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  • Laurentian University’s Bharti School of Engineering students placed first in the first aid and the field competitions.

    Laurentian's Bharti School of Engineering wins global mine rescue competitionLaurentian University’s Bharti School of Engineering students won the 2017 Intercollegiate Mines Emergency Response Development (MERD) competition in Golden, Colorado.

  • Official opening of the McEwen School of Architecture

    Laurentian celebrates official opening of final capital phase of the McEwen School of ArchitectureLaurentian University celebrated the official opening of the final capital phase of the McEwen School of Architecture

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    Major advancements in Indigenous research announced at LaurentianLaurentian announced its new Maamwizing Indigenous Research Institute, and a new Advancing Indigenous Research Fund to accelerate Indigenous specific research.

  • Photo from the event

    Laurentian Names New Research, Innovation and Engineering Building in Honour of Clifford A. Fielding In honour of a $3 million investment from Mrs. Lily Fielding and her family, Laurentian University will name its new state-of-the-art facility the Clifford A. Fielding...

  • Research, Innovation and Engineering Centre

    Canadian and Ontario governments invest $27.4 million in infrastructure at LaurentianThe federal government will invest $21.1 million and the Ontario government will invest $6.3 million towards research and innovation infrastructure.

Blogs

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Celebrating Diversity in Research

Dear members of the University community / Boozhoo / Aanii / Kwe kwe, This year’s Research Week was once again an outstanding success. The theme “Celebrating Diversity in Research” highlights the varied and unique contributions of Laurentian faculty and students, from underground to outer space, from lab bench to bedside and from classroom to community! Promoting diversity in research compels us as a university community to address the question of representation in all disciplines and ensure that inclusive spaces and pathways open to all ways of knowing and learning. Research Week featured keynote addresses by the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources, Kim Rudd, and Dr. Ted Hewitt, President of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. We saw the unveiling of the research video and launch of the latest edition of our research magazine, The Key. It featured 10 faculty and student-led symposia and fora, 57 presentations by graduate ...

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SPAD Wear 2016

The release of SPAD wear has always been a yearly tradition that is heavily anticipated by students who want to take pride in their program and want to represent it in style. Each year, SPAD’s Students’ Council announces a partnership with an apparel company to produce the clothing students know and love. This year, Student Council has announced a partnership with Bauer and CCM. Unlike previous years, SPAD wear is available for immediate purchase – meaning you can try-on, purchase, and walk-away with your clothing in one stop.  SPAD students Calder Lyons, Chad Mallory, Clayton Lewis, and Isak Moen have compiled the information below. For more information, please contact a member of Student Council. Student Council and Bauer have worked together to produce a wide variety of clothing that suit both men and women, that are sure to impress. Here are some of the highlights: The SPAD Colloquia Polo  Perfect for representing your program both on the golf course and in the ...