Events by Month
Date: Wednesdays January 29, February 12 & 26, March 12 & 26
Time: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
Location: Davis Building, Room 3138
Stop by the meeting place between 10 am - 3 pm to launch the week's celebrations on International Women's Week at UTM.
You are invited to a special International Women's Day Event hosted by the Department of Historical studies, Women & Gender Studies on Monday March 3, 2014.
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm | North Building Room 134
Stop by the Student Centre Presentation Room for a day-long movie marathon and screening of UTM-made shorts.
The Institute for Management & Innovation (IMI) invites you to a seminar with guest speaker: Ronnie Miller, President & CEO, Hoffman-La Roche Limited.
Join the Women's Centre and Campus Police from 12-3pm.
As part of International Women's Week celebrations, join UTM Student Life and UTM Equity & Diversity Office for a showing of Miss Representation and post-movie panel discussion.
Come out for a great movie, excellent conversation, and yummy snacks!
Time: 6-9 pm
Peer Health Education Activity | 10am-2pm
Meeting Place, William G. Davis Building
Yogalates Class | 2:10pm-3:00pm
RAWC, Dance Studio (no outdoor footwear permitted)
The last day to cancel an Annual UTM student parking permit and receive a pro-rated refund is FRIDAY MARCH 7, 2014 by 4:00pm. For pro-rated refund amounts, please check the UTM Parking Website: http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/parking.
No refunds will be issued for annual student permit cancellations made after Friday March 7, 2014.
The Women & Gender Studies Action Group presents a panel on women in the workplace from 2-4 pm in the Faculty Club.
LaTeX, pronounced lay-tek, is the standard typesetting language used in academic research. Allow Gerhard Trippen, Lecturer in the Department of Management, to guide you through an introduction to this powerful tool. All are welcome to drop-in.
SATURDAY, MARCH 8TH: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY DINNER
Charity & Appreciation Dinner | 6-9pm
Presentation Room, Student Centre (Entrance fee: $5)
Perform your research in a way that allows your peers to reproduce it easily. Join Rosanna Overholser, lecturer with the Department of Mathematical and Computational Sciences, to learn how to best present data analysis done in R with LaTeX.
Professor Deep Saini, Vice-President of the University of Toronto & Principal, U of T Mississauga invites you to attend the second of two Town Hall meetings this academic year. The second Town Hall will focus on possible ways to support students’ academic success such as introducing a fall reading break, and managing course overloads and conflicting courses.
The Master of Biotechnology Program (MBiotech) presents: An Industry Perspective on Economic Evaluations of Vaccines in Canada. Guest Speaker: Ayman Chit, Director, Health Outcomes and Economics North America, Sanofi Pasteur. Tuesday, Feb 25, 2014 at the University of Toronto Mississauga.