Taking Action News

Dec 15th, 2014

Computer scientist Robin Gras will discuss “An Artificial World for exploring ecological questions” in a free public lecture Wednesday.

Students Meighen Whitehead and Melissa Moody model some of the artistic creations displayed during Wednesday’s BioArt Bouffant.
Dec 15th, 2014

Students showed off their interdisciplinary creations December 10 at the BioArt Bouffant cabaret.

Dec 15th, 2014

Philosophy professor Christopher Tindale will suggest a way to prepare the field of informal logic to better deal with narrative and visual arguments in a free public presentation Tuesday, December 16.

Mohammad Malhi and Ali Al-Mahdi
Dec 15th, 2014

After pulling an all-night study session, first-year engineering student Mohamad Malhi was pleased to find coffee waiting for him Thursday in the Leddy Library’s lobby. Library staff distributed free coffee and cookies to patrons for its biannual Student Appreciation Day.

Organizers congratulate the winners of the Leddy Library Research Question Competition
Dec 11th, 2014

Three members of the campus community won prizes for their roles in the Leddy Library Research Question Competition.

students in classroom
Dec 11th, 2014

Winter Orientation, January 7, will help introduce new students to the university.

Francine Schlosser
Dec 11th, 2014

A new program of the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre (EPICentre) aims at harnessing creative energies across the campus to transform campuses, communities, and disciplines.

Young entrepreneurs Brad Colthurst, Ravinder Saini and Jonathan Liedtke.
Dec 11th, 2014

The new space on the second floor of the Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre dedicated to the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre (EPICentre) is going to be a nice place to work, says Bob Hedrick, president of CAMufacturing Solutions.

Farrah Chan conducts fieldwork for her study of aquatic invasive species.
Dec 11th, 2014

Researcher Farah Chan has found that the shorter the voyage, the more invaders survive a cross-oceanic trip.

canned goods
Dec 8th, 2014

The Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS) is joining with Iona College in an effort to fill the shelves of the student food bank located in the college’s home at 208 Sunset Avenue.