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More from Faculty of Science events

Online - Rise and Write in the Morning (January 19 - April 13, 2021)

13 Apr 2021 09:30

Need to shake up your writing routine? Ready to try a new time management method with other motivated writers? Join us online this winter!


Peer Career Discovery Groups: Career Exploration for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the life sciences

13 Apr 2021 09:30

Are you planning your career after graduate school or a postdoctoral fellowship in the life sciences?



EndNote Essentials

13 Apr 2021 10:30

This workshop provides a hands-on introduction and overview of EndNote, a reference management software.

Online- Rock Your Internship

13 Apr 2021 14:30

RSVP through myFuture

Art Hive @Home Initiative

13 Apr 2021 15:00

Art Hive @Home Initiative

Join our art-making community online!

No art background required.

How to Respond to Disclosures Workshop

13 Apr 2021 17:45

April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. Join us and Vent Over Tea on April 13th from 5:45-7:30 p.m.

Plan Your Goals: Kickstart your IDP

14 Apr 2021 10:00
Goal setting is an important predictor of wellbeing and success in graduate school. The IDP (Individual Development Plan) is a tool designed to help you articulate and plan your goals.

MOVE Workshop

14 Apr 2021 12:00

Join Ada, our Kinesiology intern, with our Peer Health Ambassadors in our new exercise series called "MOVE!". Connect with other students while you move your body to help boost energy and improve mood.

Equity and Anti-Racism in Academic Life Workshop

14 Apr 2021 13:00

Equity and Anti-Racism in Academic Life Workshop

These sessions are being offered as part of a pilot project that is a collaboration between the Faculty of Science and the Office of the Provost and Vice Principal (Academic).

Loic Chaumont (University of Angers)

14 Apr 2021 13:00

Title: Creeping of Lévy processes through curves.

Abstract: A real Lévy process X is said to creep upward if for some (and hence for all) x>0, with positive probability, the process X hits x at its first passage time above x. Necessary and sufficient conditions for a Lévy process to creep upward are well known as well as the probability to creep through each level x.

Skills for Managing Test Anxiety

14 Apr 2021 14:00

Interested in learning how to cope more effectively with the stress and anxiety of tests? Join this workshop to acquire the skills to better manage test anxiety and feel comfortable utilizing these skills when needed.

Income Tax Information Session for International Students (Quebec Provincial Taxes)

14 Apr 2021 14:00

Filing your returns for the first time or just looking for some tax tips?


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