Workshops Overview

The University Learning Centre offers workshops regularly. These workshops - led by faculty, staff and Peer Mentors - can help you to improve a variety of academic skills, from general study tips to graduate thesis writing.  

Check back to this page often for updates on upcoming workshops!

Instructors and faculty may also be interested in teaching workshops run by The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness.

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If you experience difficulties registering for an event, please contact the ULC

Apr
Wed
1

Interactive Workshop about Polarities in Leadership

Feature Event
2:30 PM to 3:30 PM

MURRAY 145

The concept behind polarity thinking is that any system -- personal, organizational, or global -- can become stuck in polarization when we, quite naturally, pit two values against each other. Rather than choosing between these two sides we must learn to use what we understand about both (differences in particular) to invent new possibilities and new models.
 
To learn more about polarities in leadership, join guest workshop leaders Duncan, Yeonoo and Ahmed from Engineers Without Borders
Apr
Wed
1

Coaching Undergraduate Research in First-Year Classes

Undergraduate Research Workshop with Dilshan D., Peer Mentor, PAL Program & Ramy T., Peer Mentor, PAL Program
4:00 PM to 4:50 PM

MURRAY 145

In-class research experiences call for upper-level undergraduate students to serve as paid research coaches. Find out about this new position on campus through first-hand accounts, and details on where are the upcoming opportunities; then, let us know if you'd be interested in such a role.