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  • Celebrate Graduate Studies Week
    Feb 26th to March 2nd
    Whether you're a third year student just exploring options, a fourth year student just thinking about it, or you have already applied -
    come explore our learning spaces, talk to our professors, hear from current students, and get a feel for how awesome Kingston is to live in as a graduate student.
    Registration is FREE!
  • Ask questions, seek answers,
    advance care
    and inspire change
    Improving the health and well-being of our population
    through educating and training exceptional health science
    professionals
  • Building Better Together - OTs & Engineers
    A poster event of an amazing collaboration between Occupational Therapy and Engineering. Students work with older adults in the community to
    design assistive technologies.
  • 19th Annual Travill Debate
    Topic: A Women in Medicine Program is Not Needed in 2017
    Debating Yea: - Roya Abdmoulaie, Meds 2020 - Dr. Romy Nitsch Debating
    Debating Nay: - Daniel Huang, Meds 2021 - Dr. Mala Joneja
  • A million thanks to our staff
    Last Thursday, Principal Woolf held his annual Staff Appreciation event at the ARC, where he handed out eight Special
    Recognition for Staff Awards. This year, those of us in the Faculty of Health Sciences were proud to learn that three of our
    outstanding staff members were being recognized by the principal this year: Sandra Turcotte, from the School of Rehabilitation Therapy,
    and Wendy Cumpson and Pamela Livingston, from the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences (pictured together above).

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