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Social Spark - End of Year Event
March 12 in UCC RM66 at 7:30pm
Greg Overholt, the founder of multinational student-led charity Student Offering Support (SOS), will be at Western on to give a keynote on his incredible journey in social entrepreneurship - how an idea he started working on while still an undergrad become one of the most innovative and largest student-driven social enterprises in North America under his leadership.
Greg is a phenomenal speaker who will inspire you and show you what is possible when you dare to do great no matter your age or which area of study you're in. We're very fortunate to be able to invite Greg out and offer this event free for everyone especially given that Greg is a very big speaker. In attendance will also be 4 other social businesses from London who you can network and engage with. This is the sort of event that will greatly affect you and give you a new perspective on yourself and your potential.
Video about SOS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3A9tkKw43A
Reverie is a festival dedicated to showcasing student talent and the arts at WesternU! The event will take place over the span of a week and include musical performances, theatre, fine art, film, poetry and more!
I will be retiring on March 14 and it has been my pleasure to work with you and to help you whenever I could. I will continue to see you and to answer your emails and phone calls until that time. After that date, please contact Ben Hakala, my fellow Academic Counsellor at email@example.com with your academic questions and concerns. I wish you happiness and success in all of your academic endeavours and I will cherish so many memories in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
Best wishes, Ms. Bonnie Barratt
This year the Visual Arts Supporters' Association (VASA) will collaborate with Western University's ArtLAB to present the Undergraduate Art History Symposium. The symposium will explore themes within the discourse of art history and provide students with a professional speaking opportunity. Student talks should be brief, a 5 to 10 minute maximum. Students in art history courses are invited to submit a presentation proposal outlining their topic to Lisa Lawlis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submission Deadline: March 10, 2014
In the spirit of stimulating the imagination, promoting creativity, and fostering appreciation of English language skills and the art of poetry, the Department of English and Writing Studies is pleased to announce a competition for the annual Alfred Poynt Award in Poetry. This award is made in accordance with the wishes and through the generosity of the late Alfred R. Poynt of London, Ontario, and will be presented in May of each year. The competition is open to students registered full time in any undergraduate program at Western University. Prize: $250.00 Deadline: Friday, March 28, 2014