"Science Olympics is an excellent way to engage students in science, engineering and math while introducing them to Lakehead University," said Dr.
Andrew Dean, Dean of the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies.
Read More about Lakehead's Dean of the Faculty of Law, Lee Stuesser, has proposed a new course that will be an enhancement to the new law program’s first year curriculum.
Read More about (Friday, March 8, 2013 – Thunder Bay, ON) The Lakehead University Native Student Association (LUNSA) is hosting its annual powwow at the C. Sanders Fieldhouse from Friday, March 15 to Sunday, March 17, 2013.
This year's theme is Celebrating 25 Years of Powwow at Lakehead University.
"The LUNSA association executive is commemorating 25 years by kicking off the powwow season with this celebration," said Sarah Nelson, LUNSA President.
Read More about (March 8, 2013 – Thunder Bay, ON) After over two years of development, meetings and consultations with the University community and its various stakeholders, Lakehead's Board of Governors proudly approved the final draft of the University's Strategic Plan for 2013-2018.
Other speakers include Juli Abouchar, a Partner in Willms and Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP; and Professor of Human Geography, Dr. Read More about Lakehead University's upcoming Science Olympics Northwestern Ontario will be a great opportunity for curious high school students to learn through doing, with help from professors and university students running the exciting events.Local and regional students from grades 9 to 12 will work in groups to solve fun challenges that apply their knowledge of science and engineering in creative ways.