October 30, 2009
The university Remembrance Day Service and wreath-laying will take place Nov. 11 at 1 pm at the Memorial Gates. A reception will follow at Browsers'.
Being in the Waiting Time — Both Gift and Challenge will be held Nov. 21 at Queen's House of Retreats, 601 Taylor St. East. The retreat day is sponsored by the Ecumenical Chaplaincy (Anglican, Presbyterian, United). For more information, contact Ursula Wiig at 966-8500.
The university's fourth annual Technology Week ends Oct. 30. For details of the week's activities, go to www.usask.ca/technologyweek
The Golden Key International Honour Society new member recognition ceremony will take place Nov. 8 at 2 pm in Arts 241 (Neatby-Timlin Theatre) with a reception to follow at the Faculty Club.
Application forms are available for the University Conference Fund's March 1 deadline. The fund supports events promoting research, teaching, student scholarship, outreach and enhanced administrative performance. Information and forms are available on the vice-president academic website.
Bishop Rodney Andrew will be honored for his contribution to the life and work of the Anglican Church with an Honourary Doctor of Divinity degree from the College of Emmanuel and St. Chad. The degree will be presented at a special convocation Eucharist Nov. 10 at 7 pm. at Christ Chapel, 114 Seminary Cres. with a reception to follow.
Business Advisory Services at the Edwards School of Business and the U of S present a Women of Influence breakfast event Nov. 3, 7:30-9 am at TCU Place. Speakers include Shirley Ryan, executive director, NSBA, Tammy Cook-Searson, chief, Lac La Ronge Indian Band, and The Honourable Lynda Haverstock, president of Tourism Saskatchewan. For tickets, call 966-8686.
Office of Communications, University of Saskatchewan