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27
Jan

WHY DON’T DINOSAURS THROW SNOWBALLS (By: Dr. Maureen Padden)

McMaster University, Hamilton ON
11:00 To 12:00
01/27/2018

Dinosaurs lived for roughly 160 million years and survived tremendous changes in climate. What was the climate like when these creatures roamed the Earth? How did their experiences differ from that of ours today? We will travel through time and learn how the weather patterns have changed over the last 65 million years.

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24
Feb

THE STORY OF “YOU” UNIVERSITY LIFE (By: Dr. Felicia Vulcu)

McMaster University, Hamilton ON
11:00 To 12:00
02/24/2018

Let’s re-think university and redefine it. What if “university” wasn’t a building with classrooms and professors? What if You are the University? What does this mean? Re-imagine university as the story of you. You are starting on an amazing journey of self-discovery. Your ultimate goal: to learn, to grow and to create.  Join Dr. Vulcu ...

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24
Mar

PHOTOVOICE: ENGAGING INDIGENOUS ELDERS AND YOUTH (By Dr. Chelsy Gable)

McMaster University, Hamilton ON
11:00 To 12:00
03/24/2018

We’ve all heard the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.”  Did you ever look at a picture, a photograph, or a painting and wonder what story it tells? A photograph can be a strong tool to convey a message. Join Dr. Gable as she explains how “Photovoice” is being used today to address ...

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28
Apr

HOLOGRAPHIC & ANATOMY (By: Dr. Bruce Wainman)

McMaster University, Hamilton ON
11:00 To 12:00
04/28/2018

Have you ever wondered how our body looks like inside? This is a subject doctors call Anatomy.  New computer-based technologies can help us “see”, in 3D, how all the different parts of our body come together to make the amazing human body work. Join Dr. Wainman as he turns you inside out!?

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26
May

SWEAT SO YOU DON’T FORGET (By: Dr. Jennifer Hiesz)

McMaster University, Hamilton ON
11:00 To 12:00
05/26/2018

Physical exercise is good for your body, but it is also good for your brain too! This talk will explore how physical exercise impacts the brain to improve cognition and overall academic performance.

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