Lakehead University 10th Annual Research and Innovation Week Starts

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Lakehead Psychology student Dana Dupuis holds an EEG cap that will be on display at the Intercity Shopping Centre on Saturday
Lakehead Psychology student Dana Dupuis holds an EEG cap that will be on display at the Intercity Shopping Centre on Saturday
Lakehead Psychology student Dana Dupuis holds an EEG cap that will be on display at the Intercity Shopping Centre on Saturday
Lakehead Psychology student Dana Dupuis holds an EEG cap that will be on display at the Intercity Shopping Centre on Saturday

Lakehead University Innovation Week at Intercity Mall

THUNDER BAY – TECH – Lakehead University’s 10th annual Research and Innovation Week will have exciting displays at the Intercity Shopping Centre on Saturday, March 7 from 9:30 am to 6 pm.

Displays include artifacts, a mock dig, Superior Science, the Passport program for kids – which includes a chance to win great prizes – and more!

The goal of Lakehead’s 10th annual Research and Innovation Week is to highlight the important work happening at the University.

Please visit lakeheadu.ca/ri for more information.

Upcoming talks include:
· Monday, March 9, 7:30 pm in ATAC 1003 – Dr. John Fyfe, a senior research scientist with the Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis, will give a talk called The Global Warming Hiatus: What’s Up With That?

· Tuesday, March 10, 7:30 am in the Faculty Lounge – Scott Kress will give a leadership talk called Learning in Thin Air. Please register by visiting lakeheadu.ca/ri.

· Wednesday, March 11, 5 pm in ATAC 5036 – Dr. Naana Afua Jumah, Assistant Professor at NOSM, will give a talk called Listening, Learning and Walking Together: Indigenous Communities Leading Research in Women’s Reproductive Health.

· Thursday, March 12, 10 am to in the Faculty Lounge – Diana Bronson, Executive Director of Food Secure Canada, will host a forum called Food and Food Policy: Elections and Rebuilding Our Food System. Diana will host a Food Forum on Thursday, March 12 from 10 am to 3 pm in the Agora.

· Thursday, March 12, 7:30 pm in the John N. Paterson Auditorium at Port Arthur Collegiate Institute – Dr. Carney Matheson, Anthropology Professor, will describe the final days of Otzi the Iceman.

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