Join Joel Symonds, Manager of Student Conduct and Case Management, and the Student Success Centre in the International Student Lounge (basement of library) to spin the Wheel of Academic Integrity and win a prize!
Veuillez vous joindre à l’École de médecine du Nord de l’Ontario pour une séance de consultation ouverte au public sur son prochain plan stratégique. Votre point de vue est important alors que nous planifions nos priorités pour les prochaines cinq années.
Inscrivez-vous en ligne à http://bit.ly/EMNOplanstrategique
Les membres de la communauté sont aussi invités à répondre à un sondage en ligne à strategicplan.nosm.ca ou à envoyer leurs idées à email@example.com.
As Northern Ontario School of Medicine’s (NOSM) 2015-2020 strategic plan draws to a close, it is time to design a new plan that ensures the School remains accountable to the needs of Northern Ontarians.
Please join NOSM for a public strategic planning session. Your insight is important as we plan our priorities for the next 5 years.
RSVP online at http://bit.ly/NOSMstratplan
Community members are also invited to provide feedback by filling out an online survey at strategicplan.nosm.ca or by emailing your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for a presentation offered by the Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay as part of Alzheimer Awareness month! The event is organized by the Lakehead University Gerontology Club.
The presentation will take place in ATAC 3004, Tuesday, January 28th from 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM.
Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Please click the following link to register for the event as space is limited:
Please join the psychology department for the upcoming Dissertation Proposal Defense:
Student: Christiana Goetz Fidler
Date: January 31
Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Dissertation Title: Stigma Resistance, Self-Compassion, and Competence Among University Students with Mental Health Problems
Supervisor: Dr. Amanda Maranzan
2nd reader: Dr. Mirella Stroink
GSC Chair: Dr. Gordon Hayman
Come have fun with us!
We are planning some fun events where international students can come and socialize with other students.
This is an open event – everyone welcome!
Board Games - Fun & Games
Please join us for a panel discussion about the triumphs, trials and tribulations of feminist interdisciplinary research praxis. Panel
members include faculty and graduate students from Western and Lakehead Universities, working collaboratively on a project titled "Translating Policies into Practices: Tracing the Embodied Affects and Institutional Effects of Ontario's Sexual Violence Policies". The department of Women's Studies is pleased to welcome:
Dr. Rita Gardiner, Assistant Professor, Critical Policy, Equity and Leadership Studies, Faculty of Education, Western University
Hayley Finn, PhD Candidate, Critical Policy, Equity and Leadership Studies, Faculty of Education, Western University
Kasey Egan, MA Candidate, Social Justice Studies with a Specialization in Women's Studies, Lakehead University
Dr. Jen Chisholm, Assistant Professor, Women's Studies, Lakehead University
*This work is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council*
Presented by NeuRIG & Psi Chi
Lecture by: Dr. Mike Moland
The Placebo Effect: Is Expectation Even Necessary?
Research evidence suggests that the placebo effect is responsible for a significant component of the therapeutic outcome of many medications. The expectation of being influenced by a drug is supposedly what underlies the effect. Yet compelling evidence suggests that individuals may derive benefits of placebo interventions even when they are told beforehand that they will be receiving a placebo. This presentation seeks to critically evaluate the latest research evidence highlighting the brain areas and cognitive processes involved in this captivating phenomenon.
The Biology Seminar Series presents:
William Darby (Rainy River Elk Company)
“A Farm Tour of Rainy River Elk Company”
Date: Friday, Jan. 24, 2020
Time: 12 – 1:00PM
Room: ATAC 5036 (Thunder Bay) & OA 3041 (Orillia)
All are welcome. Free public seminar. No registration is required.
Light refreshments will be served.
Come cheer on your Thunderwolves at the Fieldhouse as they take on Laurentian University. Game times at 8!