Events Calendar

Office of Research and Graduate Studies Drop-in Coffee Time

A Night of Stories

TWU Refuge Response Initiative Event, “A Night of Stories, featuring Tima Kurdi, refugee advocate, and three Langley-area youth who arrived in Canada as refugees.”

Undergrad Research Academy, Lunch and Learn, “Examining the dominant effects of an Akap200”

Faculty Professional Development Workshop, “A blue-collar academic’s crack at formative assessment: Guiding students through a research proposal assignment”, “How Formative Feedback can Transform Student Learning”

Pre-Med Panel

GENDER STUDIES INSTITUTE EVENT, DR. ABBY DAY, READER IN RACE, FAITH AND CULTURE, ´ GENDER, GENERATION AND THE FUTURE OF CHRISTIANITY: UK/CANADA PERSPECTIVES”

Celebrating Story: “Creative Responses to the Fiction of George MacDonald”

TWU English Department Presents, “Celebrating Story: Creative Responses to the Fiction of George MacDonald”

TWU Faith and Science Club and the TWU Department of Geography and Environment Presents, “The Necessity of Death”

TWEA Earth Week and the TWU Department of Geography and Environment Presents, Star Gazing

TWEA Earth Week and the TWU Department of Geography and Environment Presents, Community Garden Tour

TWU Faith and Science Club and the TWU Department of Geography and Environment Presents, “Adam and the Genome: An Evening with Dennis Venema and Scot McKnight”

Nursing Networking Café, Landa Terblanche, "Transitioning from Student to RN"

TWEA Earth Week and the TWU Department of Geography and Environment Presents, “Earthtones”

TWU Faith and Science Club and the TWU Department of Geography and Environment Presents, “Adam and the Genome: An Evening with Dennis Venema and Scot McKnight”

Art + Design Alumni Exhibition: Bayit/Lament

Office of Research and Graduate Studies Drop-in Coffee Time

Launch of the Department of Geography and Environment, “Saving the Whales in the 21st Century”

Undergrad Research Academy, Lunch and Learn

TWEA Earth Week and the TWU Department of Geography and Environment Presents, “Planet Earth: Oceans Deep”

Artist Talk: Lisa Nickel

TWEA Earth Week and the TWU Department of Geography and Environment Presents, Mighty McMillian Lake Rafting Race

TWEA Earth Week and the TWU Department of Geography and Environment Presents, Movie Night, “Relaxnation”

Seasons of Life & Landscape: Choir Concert

Inaugural Lecture: Herbert Tsang “Approaching the Unsolvable Problems Using Nature-Inspired Computational Models”

Master of Science in Nursing Application deadline for May 2017 start

Office of Research and Graduate Studies Drop-in Coffee Time

Inaugural Lecture: Kent Clarke

disPLACE: Refugee Stories in Their Own Words

disPLACE: Refugee Stories in Their Own Words

MB Seminary Presents, Ministry Lift, “Medical Assistance in Dying”, Gloria Woodland

disPLACE: Refugee Stories in Their Own Words

disPLACE: Refugee Stories in Their Own Words

disPLACE: Refugee Stories in Their Own Words

disPLACE: Refugee Stories in Their Own Words

Faculty Professional Development Workshop, “Guiding Meaningful Discussions to Improve Learning”

New Testament Exegesis (ACTS), Special Lecture, Dr. Steve Runge, “Recent Attempts to Understand the Aspect and Discourse Functions of Perfect Tense Forms in the New Testament”

TWU Human Resources Presents, “Faith, Life and Leadership: The Power of Story”

International Woman's Day Special Event

SFU’s Philosophers’ Café & Inklings Institute of Canada/Department of English Event, “Mythology and Science: Intersections”

Office of Research and Graduate Studies Drop-in Coffee Time

Undergrad Research Academy, Lunch and Learn

Faculty Professional Development, “Preparing for Tenure and Promotion”

Linguistics Colloquium (CanIL), Danny Foster, “English is Now Indeed the Language of the World”

CAN AM Flag Football

SAMC Theatre + SAMC Music present Jane Eyre: The Musical

Graduate Art Exhibition: Passages

MSN Thesis Defence: “Professional Development of Nursing Leaders: A Case Study of Canadian Nurses Association Presidents”

Office of Research and Graduate Studies Drop-in Coffee Time

Undergraduate Research Academy, Lunch and Learn, “Predatory Open Access Publishing”

Book Launch, Dr. Sara Pearson, “Celebrating Charlotte Bronte: Transforming Life into Literature in Jane Eyre”

Annual Mel Smith Lecture, Tony Lanigan, “Moving People to Move Public Policy”

Institute of Christian Apologetics Presents, ‘Fireside Apologetics: “Why do People Stop Believing?” (Langley)

Graduate Art Exhibition: Opening Reception

CAN-AM Hockey Game

Faculty + Friends Recital Series: A Baroque Trio Afternoon

Office of Research and Graduate Studies Drop-in Coffee Time

Theology Symposium: “Philosophy, Language and the Possibility of Theology”, Dr. Archie Spencer

Religious Decline and Polarization

Religion in Canada Institute Presents, “Why Canadians Aren’t Going to Church and What That Means for Evangelical Christians in Canada”

Institute of Christian Apologetics Presents, ‘Fireside Apologetics: “Why do People Stop Believing?” (Richmond)

HKIN Annual Dodgeball Event

Religion in Canada Institute Presents for TWU Faculty “Bag Lunch: “Is Canada Becoming More Religiously Polarized”

Religious Decline and Polarization

Clubs & Club Teams Banquet

2017 Canadian Association of Physicists Lecture Series

Art + Design Exhibition: Gillian Armitage

Research and Graduate Studies Coffee Time

3 Minute Thesis Competition

SAMC Art + Design Exhibition Opening Reception and Artist Talk: “Gillian Armitage”

Institute of Indigenous Issues and Perspectives, “My Journey to Metis Identity”

NW Baptist Seminary Presents, EMS Conference, “Engaging Theology from the Majority World”

Tennis Tournament

Choir Concert: For God So Loved the World

Inaugural Lecture, Myron Penner

Tuition Payment

Concert Band + Orchestra

HKIN Annual Deans Brunch

Softball Game

Concert Band + Orchestra

24 Hour Theatre

Choir Concert: Dance for Joy

Cinergy Showcase

Acting Showcase

 

Upcoming Events

Graduate Art Exhibition: Passages

White Rock

Research and Graduate Studies Coffee Time

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