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February 28, 2017

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Wednesday, May 09, 2018

7:00 AM - 3:30 PM World Class Supply Chain Summit
World Class Supply Chain 2018 will be an important industry-academic event- one that will contribute to our collective understanding of a critical business function at a time when the economic future is more uncertain than ever. At the one-day Summit, outstanding speakers, panelists and leaders will discuss the future of supply chain and logistics – in Canada and beyond. World Class Supply Chain 2018 will provide leading, practical insights on how challenges can be overcome, and opportunities leveraged.
  • Lazaridis School of Business and Economics
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    Tuesday, February 28, 2017

    10:00 AM - 3:30 PM Poli Sci Book Sale

    Returning by popular demand!

    Following the success of our January Book Sale, we are once again seeking book donations for another sale. All donations would be greatly appreciated. Pick-up service available!

    Come support our 50th anniversary legacy fund at our Book Sale where you'll find books of all kinds, from all genres, on sale, for $1, $2 or $3. All proceeds will help contribute to experiential learning (field trips, etc.) for our students!

    With thanks in advance to all of our donors, our customers and especially our Association of Political Science Students for all their assistance!

  • Faculty of Arts
  • 11:30 AM - 12:50 PM Intercultural Certificate - Brantford Campus

    Laurier International has introduced an engaging six-module Intercultural Certificate. More than 250 students have so far successfully completed the full certificate, which is available on both the Brantford and Waterloo campuses.

    Each module has 80 minutes of in-person content.

    For more details, read our article about the Intercultural Certificate or check out the Intercultural Certificate web page. If you have any questions or need more information, email

    Introduction to Concepts of Culture
    Introduction to Exploring One’s Culture
    Introduction to Intercultural Communication
    Exploring Difference
    Introduction to Cultural Adaptation
    Lifelong Intercultural Learning

  • Laurier International
  • 12:30 PM - 12:50 PM Midday Prayers and Teachings

    Join us for midday prayers and teachings by seminary students, faculty and staff each weekday (excluding reading week). A different theme each day.

    • Mondays: Indigenous care for water. Singing and smudging optional.
    • Tuesdays and Wednesdays: Various themes.
    • Thursdays: Yoga.
    • Fridays: Various themes.


    2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Citing insights: tools to help you cite

    Learn how two citation and document management tools (Zotero and Mendeley) can help keep your research work organized and save you time when you need to prepare properly formatted bibliographies and in-text citations.

    Bring your laptop.

  • Library
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM MS2Discovery Interdisciplinary Research Institute Seminar


    Lorenzo Fatibene, University of Turin, Italy

    Since 2011 Lorenzo Fatibene is a full professor of Mathematical Physics at the Department of Mathematics “Giuseppe Peano” of the University of Torino (Italy). He has a degree in Physics (1992) and a PhD in Mathematics (1999) and he has been a researcher at the University of Torino between 1999 and 2011. His research interests are in geometrical methods for field theory, variational calculus and conservation laws in generally covariant and gauge theories. Recently, he is investigating extended theories of gravitation and their applications to astrophysical and cosmological models.


    Extended Theories of Gravitation


    We shall introduce Extended Theories of Gravitation which extend standard General Relativity by allowing geometries on spacetime more general than the usual Lorentzian metric structure. Palatini f(R)-theories are considered as an example and application. Their ability to model dark matter and dark energy as the effect of modified dynamics of gravitational field rather than fundamental matter fields and applications to cosmology will be discussed.

    Further details are at

    Refreshments will be provided.

    For more information please visit us at

  • Faculty of Science
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Confronting the Nuclear Age: A Hiroshima Survivor Remembers

    As part of the People Make History lecture series, Setsuko Thurlow will share her experiences growing up in Japan during the Second World War, surviving the atomic explosion over Hiroshima, and her work as an anti-nuclear weapons peace activist.

    This event is free, but we have limited seating.

    To confirm your seat at either event, please contact or 519.756.8228 x5537.

  • Faculty of Liberal Arts
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Russell Mokhiber Lecture on Corporate Wrongdoing

    Laurier is proud to host a lecture by Russell Mokhiber. He is the editor of the Corporate Crime Reporter – the only newsweekly covering corporate crime.

    Mr. Mokhiber's articles on corporate crime and violence have been published widely, including in CounterPunch, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and Harper's. He will speak about the "20 Things You Should Know About Corporate Crime".

  • Faculty of Human and Social Sciences

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