The Distinguished Visitors Series is a series of presentations ranging on different topics from the business, information technology and humanities communities. The Series was inaugurated in January 2011 and on a monthly basis a speaker from one of the communities will be invited to speak. These events will be open to the public. Please register early to ensure your seat at this event.
For more information or to RSVP to reserve your seat, please contact Lynda Kuit (Tel. 604-648-4461) or email email@example.com by February 11, 2014.
Topic: “To Be Announced”
February 12, 2014 at 4:00 pm in Room 130
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Topic: “Diaries of a Public Health Inspector”
Rabbi Chalom Loeub
Topic: “Judaism and the Individual, How a Jew Relates to the World”
Topic: “How to Communicate with Impact”
Bassam Al Kuwatli
Topic: “Syria — Freedom vs. Stability”
Mihran Nazaretyan, MD, Ph.D and Dr. S.M., M.P.H.A
Topic: “Perspectives on Global Health: Introduction and Overview”
Juliane Okot Bitek
Essayist, free-lance writer, and poet
Topic: Poetry Reading
Consul General of Greece,
Topic: Debt crisis in the EU: the case of (for) Greece
Prof. Laks V.S. Lakshmanan
Computer Science, University of British Columbia
Topic: "Data Mining for Social Networks"