Got a passion for science education and outreach? SEXposium is recruiting student volunteers to help make this year’s meeting a success. Volunteers must be current graduate or undergraduate students. Students providing 4+ hours of their time will receive FREE SEXposium 2017 admission and discounted access to ROM Friday Night Live. Space is limited and sign-up closes May 20th, 2017. Apply online at www.SEXposium.ca/volunteer
The Research Training Centre (RTC) is hosting its 2nd Annual Innovative Perspectives in Neuroscience Conference at the Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest. This conference will provide attendees (researchers, clinicians, staff, and trainees across all disciplines and all levels from undergraduate to post-doctoral fellow) with the opportunity to gain hands-on, practical, and interactive experience with not-for-profit and industry leaders as well as explore exciting careers in neuroscience. The itinerary for the day includes guest presentations, a networking lunch, and a case competition.
On Tuesday, April 11th from 1-2PM at the Sandbox (3rd floor of the SLC), we will be hosting the final RBC Lunch and Learn: The Epidemic of Anxiety. During this session, CEO and Co-Founder of Tranqool, Chakemeh Shafi will discuss why anxiety levels reported by current university students are much higher than psychiatric patients in the same age group in the 1950’s. Tranqool is a video therapy service which allows you to speak with a licensed therapist from the comfort of your home.
Join us for a Canadian Themed Trivia Night – in Recognition of Canada’s 150th – Free Dinner and Prizes. Who won the 1993 MLB World Series? What’s the busiest intersection in Canada? Come through and bring your friends on Thursday April 6th, 2017 for the Student Life Programs Trivia Night in the POD-60 Lounge (Lower ground floor of the Podium Building, one floor below the Hub Cafe and Service Hub)!
As the semester comes to a close, the class of SSH 502 and Olivia Chow would like to formally invite you to enjoy an evening of viewing the course materials through project presentations of students who have worked hard all semester on their own leadership projects.