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Receive help with first and second year math courses, including Calculus I to IV, Statistics, Statistical Inference, Linear Algebra I and II, Applied Linear Algebra, Set Theory, etc. FREE! No appointment necessary, just walk in. The Math Peer Tutors will be in The Zone, Rm. 102, McKenzie Bldg. on their scheduled slots (see link below). Math Peer Tutor Schedule – Winter 2020

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Receive help with first and second year math courses, including Calculus I to IV, Statistics, Statistical Inference, Linear Algebra I and II, Applied Linear Algebra, Set Theory, etc. FREE! No appointment necessary, just walk in. The Math Peer Tutors will be in The Zone, Rm. 102, McKenzie Bldg. on their scheduled slots (see link below). Math Peer Tutor Schedule – Winter 2020

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Receive help with first and second year math courses, including Calculus I to IV, Statistics, Statistical Inference, Linear Algebra I and II, Applied Linear Algebra, Set Theory, etc. FREE! No appointment necessary, just walk in. The Math Peer Tutors will be in The Zone, Rm. 102, McKenzie Bldg. on their scheduled slots (see link below). Math Peer Tutor Schedule – Winter 2020

Find out more »## Community forum: Third-party reporting of sexual assault

Brandon University will welcome community agencies and interested members of the public for a forum to discuss the new third-party reporting option for incidents of sexual assault. The forum is being organized by the John Howard Society, and all are welcome to attend, although there is limited space. Third-party reporting is an option for survivors of sexualized violence who want to report what happened to them to the authorities, including the police, in a less formal way. They can report…

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## Public Reading: Eliza Robertson

Eliza Robertson Canadian author Eliza Robertson will stop at Brandon University next week for a public reading, followed by a question-and-answer session. Robertson is the author of the award-winning short story collection Wallflowers, acclaimed first novel Demi-Gods and newly released children’s book Spur: A Wolf’s Story. Wallflowers was shortlisted for the East Anglia Book Award, the Danuta Gleed Short Story Prize, and selected as a New York Times Editor's Choice. Demi-Gods was a Globe & Mail and National Post book…

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## Public Event: “Canada’s Amazing Ecosystems: From Temperate Rainforests to Grasslands”

Brandon University invites you to join environmental activist Ken Wu of the Endangered Ecosystems Alliance and world renowned conservation biologist Dr. Reed Noss for informative and inspiring presentations on the science, geography, and politics of protecting nature in Canada as we commence 2020, the year in which an unprecedented focus on biodiversity conservation by the international community will take place. The public event is scheduled for Monday, Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. in Theatre B of the Brodie Science Building.…

Find out more »## Brandon University Indigenous New Music Festival 2020

building intercultural understanding, partnerships and mutual respect The BU Indigenous NMF will include concerts, lectures, talks and workshops. Pro Series BU Indigenous NMF concerts Tuesday, February 11 @ 7:30 p.m. in the Lorne Watson Recital Hall Wednesday, February 12 @ 7:30 p.m. in the Lorne Watson Recital Hall Concerts will feature Cris Derksen, a two-spirit Juno Award-nominated Cree cellist and composer, and Melody McKiver, Anishinaabe musician, violist, media artist, grass dancer and arts educator; The Brandon University New Music Ensemble…

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## Families’ Experiences Living with Acquired Brain Injury

Brandon University and the Brandon Public Library have partnered on a series of public talks, bringing local BU research to the community. Join us on Thursday, February 13 to hear from Jane Karpa, in Psychiatric Nursing. Her presentation is called "An Odyssey: Families’ Experiences Living with Acquired Brain Injury.” Refreshments will be provided by Sabor Latino. The talks are arranged monthly through the academic year, and are held on Thursday evenings, starting at 7 p.m. Each is supported by a…

Find out more »## Louis Riel Day Fun Family Celebration

Brandon University (BU) will be the site of the Louis Riel Day Fun Family Celebration, presented by Grand Valley Local. The event will include face painting, jigging, live music and free refreshments.

Find out more »## Bystander Training

Bringing in the Bystander: A Prevention Workshop for Establishing a Community of Responsibility ®, developed at the University of New Hampshire, and first used in Canada by the University of Windsor, is a workshop designed to encourage participants to see themselves as bystanders who might safely intervene to prevent a sexual assault before it occurs. The format uses recognition of inappropriate behavior, skill building, asking for a commitment to intervene and role modeling what to do. Participants learn the importance…

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## Responding to Disclosures

This workshop will explore the myths surrounding sexual assault and how these myths increase confusion surrounding sexual assault. The prevalence of sexual assault on Canadian University campuses is explored and participants will learn about trauma responses that will help explain some of the survivor reactions you may come across. Finally, best response practices and how best to support an individual who has experienced sexual assault on our campus will be demonstrated. Participants will get an opportunity to role play the…

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## Living and Working Together: Jane Jacobs on City Planning and Ethics

Brandon University and the Brandon Public Library have partnered on a series of public talks, bringing local BU research to the community. Join us on Thursday, March 19 to hear from BU Vice President Dr. Steve Robinson, and Elisabeth Saftiuk from the Brandon Downtown Development Corporation. Their joint presentation is called “People Living and Working Together: Jane Jacobs on City Planning and Ethics.” Refreshments will be provided by Komfort Kitchen. The talks are arranged monthly through the academic year, and…

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