Issue 18

Arduino for Beginners

Pop-Up Learning Lab will be holding an Arduino training session for beginners. Arduino is a microcontroller board that is used to make computers and other electronic systems.

Date: February 14

Time: 6:30–8:00 pm

Location: Toronto Public Library — Spadina Branch, 10 Spadina Road

Admission: Free with registration

Assisted and/or Prolonged Dying: An Issue for Conscience

Doctor Assisted Dying is arguably the most contentious practice in modern-day medicine, often surrounded by a whirlwind of ethical issues. The Joint Centre for Bioethics at U of T will be welcoming Professor Roger Hutchinson who will be discussing the ethical concerns regarding assisted dying.

Date: February 15

Time: 4:10–5:30 pm

Location: Health Sciences Building, 155 College Street, Room 108

Admission: Free

Social Movements for Social Change

Science for Peace will be holding a public lecture hosted by Professor Blake Poland of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health who will be discussing how to instigate change in the modern-day healthcare system.

Date: February 15

Time: 7:00–9:00 pm

Location: University College, 15 King’s College Circle, Room 152

Admission: Free

LSCDS Seminar: Networking 101

Many students argue that, alongside GPA, networking is one of the most significant aspects of your university career. The Life Sciences Career Development Society at U of T will be holding a seminar to teach students the most effective networking strategies.

Date: February 16

Time: 6:00–8:00 pm

Location: Red Room, Donnelly Centre, 160 College Street

Admission: Free for U of T students

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