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The purpose of this week is to appreciate our Nursing students and promote Nursing by offering different activities and opportunities to enjoy.
This presentation seeks to amplify the voices from the community from La Puya (Guatemala) and focuses on individual and collective experiences of violence used against defenders of human, Indigenous and human rights.
Learn how to schedule adequate time for studying for each of your final exams - no matter how many you might have! You will leave this workshop with a study schedule draft. Although this workshop is only one hour long, you are welcome to remain with the professional advisor for an extra half-hour after the workshop for personalized help while creating your schedule.
World Link workshop #4 presented by Stephanie Simpson, Director, Human Rights Office; will provide overview of issues related to race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and disability difference and how these might impact student experience(s).
Swing by the ILC atrium between 6 - 9 pm to learn from students about each discipline and what they have to offer! Beverages and snacks will be provided courtesy of the Tea Room.
Do you dream of owning your own home? We partner with working, low-income families living in KFLA to help them build and buy their own decent, affordable home through our unique affordable homeownership solution. Our goal is to give a hand up to at least three families every year as part of our 2020 Board Vision and we are looking for Habitat homeowners to partner with this upcoming year. Join our information session Tuesday November 21 at 7pm at the…
Filled with jokes, entrepreneurial spirit, and plenty of DIY knowledge this jovial and seemingly random story has a purposeful mission to make our cities better places to live. Why doesn’t every student have goats or chickens? Why are our houses so big? Why do we drive cars so much? Why don’t we talk more to strangers? Why is wood so poorly understood as a modern material? Keen on challenging the status quo, David is always looking to inspire each of…
Learn how to schedule adequate time for studying for each of your final exams - no matter how many you might have! Work with a professional advisor for help personalize and create your own exam study schedule.
Join us online for a webinar on the Queen’s Consecutive Education program for 2018-19, hosted by Student Services.
Interested in learning about doing a Master's at the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science?
Test your obscure pop culture knowledge every Wednesday night at The Brooklyn! Grab your teams of up to 6 people, and come early - doors open at 8pm, trivia starts at 9pm - to make sure you get a spot!
During this workshop you will learn about key components and strategies that make the most difference when writing a cover letter.
Does writing a good cover letter mystify you or fill you with dread? This workshop is for you!
Come join us for a brief presentation and Q&A to find out more information and discuss teaching in England! We want to answer your questions and tell you about the opportunities in more detail.
Learn how to handle “Tell Me About Yourself”, typical behavioural questions (e.g., about teamwork experience), off-the-wall questions, and questions for you to ask. Come prepared to practice – walk away feeling more ready for an interview.
In Interview II, take your interview skills up a level as you pinpoint relevant experiences and competencies, and plan and practice delivering them.