Dr. Bill Shipley, Department of Biology, University of Sherbrooke, will be presenting a seminar entitled From plant traits to vegetation structure: Chance and selection in the assembly of plant communities. All welcome to this free seminar.
Since 1908, the Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society has been regularly holding talks on a wide range of topics on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the Thunder Bay Museum (425 Donald Street East) from September to April.
The 2013-14 Lecture series is being sponsored by the Department of History and will also form part of its 2013-14 Speaker Series.
On 22 October Charlie Brown will be presenting on "Brill Buses of Thunder Bay."
The Department of Philosophy and The Dean of Social Sciences and Humanities with support of the Departments of English and Sociology present Mark Kingwell (University of Toronto) as guest speaker for The Morris Lecture 2013-2014 event on Thursday, October 3, 2013. His talk We Shall Look Into It Tomorrow: On the Art of Procrastination is admission free and open to the public.
Social media tools like Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest are changing the way students and faculty members communicate, share ideas and build networks.
This webcast will showcase unique uses of social media in student learning, including ways to use social media to create experiential learning activities, improve student engagement that extends outside of the classroom, and develop community and professional networks. This webcast is open to both faculty and graduate students.
To register for this event or for further information, visit the Instructional Development Centre's website.