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March 15, 2019

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Friday, March 15, 2019

End Day The Virtual Diversity Expo (Multi-Day Event)

The Virtual Diversity Jobs Expo allows you to connect with organizations interested in building a more diverse workforce. 

To participate:

  1. Log in to
  2. Select "Off-Campus Job Postings."
  3. Under "Quick Searches" select "Diversity Jobs Expo." This search option will be available from March 1 to 15 for this event. 

You are welcome to book an appointment with a Career Consultant or visit our daily drop-in hours for assistance in preparing your applications or with any questions about the opportunities. 

The Career Development Centre offers a host of workshops to help you with your job search including:

  • Transferable Skills: Articulate Your Experiences Workshop
  • Resumé Writing Workshop
  • Cover Letter Writing Workshop
  • Interview Success Workshop
  • LinkedIn: Build Your Profile Workshop
  • Job Search and Networking Strategies

This event is co-hosted by Partnership for Employment: Conestoga College, Laurier, University of Guelph, University of Waterloo.

  • Career Centre
  • 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM Barry Ace: Coalesce, Mixed Media Installation (Opening)

    Join us to celebrate the final exhibition of the season.

    Coalesce presents a fusion of distinct Anishinaabeg aesthetics of the Great Lakes’ region with the refuse from Western society’s technological and digital age. This entanglement of materials intentionally shifts the object’s materiality and its accepted paradigm within the physical world. Through this integration and juxtaposition of recognizable Anishinaabeg materials used in Anishinaabeg material culture (e.g. glass beads, porcupine quills), with contemporary electronic materials (e.g. capacitors and resistors), the exhibition will challenge viewers to reject and re-examine notions of cultural status.

    10:00 AM - 4:30 PM Foundations in Teaching and Learning - Certificate

    Foundations in Teaching and Learning Certificate is a series of hands-on workshops to gain transferable teaching skills for undergraduates. Transferable skills associated with teaching are present in many aspects of our lives. From explaining a concept to a peer, tutoring a friend, to coaching a soccer team, teaching can take various forms. The Foundations in Teaching and Learning certificate is an opportunity for undergraduate students to gain a foundation for success in various teaching opportunities they encounter on a daily basis. This certificate will help you identify the skills associated with teaching and learning activities and communicate them to future employers, colleagues, and mentors. You will have the opportunity to put the skills you develop into practice in a safe and supportive environment through hands-on activities and microteaching sessions.

    Register for the session.

  • Teaching and Learning
  • 12:30 PM - 12:50 PM Toward Right Relations

    Join us for a time of reflection and learning about Indigenous issues focusing on land. Smudge begins at 12:30 p.m.

  • Martin Luther University College
  • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Laurier Music Symposium: Music Therapy and Community Music Panel

    Join us every Friday as guest speakers will highlight and discuss the intersections between music and health

    All students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend. Each week will cover a diffent theme including topics on self-care, career development, new skills, branding and self-promotion.

    This week we'll host a Laurier Music Symposium: Music Therapy and Community Music Panel.

    2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Putting Machine Learning to Work for Digital Forensics


    Jeff LeJeune and Bazyli Debowski, Magnet Forensics


    Putting Machine Learning to Work for Digital Forensics


    Digital devices and connectivity are creating a data tsunami for investigators in the law enforcement and corporate communities. Not only has the popularity of chat and email applications resulted in a massive spike of text-based conversations; but an increasing number of devices (smartphones, digital cameras, other IoT devices, etc.) also facilitate the easy capture of photos and videos. As a result, the number of pictures and messages that may appear in a case has grown exponentially, making it difficult for forensic examiners, investigators and analysts to keep up. The manual analysis of the evidence for context and relevance, combined with report building, can add significant time to an investigation. Magnet.AI allows an examiner or investigator to better prioritize their time in an investigation, and find potentially relevant evidence faster than they could through manual review. In this talk we’ll introduce Magnet Forensics, a Waterloo-based software company, and how we’re helping to tackle this problem. As well, we’ll discuss how we’ve applied machine learning techniques to assist in the analysis.

    Further details are at

  • Faculty of Science
  • 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Tuba & Euphonium Studio Concert

    Join Laurier Tuba and Euphonium students in concert.

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