If you are interested in writing about SEEDS for the Iron Times let us know! We would LOVE it if you did. The deadline for this issue is Friday, October 29th.
Monthly Archives: October 2010
Thursday October 28th from 3 to 4 pm in room ME 5324 (note that the room is on the 5th floor) we will be holding our planning meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to gather those who want to become more involved and actually set the plan and priorities for this year’s SEEDS. So, please come out if this is you!
On Friday the 5th of November from 1-3 pm the Science and Technology Awareness Network (STAN) is holding a Q & A event with three aims: to encourage youth to become involved in STAN and the science, engineering and technology community, to provide an opportunity for young talent to interview and network with professionals in their specialty, and to allow organizations to better understand what young talent is looking for in an employer. The event will open with a panel discussion, followed by round-table discussions mediated by an expert at each table. An open networking session, with refreshments, will wrap up the event. STAN has asked innovative leaders in the science and technology fields to be part of the panel or the round-table discussions on Friday November 5th to encourage communication between students and professionals in science and technology.
The event is taking place at the Ottawa Marriott Hotel and registration is free. Please check out the STAN website for additional information: https://www.scienceandtechnologynetwork.ca/main/modules/news/
STAN is a member driven organization comprising over 380 public and private sector institutions, including government ministries, school boards, corporations, museums, science centres and individuals. STAN’s mandate is to enhance the profile and influence of the science and technology education and public awareness sector. They host a national conference each year to increase collaboration and networking among members.
The Carleton University Foundry Program is seeking applications to its Student Internship program. The program aims to give you experience in innovation management, entrepreneurship and commercialization. If you are interested, please see that attached poster or email email@example.com and for more info see the poster here or visit the website at http://foundryglobal.pbworks.com/
If you are interested in Sustainable energy policy and technology, the Carleton University Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering (SREE) Society is hosting a one-day conference and workshop on Campus on November 6th, 2010. The conference is free to attend but email carletonSREE@gmail.com to confirm your attendance. For more information, please click here.
The Business and Society Program at York is hosting a conference on ‘Sustainable Purchasing: Engaging Students and Community Stakeholders in Sustainable Food and Fair Trade’ on October 29th. There will be panels and workshops throughout the day exploring organic, local and fair trade foods; student-run businesses; purchasing policies, and how we can engage in food systems at our universities. Registration is ‘pay what you can’, suggested donation $5 for students and $10 for non-students. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register and see this poster for more details.