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November 18, 2016

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Monday, March 13, 2017

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Community Leadership Pillar Workshop

The Leadership Ambassadors will be presenting their Community Leadership Pillar. At this interactive workshop, students can learn more about how they can take their leadership to the next level and use leadership in their community.

 This CCR Approved workshop will be taking place on Monday March 13th from 7-10pm in CB 100.

  • Centre for Student Life and Engagement
  • Wednesday, March 15, 2017

    7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Team Leadership Pillar Workshop

    The Leadership Ambassadors will be presenting their Team Leadership Pillar. At this interactive workshop, students can learn more about other styles of leadership and, how to work well with others, and function cooperatively as a team.

    This CCR Approved workshop will be taking place Wednesday March 15th from 7-10pm in CB 100.

  • Centre for Student Life and Engagement
  • Tuesday, March 21, 2017

    7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Personal Leadership Pillar Workshop

    The Leadership Ambassadors will be presenting their Community Leadership Pillar. At this interactive workshop, students can learn more about their own leadership style and how they can use leadership at Laurier and in their every day life.

    This CCR Approved workshop will take place on Tuesday March 21st from 7-10pm in CB 209.

  • Centre for Student Life and Engagement
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    Friday, November 18, 2016

    All Day Art Exhibition: Surface Tension (Multi-Day Event)
    The Robert Langen Art Gallery's Fall 2016 exhibition, Surface Tension is an ongoing collaborative interdisciplinary sound and video work created by renowned Canadian artists Eve Egoyan (piano) and David Rokeby (installation). On Fridays during the exhibition run, visitors are invited to play the Disklavier themselves and to experience the ways in which the video projection responds to their inputs. We gratefully acknowledge Yamaha Canada Music and Music Plus for generously providing the Yamaha Disklavier Piano featured in the exhibit.
  • Library
  • Robert Langen Gallery
  • f1.4: The Changing Face of Contemporary Photography

    This year’s LIFT series of community artist exhibits feature the images of KW area photographers Darin White, Stefan Rose and Stephen Orlando.

    The LIFT micro-galleries are located directly across from the elevators on floors 4, 5 and 6 of Laurier’s Waterloo campus Library.

    The series brings community artists from the grassroots up into the stacks.

  • Library
  • Robert Langen Gallery
  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Art on the Wall - Thoughts

    Drop into the seminary for the exhibition Thoughts: Paintings by Ashwini Raghuram. The seminary is also open during some weekday evenings.

  • Waterloo Lutheran Seminary
  • 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM The Demand and Supply for Favours in Dynamic Relationships

    A joint event between the Lazaridis School of Business and Economics and the MS2Discovery Interdisciplinary Research Institute.

    Speaker

    • Jean Guillaume Forand, Department of Economics, University of Waterloo

    Title

    • The Demand and Supply for Favours in Dynamic Relationships

    Abstract

    We characterise the optimal demand and supply for favours in a dynamic principal-agent model of joint production, in which heterogenous project opportunities are stochastically generated and publicly observed upon arrival. Our results characterise the optimal dynamic contract, and we establish that the principal's supply of favours (the production of projects that benefit the agent but not the principal) is backloaded, while the principal's demand for favours (the production of projects that benefit the principal but not the agent) is frontloaded. Furthermore, we provide an exact construction of the optimal contract when project opportunities follow a Markov process.

    Jean Guillaume Forand received his PhD in Economics from the University of Toronto. He is currently a faculty member at the Department of Economics, University of Waterloo. Earlier in his career he held visiting positions at the Wallis Institute for Political Economy at the University of Rochester, as well as at the Johns Hopkins University‚Äč. He is part of the Miacro Theory Reading Group which focuses on a range of topics, including game theory. Forand's main research interests are in microeconomic theory, as well as in political economy.

    Further details are at www.ms2discovery.wlu.ca/seminar/16_11_18.pdf.

    Refreshments will be provided.

    This event is organized jointly by the MS2Discovery Institute and the Laurier Department of Economics at the Lazaridis School of Business and Economics.

    For more information please visit us at www.ms2discovery.wlu.ca/ms2events.

  • Faculty of Science
  • Lazaridis School of Business and Economics
  • 12:15 PM - 1:00 PM Music in the Library (Piano)

    Laurier community members: stop by, enjoy beautiful music, and support our award-winning student musicians.

    Program includes:

    Sposalizio from Années de Pèlerinage II, Italie by Franz Liszt.
    Molly Soberman, Piano

    Les cloches de Genève from Années de pèlerinage I, Suisse by Franz Liszt.
    Amber Mailloux, Piano

    Selections from Preludes for People, by Keenan Reimer-Watts
    Keenan Reimer-Watts, Piano

    8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Laurier Symphony Orchestra Concert

    The Laurier Symphony Orchestra is comprised of 75 students and gives four concerts a year and plays for the annual opera productions.

    Join guest conductor Glenn Mossop as he leads our Symphony Orchestra. The concert will also help celebrate the Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Somme.

    Program includes:

    • Mars from The Planets, Op.32, Gustav Holst
    • Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54, Robert Schumann
    • Le tombeau de Couperin, Maurice Ravel
    • Concert No.1 in G for Flute and Orchestra, W.A. Mozart
    • “The Last Post” – Bugle Call* Anonymous
    • Symphony No.3 “Pastoral Symphony”, Ralph Vaughan Williams

    *Program may change without notice

     

     

     


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