Your UOIT Science Council in collaboration with Business & IT Society, Engineering Society, Networking and IT Security Society, Human Resources Association, UOIT Marketing Assocation and Game Development Society are hosting a beach style party at EP Taylors on Tuesday November 26th from 9pm-2am!
Food will be provided and tickets are on sale RIGHT NOW for $4 in advance and $5 at the door.
This is a great opportunity to get involved and network with your student associations at UOIT!
Planning on going to Med School but have no idea what to expect on the MCAT? Here is your solution?
UOIT Science Council collaborating with UOIT Pre-Medical Society and The Princeton Review is hosting a Free Mock MCAT on Saturday November 16th from 9:00am to 1:30pm at UOIT in UA 3220
There will be a follow-up Session on November 21st from 6:30pm-8:00pm in UA 2120 so you can receive your scores and get feedback
Please RSVP using this link:
Movember is happening right now everyone! Help out a great cause towards Prostate Cancer awareness and men’s health by supporting the men growing out their ‘staches’
UOIT Science Council will be having their Movember Fundraiser on November 12th which is tomorrow selling baked goods in UA West Atrium from 10am-3pm. You can make a cash donation as well to support our Science Council Movember team.
If you cannot make it out tomorrow and would still like to give a donation, feel free to make an online donation by clicking this link http://moteam.co/uoit-science-council.
Clothing orders for UOIT Science Sweaters and Sweatpants will be taken Monday November 4 (9am-4pm), Monday November 11th (9am-4pm) and Tuesday November 12th (10am-3pm) in UA West Atrium.
Sweaters are on sale for $30 and Sweatpants for $25. There are colour choices for each!
Visit the UOIT Science Council Facebook Page for designs of the sweaters and sweatpants
UOIT Science Council presents Retro Charity Pub Night tickets are now available in the Tuck Shop, $2 for students and $3 for guests. All proceeds go towards World Vision Support a Child! Tickets will also be sold in the UA West Atrium on October 30th and 31st from 10am-3pm along with loads of chocolate goodies. Go get your tickets now as there is a $30 Cineplex gift card prize for the one who is best dressed! Lastly, keep an eye out for all forms of UOIT Science Council social media for your chance to win 1 of 15 tickets to the pub night!
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Don’t know what you will be doing after getting your B.Sc? Learn more about your career options through this exciting and interactive panel discussion on November 6th from 1pm-3pm in Room G213. The speakers of this year’s panel include:
• Kaitlin Duke, International Sales Manager for Prollenium Medical Technologies Inc.
•Jennie Eastcott, PhD Candidate in Chemistry
• Irene Jackman, Human Resources Manager for Purdue Pharma
• Andrew Pearce, Senior Recruiter – Human Resources for SGS Canada Inc.
• Welcome message from Associate Dean Dr. Greg Lewis
Panel speakers will inspire you to explore your individual career and further education options by sharing their career path experiences and methods for gaining a better understanding of the transition from life as a student to the world of academia or working in industry. Following the panel discussion there will be a Question and Answer period, so brainstorm your questions beforehand!
Space is limited, so we ask that you pre-register for this event. Please go to https://studentexperience.uoit.ca/events/events.htm to register.
UOIT Science Council presents Retro Charity Pub Night is around the corner! It’s on November 5th from 9pm-2am at EP Taylor’s. It’s an all ages event, so come on out for some fun and invite your friends! Tickets are $2 (student) and $3 (guest). Tickets will be available in the tuck shop starting October 23. They will also be for sale in the west atrium from 10-3 on October 30th and 31st alongside chocolate goodies! All proceeds go towards World Vision Support A Child.
CAP (Canadian Association of Physicists)lecture for undergraduate students “Quantum information science and technology: when tiny things do big things” by Prof. Laforest from University of Waterloo will be held in ERC 1094 on March 12th from 4 – 5pm. I will post the information for all the students in Physics program on Blackboard.
Jeremy, Luciano, Fedor: if you think this lecture can be of interest for your students please inform them.
Two landmark theories that emerged in the 20th century forever changed our world: quantum mechanics and information theory. The first altered our perception of reality; the second enabled the information age of today. Quantum Information Science and Technology bridge these theories — by probing deep questions about information and reality, and by developing the transformative technologies of tomorrow. This talk will overview the basic concepts of Quantum Information Science and Technology and its applications to computing, communication and sensing. The current state of its physical realization using nuclear and electronic spins, photons, superconductor and semiconductors will also be explored.”
What will YOU do with your BSc? Discover opportunities at our Panel Conference!
Wednesday February 13th in G213 from 1 – 3:30 PM
Register @ www.uoit.ca/careercentre
Need some review with Calculus 2 material before that midterm?
Come to a Calculus 2 study session tomorrow in UA 2120 from 5-7pm, run by the math specialist, Olga Bulakh. Come prepared with questions!