File photo: A scientist works in a lab. Bernard Gospic/THE VARSITY

U OF T ASTROTOUR PLANETARIUM SHOW

Come out to the monthly public AstroTours- organized by graduate students of Astronomy and Astrophysics department. Along with the planetarium shows, there will also be a public talk beforehand and telescope observation.

Thursday, October 1

8:10 pm – 10:15 pm

LM159 50 St. George Street

Admission: Free, registration is required

REINVENT CONFERENCE

Come out to a full day at REINVENT, funded by Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR). The conference will reinvent the way you think about neglected disease through a series of panel discussions, keynote speakers and workshops in regard to systemic inequities and ‘neglect’.

Friday, October 2

8:30 am – 7:30 pm

University college

15 Kings College Circle

Admission: $15 for students

Pay what you can option also available

THE OPTIMISTIC ENVIRONMENTALIST: PROGRESSING TOWARDS A GREENER FUTURE

This seminar featuring Dr. David R. Boyd, an environmental lawyer, will present challenges in sustainability, along with a report of substantial progress in and solutions toward a greener future with topics including endangered species, renewable energy, salvation of the ozone layer and more.

Wednesday, September 30

4:10 pm – 6:00 pm

Earth Science building

5 Bancroft Avenue

Rm. 149 

Admission: Free

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