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November 1, 2016

Come in from the cold and check out these hot speaker series topics

IMAGE_STORY_FYPS_SpeakersBuilding a brain, exploring volcanoes and colonizing Terra Incognita—even if none of these topics get you excited, then there’s sure to be something else that will among the many speaker series events scheduled for this month.

The School of Business NextUp series continues with the return of some big names, including Len Rhodes, president and CEO of the Edmonton Eskimos. Sociology Associate Professor Susan Raine discusses Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard, and this month’s Torus Talk is all about studying chaos from a mathematical point of view.

Whatever your area of study, you’re sure to learn something new at one of these free events.

Here’s what’s happening in November:

Tuesday, Nov. 1

Flow of Carbon

Wednesday, Nov. 2

NextUp: Shaun Maslyk, Co-operators Insurance

Wednesday, Nov. 2

How to Build a Brain: Brain Development, Addiction and Mental Health

Thursday, Nov. 3

The Nursing Informatics Journey and the Future

Thursday, Nov. 3

Colonizing Terra Incognita

Friday, Nov. 4

NextUp: Poul Mark, Transcend Coffee

Friday, Nov. 4

Canadian Author Series: Anna Marie Sewell

Friday, Nov. 4

I Don't Want to Die in the Digital Age / Windows of Light and Text

Monday, Nov. 7

NextUp: Michelle Malin, MacEwan University School of Business

Monday, Nov. 7

Decomposition/Розкладання: An Evening with Lyuba Yakimchuk 

Monday, Nov. 14

NextUp: Scott McKeen, City of Edmonton

Wednesday, Nov. 16

Explosive Volcanism: Reading the record from Tephra Studies

Thursday, Nov. 17

Refugees and Migrants: Between Sympathy and Security

Monday, Nov. 21

NextUp: Len Rhodes, Edmonton Eskimos

Tuesday, Nov. 22

Restorative Justice Week: Inspiring Innovation

Tuesday, Nov. 22

Potential for Canada's Natural Gas Export to Asia-Pacific

Tuesday, Nov. 22

Fossil Free: What Could Divestment Mean in Alberta?

Friday, Nov. 25

Torus Talks: The Beauty Inside the Chaos

 

Watch for more speakers on the bulletin boards around campus, see the MacEwan University News and Events section on myPortal.MacEwan.ca, go to MacEwan.ca/Events, or watch for event notices by following MacEwan University on Twitter.

 
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