When it opens in September 2018, Seneca's new CITE building will be a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, as well as mechatronics and mechanical engineering technology programs. Read more about the building and how it will impact #SenecaHELIX participants: [ Tgam.ca Link ]
#DYK: Our six-week SciComm program features science journalists like Jim Handman and Hannah Hoag, who teach science-disciplined graduates how to share their research with wider audiences. Learn more and apply today: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Congratulations to last night's #InspiredSpaces Industry Choice award winner Andrea Gilpin, who created this one-of-a-kind tabletop for a theoretical Kate Spade event. Andrea and her classmates in the other Event Management — Event and Exhibit Design program blew the judges and industry guests away with their impressive creative visions and attention to detail. Check out more photos from the... View details ⇨
Scientific knowledge can be difficult to share with audiences other than the science community. We encourage #STEM grads to apply to our 6-week SciComm program to learn how to effectively communicate their research: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Congratulations to The Seneca Summer Animation Institute, TIFF and Toronto Symphony Orchestra on the upcoming premiere of this entertaining animated short called "DAM! The Story of Kit the Beaver." The film is set to premiere at Roy Thomson Hall before touring across Canada, and we couldn't be more #SenecaProud.
#DYK: Our six-week SciComm program is now accepting applications for May. If you're a scientist looking to become a better writer, storyteller, and digitally engaged communicator, this program is for you. Learn more about how we can help you better share your scientific research: [ Bit.ly Link ]