus (FA-386).
Do not hesitate to contact ACFAS if you have any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please note that because this is a French event, the poster and schedule are only available in French.
View the poster for the “Journée des sciences et savoirs” (PDF)
View the event schedule for the “Journée des sciences et savoirs” (PDF)
M.Sc. in Biology Seminars (BIOL 5056)
On April 4th, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the M.Sc. in Biology program is pleased to invite the Laurentian community to attend presentations by Biology graduate students about their new research projects.
Presentations will take place in the Executive Learning Centre (FA-386).
If you have any questions, please reach out to Dr. Peter Ryser at email@example.com.