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Students have given a unanimous thumbs-up to the new course, SCI 4000 The Science Entrepreneurial Mindset! The course aims to provide students with an entrepreneurial toolkit and the confidence to bring their ideas to market. “To say this course exceeded my expectation would be an understatement! I learned many useful techniques. This course is what...
The President’s Student Leadership Program (PSLP) is Manitoba’s premier postsecondary leadership program. It is a unique-in-Canada immersive learning opportunity that brings together a cohort of students each year together from across disciplines, post-secondary institutions, interests, backgrounds and regions of the province to build their leadership potential. PSLP is the flagship program of the James W. Burns...
The Stu Clark New Venture Championships: Undergraduate Edition is open to all post-secondary schools across the globe and students can apply individually or as a team. This competition is an excellent opportunity to bridge classroom learning to real-life experience as students pitch their ideas in front of judges and gain valuable feedback. For more information...
The International Centre is organizing a virtual information session for international students on the subject of obtaining permanent residence in Canada. Students must pre-register for the event using the following link: https://t.co/wksCrIxruk
THIS FRIDAY on Zoom & in person! CANSSI Director Dr. Don Estep presents "Cars, Steaks, and Hurricanes: A Bayesian Approach to Inverse Problems for Random Vectors," May 13, 12–12:45 pm PST, to kick off the CANSSI/SSC Cross-Country Tour. Register here: https://t.co/Vt2x92Is1g
If you would like to know how CANSSI can support your research and work, come to the CANSSI Town Hall on Fri June 17, 10–11 a.m. PST, on Zoom to learn about recent activities and emerging programs. Get the details here: https://t.co/CIyqZp0KVz
THIS FRIDAY! Register for CANSSI director Don Estep's talk on "Cars, Steaks, and Hurricanes: A Bayesian Approach to Inverse Problems for Random Vectors" to kick off the CANSSI/SSC Cross-Country Tour. May 13, 12–12:45pm PST, on Zoom or in person. Details: https://t.co/Vt2x92Is1g
We have a new communications officer at CANSSI. Mark Bachmann joined us at the end of March and will be supporting our national office as well as regional centres and collaborators. Read more about his background here: https://t.co/J2RXwGi9Sw
The CANSSI/@SSC_stat Cross-Country Tour launches on May 13, 12–12:45 pm PST, with @donestep1 @CANSSIINCASS Director presenting on "Cars, Steaks, & Hurricanes: A Bayesian Approach to Inverse Problems for Random Vectors" Register: https://t.co/vmNnq5BI2G @UTM_MCS @BrockUFMS.
Only 1 day remaining to register for the SSC 2022 Case Studies in Data Analysis Poster Competition! It's free to register, and the top team in each of the case studies will receive an award valued at $750. This is an excellent opportunity for students to build their CVs!
Student Poster Competition open to all students at Man. & Sask. universities. Present a poster on stats/data sci. research at the #CANSSIPrairiesSummit on May 24-25. Cash prizes! Info & registration here: https://t.co/UtA0JwJLbA @SSC_stat @usask @UManitoba @uwinnipeg @UofRegina
The CANSSI/SSC Cross-Country Tour is launching on Fri May 13, 12–12:45 pm PST, with @donestep1 @StatsSFU presenting on "Cars, Steaks, and Hurricanes: A Bayesian Approach to Inverse Problems for Random Vectors." Register here: https://t.co/Mfotj0P4wC @SFU @SSC_stat @StatCan_eng