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Throwback is Carleton University’s Homecoming—a celebration of all that was, is and is yet to be from the brilliant minds that make up Carleton University. This is Carleton’s fourth annual Throwback in celebrating the past and inviting everyone back to campus for numerous events between September 12th-17th (http://alumni.carleton.ca/throwback/). This year Men’s Soccer will be a

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Joe Leafloor Cup

Join the Carleton football community at the 2016 Ravens Panda Golf Tournament! All participants will receive Ravens memorabilia. There are many great prizes to be won and a silent auction during dinner. Limited space is available, so make sure to register now! When: Friday, September 30, 2016 Where: Manderley on the Green Golf Course 5920

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2016 Panda Golf Tournament

CENTRE FOR MODERN TURKISH STUDIES, NORMAN PATERSON SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, CARLETON UNIVERSITY (In collaboration with the Council of Turkish Canadians) 2016/2017 MTS PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES Talk by TAREQ ISMAEL Professor of Political Science, University of Calgary TURKISH DEMOCRACY: REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE FAILED COUP 19 September 2016, 2:30pm – 5:00pm River Building,

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Turkish Democracy: Regional and International Implications of the Failed Coup

Join us for a special screening of Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette, an evocative retelling of France’s iconic but ill-fated last queen, in conjunction with the exhibition “Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun (1755–1842)” . Following the screening, there will be an onstage conversation between Paul Lang, Deputy Director and Chief Curator at the National Gallery of

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Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette: Fact or Fiction. Onstage conversation between Paul Lang and Andre Loiselle

Every year, on the first Saturday after Labour Day in September, the Old Ottawa South community holds its annual “porch” sale. Over the years, this event has gained widespread popularity and garage “salers” from all over the region travel to the neighbourhood in search of that special treasure. It is also a popular event with

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Old Ottawa South Porch Sale 2016

Please join us at the 4th annual Faculty of Science Student Alumni Mixer. Each fall, our faculty hosts this special event specifically for science students with a panel of alumni guests. This signature event will take place during Carleton’s fall homecoming. The formal program will begin with the Presidents opening remarks and will include 4

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The FOURTH ANNUAL Science Student Alumni Mixer!

This 3 hour training course will provide general information regarding Health and Safety practices and considerations required when working with bio-hazardous materials (bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, protozoa, biotoxins etc.) and potentially biohazardous material (blood, mammalian cells lines). This course is mandatory for all persons working with biohazardous materials.

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BioSafety Training

The LabSafety training course provides general information regarding the health and safety practices and considerations required for working in a laboratory environment. There is focus on hazardous chemicals and university policies for lab workers. This course is mandatory for all persons working in a research laboratory environment.

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LabSafety training

The LabSafety training course provides general information regarding the health and safety practices and considerations required for working in a laboratory environment. There is focus on hazardous chemicals and university policies for lab workers. This course is mandatory for all persons working in a research laboratory environment.

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LabSafety Training

First Aid training is provided on campus for University employees, as part of the Designated First Aider Program. Training courses are conducted by a recognized service provider, the Canadian Group Emergency Training (CGET). The First Aid training provided is a one day “Emergency Level” training with CPR. Who should attend? Full-time permanent employees designated as

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Emergency First Aid and CPR Training

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