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COMMUNICATIONS BULLETIN

June 21, 2011
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Optical Fibre Maintenance - TONIGHT June 21

Network Operations will be performing optical fibre maintenance this evening.
Internet, network, and phone services will be affected:

Date: Tuesday, June 21
Time: 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Location: Paterson Library (4th and 5th floors ONLY)

Please direct all inquiries and questions to the Network Operations team at noc@lakeheadu.ca.


Lakehead Researchers Receive NSERC Funding

Lakehead University researchers have received funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) through a number of NSERC grant programs.

To learn more, read Lakehead Researchers Awarded NSERC Grants 


Lake Tamblyn Terrace Pathway Access Closed - June 22 to 24

Access to the terrace along Lake Tamblyn, between the University Centre and Prettie Residence, will be closed between Wednesday, June 22, and Friday, June 24, to complete the pathway restoration. Pedestrians can access Residence by the roadway adjacent to the parking lots.

Please direct all questions to Diane Michieli-Pedwysocki at 807-343-8962 or at dmichiel@lakeheadu.ca.


Centre for Northern Studies Member Publishes New Book

The Centre for Northern Studies (CNS) is pleased to announce the release of Ronald Harpelleā€™s latest book on comparative international development. Long-Term Solutions for a Short-Term World: Canada and Research for Development, edited by Dr. Harpelle and Dr. Bruce Muirhead, demonstrates the complexity of the challenges that poor countries face and introduces the readers to the concept and impact of participatory research for development.

For a full synopsis and reviews of Dr. Harpelle's book, published through the Wilfred-Laurier UP, click here.

Visit the CNS website to browse its full book catalogue, or to find information on how to order CNS books online.


Smudging Advisory Thunder Bay Campus: July Dates in Bora Laskin

Please be advised that the Native Language Instructors' Program will be smudging in the Bora Laskin Building with traditional medicines sage, sweet grass, tobacco, and cedar on the following days in July:

Date:

Location:

Time:

Monday, July 4 

Auditorium

9:00 am

Thursday, July 7 

Room 2030

9:00 am

Tuesday, July 12 

Room 2031

4:45 pm

Wednesday, July 13 

Auditorium

4:45 pm

Tuesday, July 19 

Room 2031

4:45 pm

Wednesday, July 20 

Auditorium

4:45 pm

Tuesday, July 26 

Room 2031

4:45 pm

Wednesday, July 27 

Auditorium

4:45 pm

Friday, July 29 

Auditorium

9:30 am

Please direct questions and concerns to Diane Maybee at 807-343-8542.