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Congratulations Donor Award Recipients

Congratulations Donor Award Recipients Kari Duerksen – Howard E. Petch Scholarship Kari Duerksen – Norma Wilson Graduate Scholarship Simen Hagen – Norma Wilson Graduate Scholarship Emily Duggan – Norma Wilson Graduate Scholarship Lisa Gou – R. B. May Scholarship Lisa Gou – Mrs. Annie Greskiw Graduate Award Chantel May – The Arthur Lester Benton Award Jeremy Viczko – W. H. Gaddes Scholarship Julie Prud’homme – The Robert, David & Douglas Vickery Graduate Award Drew Halliday – Dr. Robert Michael Peet Graduate Scholarship Justin Karr – John & Myrtle Tilley Graduate Scholarship Emanuela Yeung – Albert Hung Chao Hong Scholarship

What can you do with your degree?

Wondering how to make the leap from university to a rewarding career? Come to a "What can you do with your degree?" session to explore your career options and hear from a panel of industry experts. They'll describe what they do, how they broke into their job sectors and their best career advice for students! PLUS Attend the 1-hour panel to hear from all speakers—stay after to connect with panelists one-on-one. • Register (and learn about the panelists): uvic.ca/coopandcareer/wcydwyd • Bonus - Download a "What can you do with your degree?" sheet for your program! uvic.ca/coopandcareer/degree

Seats available in PSYC 451C: Decision Making

Deciding on a 400-level PSYC class for the Fall term? Choose PSYC 451C: Decision Making. We will explore exciting recent advances in understanding the mind and brain of how we decide. Topics will range from the role of emotion to how we deal with uncertainty, from moral decisions to addiction, from self-control to free will. Mon/Thurs from 11:30 am to 12:50 pm with Prof. Krawitz. Choice is central to the human experience, enrol today!

Jim Tanaka: Craigdarroch Award

Congratulations to Jim Tanaka for being awarded the Craigdarroch award for Excellence in Knowledge Mobilization. The award recognizes Jim’s work with families, educators, and community professionals to develop innovative, fun and low-cost technologies (computer games and apps) for improving face-recognition skills in children with autism. For a photo that shows Jim accepting the award at the REACH awards (Recognizing Research & Teaching Excellence) ceremony at Royal BC Museum, May 25, 2017 go here:

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Holiday Artisans Market

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Relationship between the seismogenic zone and the ETS zone based on fault zone rheology

Duration: 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: ELL 060

"Café Scientifique-All that glitters is not gold: deep-sea mining and untold biological wealth"

The Madwoman of Chaillot

Duration: 8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: Phoenix Theatre

Vikes Amazing Race

Duration: 12:30 p.m. - 1:20 p.m.
Location: CARSA

Imagining Uplands: The Archival Landscape

Duration: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Location: Special Collections and University Archives, Mearns Centre for Learning—McPherson Library, room A003