Campus Briefs: March 26th

Library Research Help

Between March 26 and April 9 between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. in JDH Room G4, Barry Cull, the Harriet Irving Library’s St. Thomas Liaison, will be holding office hours. Barry will be available to assist faculty, students, and staff with any library-related questions.

No library research question is too basic or too advanced. All questions will be answered.

Walk-ins are accepted, but to guarantee an appointments can also be made on short notice by contacting Cull bcull@unb.ca or calling 458-7057. Individuals and small groups are welcome.

Public lecture

St. Thomas University Fine Arts and Greak Books Programmes will host Dr. Borys M. Kowalsky, who will deliver a lecture “The Challenges of Modernity in the Art of Frederick Hagan,” on March 26 between 4:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. at MMH Room 101.

Dr. Kowalsky will deliver a multi-media presentation on the work of Canadian artist Frederick Hagan. He will be examining Hagan’s exploration of the human condition, with particular attention paid to the theme of modernity and its challenges. Formal aspects will be discussed including the influence of Pablo Picasso, Max Beckman and Frederich Nietzsche

For more information contact Dr. Tom Bateman at 460-0356 or bateman@stu.ca

Exam Prep workshop

“Exam Preparation and Writing: You’re wiser than you think!” – a Lunch n’ Learn with Janet Mullin will happen on March 27 between 10:30 a.m. and 11:20 a.m. in McCain Hall in Room 206. The hour-long session will offer strategies to how to get the most out of your study tims, as well as secrets to writing exams.

Free pizza will be offered to the first 24 attendees at this session.

Lunch N’ Learn

Nancy Buzzell and Eric Crossland will be hosting “Standing Ovation: How to calm your anxiety when giving presentations and taking exams. The workshop will be March 27 between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

If you are not doing well in your exams, class presentations, recitals, thesis’, then this workshop will help. Free pizza will be offered to the first 24 attendees.

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