Sunday, October 9, 2011

This week at Douglas: time management workshop, new lecture series, a jazz concert and more!

Here's what's happening at Douglas Oct. 10-14

Wednesday, Oct. 12


UBC Sauder School of Business Workshop

New Westminster Campus, Room 3345
2-4pm
Business students: don't miss this chance to meet with Brian Teghtsoonian, Admissions and Recruitment Officer, Undergraduate Program, from the Sauder School of Business at UBC. For more information call 604 527 5460.

Leadership workshop: Time Management
Coquitlam Campus, Room TBA
5pm
Learn realistic and practical strategies for effective time management in today’s world. This interactive workshop provides you with an opportunity to brainstorm solutions for personal and career success. Bring a scenario for discussion. Open to all students and staff. Sign up at douglife.ca.

Thursday, Oct. 13

Arts at One: Little Night Band

New Westminster Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
1pm
Enjoy a jazz concert directed by Blair Fisher, Music Instructor. More info: Arts Events


Explore Postgraduate Studies
New Westminster Campus, Room 2804
1-2:30pm
Join Adler School of Professional Psychology representative Malcolm Dane to learn more about postgraduate studies. Space is limited; secure your seat by email. Put "Adler School" in the subject line and include your name and student ID# in the email.

Engaging Minds Speaker Series. Sources of Morality: Comparing Two Theoretical Approaches
New Westminster Campus, Room 2201
5:30-6:30pm
What is the primary source of morality? Join Dennis Krebs, Psychology Professor Emeritus, SFU, as he discusses the hypothesis that moral judgments and behaviours stem from a set of mental mechanisms that evolved in the human species because they disposed early humans to uphold social relations that fostered their biological interests. Free. Followed by a reception in the theatre foyer. More info here.

Friday, Oct. 14

Stinks & Bangs: Game Show Science

New Westminster Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
1-2pm
See the magic of science as you've never seen it before. Magical colour changes, exploding balloons, fun with food, and much, much more! Don't miss this opportunity to experience the lighter side of science with a great mix of knowledge and humour that is sure to please everybody.

Ongoing

Greenlinks 2011: Insects

New Westminster Campus, Amelia Douglas Gallery
Till Oct. 28
Paintings and drawings of insects by Tiko Kerr and Ivan Droujinin, with an exhibit of insects from the Douglas College Institute of Urban Ecology. More info on the gallery's web page.


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