What will YOU do with your BSc? Discover opportunities at our Panel Conference!
Wednesday February 13th in G213 from 1 – 3:30 PM
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!
Two protons walk into a black hole.
Find out why this is funny!
Joseph MacMillan is going to talk about Black Holes on Monday Feb 4th @ 4:00 pm in J125 @ UOIT (Simcoe Building). This is the second of many Physics Talks that you will see more of next year, from Physics Society.
Hey all! As you may know, Valentine’s day is quickly approaching! Excited? Us too! On Thursday, February 14th the Science Council is pairing up with Red Cross Youth Action to bring to you VALENTINOGRAMS! Drop by the UA Atrium between 10am- 4pm to share your love with that special someone or a friend. You can send out candygrams, flowers, Valentine cards in which you can write your own little message, or even take a picture with them underneath some hearts! You also have the option of delivering your message by one of our many Cupids! There will also be baked goods being sold and some really fun activities, such as throwing darts at one of the Cupids or even having one of the science students sing to you!
All proceeds are going towards the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) in Syria so come on down to support a great cause!
Check out our events page for some updates on upcoming activities in your council, school, and community.
The Students vs. Faculty Basketball tourney
the UOIT Job Fair
The Canadian University Life Sciences Challenge
It is my great pleasure to be serving as the elected President of the UOIT Science Council, the Faculty of Science Society for the 2012 – 2013 year. I look forward to leading the Council’s efforts to serve the UOIT Science community as effectively and efficiently as possible to fulfill our vision; to enrich the minds, experiences, and fellowship of the students belonging to the UOIT Faculty of Science through innovative social, professional, and academic activities. Our goal is to provide you, the science students, with the tools required to succeed in your field, deliver opportunities to explore science and what it has to offer, guide you in your studies and extracurricular events, and give you the best undergraduate experience here at UOIT.
I’d like to take the time to encourage each and every science student to get involved with the council and stress that we act on behalf of all of our undergraduate members. You have a say towards the actions and mission of the council, so do not hesitate to contact myself or any of our acting members. With an exceptional executive team, you can expect great things from the Science Council this year!
President, UOIT Science Council 2012 – 2013