Come out and hear the history of pre-Orillia up to and including the $307 million settlement with Councillor Jeff Monague from the Beausoleil First Nation.
The Department of History and the Thunder Bay Branch of the Canadian International Council are pleased to host Thomas Hanson, former career American Foreign Service Officer, who will speak on "The Travails of U.S. Foreign Policy: In Search of a 'Grand Strategy' at a Time of Global and Domestic Instability."
Speakers Bio: Thomas Hanson is a former career Foreign Service Officer. While with the U.S. Department of State his foreign postings included East Germany, France, Norway, the Soviet Union, Sweden, and Georgia. He also assisted in opening new embassies in Mongolia and Estonia. Mr. Hanson has also worked on the Foreign Relations Committees of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Most recently, he was Director for NATO and European Affairs at the Atlantic Council of the United States in Washington, D.C. Currently he serves as a lecturer/consultant for the Great Decisions program at the Minnesota International Center and works with the Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights (U.S. Foundation). He is also Diplomat in Residence at the Alworth Institute for International Studies at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
Welcome to the LEDCOR Employer Information Session! LEDCOR representatives will be on campus to present information about Co-op, Summer and New Graduate Opportunities within their company. Targeted programs include Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. All students and all year levels are welcome. Dinner will be served. BRING YOUR RESUME!
LEDCOR representatives will be conducting on campus interviews on Friday, October 18th. Check for job postings on the Lakehead University Job Bank at https://mysuccess.lakeheadu.ca and the company website at http://www.ledcor.com/careers
Lumina Concert featuring guitarist Fabio Federico playing classical music.
The Lakehead University Student Union's Gender Issues Centre presents
Take Back the Night, a march to raise awareness about violence against
Participants can arrive at 6 pm to listen to guest speakers, view
special displays, and take part in arts and other activities. The
march by women-identified people will begin promptly at 6:20 pm. The
commencement of the White Ribbon Campaign for male allies will be part
of the evening.
Featured spoken word poet, Holly Painter will perform. Everyone is
welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served.