|Start Date and Time||Event Details||Event Organizer(s)
|All Day ||Gratitude Week (Multi-Day Event)|
March 23–27, the Mental Health Advisory Committee is hosting Gratitude Week over social media. Instead of in-person stick note gratitude walls across campus like usual, this year it is all over social media. Follow @LaurierWellness on Instagram to share what you are grateful for in times like these, and take a look at what others are grateful for as well!
Benefits of gratitude on your well-being:
- Lowers stress levels which can lead to fewer aches, pains, and headaches
- Reduces toxic emotions and replaces with positive expression of emotions
- Enhances empathy and sensitivity
- Improves sleep through use of gratitude journals
- Improves self-esteem and self-awareness
- Improves social relationships by expressing gratitude to each other
|11:45 AM - 1:00 PM ||(Cancelled) Student Recital|
Join Laurier students in concert
|12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ||(Cancelled) Time 2 Knit|
Learn to knit and hang out with other makers pursuing yarn-based creation in the Laurier Library Makerspace. We've got knitting needles and yarn so all you need is your curiosity. Beginners welcome. No signup required. Thanks to Jennifer for volunteering to lead this meetup.
This workshop is open to all Laurier students, faculty and staff.
|1:30 PM - 2:30 PM ||(Cancelled) Intro to Die-Cutting|
Make vinyl stickers for your laptop or phone and learn 2D digital design and fabrication at the same time. No prior experience required. Beginners welcome. Please bring your own laptop to participate in this workshop in the Laurier Library Makerspace.
This workshop is open to Laurier students, staff and faculty.
Get your free tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/die-cutting-with-manaal-tickets-91208255347
|5:30 PM - 7:30 PM ||(Cancelled) Arts Alumni Career Panel|
Hosted in partnership with the Arts Undergraduate Society.
Explore your career options and see where your Arts degree can take you!
As a student completing a Bachelor of Arts degree, you may not realize the number of career opportunities available to you. No matter what your major, your degree is the first step in launching your career. Attend this event to learn how Arts alumni have forged their own path and are defining their careers in various fields.
Panelists will each share information about their career paths, details about their current position, address the challenges and rewards of their career, and answer student questions. You will also have the opportunity to connect with panelists one-on-one after the session for additional insight and advice.
Panelists will be listed in Navigator as they are confirmed.
Please bring your OneCard to this event.
We are committed to providing inclusive programs and services to all students and alumni. Please contact us if you require accommodation for a disability.