Update: Douglas College meeting cancelled this week; Kaleidoscope Meetings at UBC are still on

Hi everyone,

Hope your first week went well!

Update: the Kaleidoscope meeting at Douglas College is cancelled tomorrow (Wednesday, September 16th).

Both Kaleidoscope meetings are happening this week and are as follows:

UBC:

Time: Tuesdays 5-6pm
Wednesdays 12-1pm

Location: UBC in BUCH B307 (click here for directions and information)
Click for map: Room 307 Buchanan Building Block B 1866 Main Mall V6T 1Z1

Please email us at info@the-kaleidoscope.com if you have any questions.

All the best for week #2!

Careers Information Night for Mental Health & Neurology on March 21st from 5:30-7:30pm in BUCH A102

Come listen to professionals in mental health and professors/researchers in neuroscience at UBC talk about their fields and ask questions! FREE admission for members of UBC Neurology Club or MHAC, $3 for non-members and food provided!

http://www.facebook.com/events/452482394823017/

RSVP HERE: http://bit.ly/167lDBA

Date: Thursday, March 21st, 2013
Time: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Location: Buchanan A102
Admission: FREE ($3 for non-members)

“In collaboration with the UBC Neurology club, we present to you an evening aimed to help you explore your potential career options in mental health or neurology after graduation. This event will feature a panel of special guest speakers who are experts in their respective field and a networking session to give you the opportunity to engage with these individuals.

Some of our guest speakers include:
– Dr. Kurt Haas, assistant professor in neuroscience. His research has touched various realms including schizophrenia, autism and epilepsy.
– Dr. Catherine Rankin, a psychology professor in behavioural neuroscience. Her research is focused on understanding how experience changes the nervous system, using a model system to study the effects of experience early in development on adult behavior and the nervous system, in addition to adult learning and memory.
– Dr. Michael Souza, undergraduate professor in the Learning Enhancement area of the Department of Psychology. His research interests include the frontal lobes and executive functions, with a particular interest in changes due to age, psychological illness or neurological injury
– Natalie Defreitas, a counsellor from UBC Counselling services. Outside of her work at UBC, she also works as a justice consultant for governments, jails and non-profit organizations.
– Luc Jean-Paul, a student in his first year in the Occupational Therapy Program at UBC. He has volunteered at the special Olympics and enjoys a good game of squash.

Whether you are in your first or fifth year of studies, we encourage all students from different faculties and backgrounds to join us for what will be a lovely evening!”

Dance Show to support Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre and BC Children’s Hospital

 

On Saturday, February 9th, a Dancing for Kids Charity Showcase will be held at the UBC Norm Theatre in the Student Union Building. All of the proceeds from the show will go to BC Children’s Hospital and Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre to promote Dance as physical exercise and physical/mental therapy. Admission: $10; $5 for age 17 and under–> there are no tickets; payment will be made upon admission to the event.Link for Facebook Event Page: http://www.facebook.com/events/345700032192134/