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Littératie financière

Des études ont démontré que le bien-être financier est étroitement lié au bien-être physique et mental. Joignez-vous à Tarek Kassem, directeur du Laboratoire de recherche financière, pour en apprendre davantage sur ce sujet trop souvent négligé. Dans cette présentation, nous passerons en revue l’ABC du bien-être financier, des finances personnelles, des dettes, de l’immobilier, des cartes de crédit et des investissements.

Français
Date: 
mardi 29 janvier 2019 à 10 h 30 11 h 30
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Financial litteracy

Studies have shown that financial literacy is strongly linked to  physical and mental wellbeing. Join Tarek Kassem, Manager of the Financial Research Lab, to learn more about this often-neglected topic. We will review the basics of financial wellness, personal finance, debt, real estate, credit cards and investing. We will show you how to analyze expenses and how to become a savvy consumer, along with budgeting tips and tricks to help you take control of your personal finances.

Anglais
Date: 
mardi, 29 janvier 2019 - 10:30 am11:30 am
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Leadership mondial sur l'économie circulaire (Anglais)

The world needs pioneering solutions to ensure that economic growth and increased well-being are no longer based on the wasteful use and discarding of natural resources. The ideal circular economy is a closed loop in which items are designed for shareability, durability, repair and reuse; where pollution is designed out of the system, and used materials flow back in as valuable inputs, rather than out, as waste. In a circular economy, the foundation for earnings will be in the provision of services and digital solutions, rather than product offerings.

Welcoming Address

Français
Sous-titre: 
How Finland and Canada are Moving Towards a Sustainable, Profitable, Low-waste Future
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mercredi 12 décembre 2018 à 15 h 00 16 h 30
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Global Leadership on the Circular Economy

The world needs pioneering solutions to ensure that economic growth and increased well-being are no longer based on the wasteful use and discarding of natural resources. The ideal circular economy is a closed loop in which items are designed for shareability, durability, repair and reuse; where pollution is designed out of the system, and used materials flow back in as valuable inputs, rather than out, as waste. In a circular economy, the foundation for earnings will be in the provision of services and digital solutions, rather than product offerings.

Welcoming Address

Anglais
Sous-titre: 
How Finland and Canada are Moving Towards a Sustainable, Profitable, Low-waste Future
Date: 
mercredi, 12 décembre 2018 - 3:00 pm4:30 pm
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Global Leadership on the Circular Economy

The world needs pioneering solutions to ensure that economic growth and increased well-being are no longer based on the wasteful use and discarding of natural resources. The ideal circular economy is a closed loop in which items are designed for shareability, durability, repair and reuse; where pollution is designed out of the system, and used materials flow back in as valuable inputs, rather than out, as waste. In a circular economy, the foundation for earnings will be in the provision of services and digital solutions, rather than product offerings.

Welcoming Address

Anglais
Sous-titre: 
How Finland and Canada are Moving Towards a Sustainable, Profitable, Low-waste Future
Date: 
mercredi, 12 décembre 2018 - 3:00 pm4:30 pm
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Altitude - Réaliser et rédiger une thèse

*Veuillez noter que cet atelier est seulement offert en anglais à ce temps

Les ateliers offerts par Altitude sont réservés exclusivement aux étudiants de maîtrise, de doctorat et aux stagiaires postdoctoraux. Des frais pourraient être exigés en cas d’absence non-motivée.

Français
Date: 
jeudi 14 mars 2019 à 13 h 30 16 h 30
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Altitude - Master's/Ph.D. Thesis Writing

*In English only at this time

Workshops offered by Altitude are reserved exclusively to graduate students, doctoral and postdoctoral fellows. A fee may be charged in case of non-excused absence.

Anglais
Date: 
jeudi, 14 mars 2019 - 1:30 pm4:30 pm
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Altitude - What is Research? Its Life and Components

*In French only at this time

Workshops offered by Altitude are reserved exclusively to graduate students, doctoral and postdoctoral fellows. A fee may be charged in case of non-excused absence.

Who should attend this workshop?  People who are interested in exploring and acquiring essential knowledge on ‘what is research’, it`s environment, it`s structure and more.., all within a discovery and innovation setting!

Anglais
Date: 
mercredi, 23 janvier 2019 - 1:30 pm4:30 pm
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Altitude - Qu'est-ce la recherche? Sa vie et ses composantes

*Veuillez noter que cet atelier est seulement offert en français à ce temps

 

Les ateliers offerts par Altitude sont réservés exclusivement aux étudiants de maîtrise, de doctorat et aux stagiaires postdoctoraux. Des frais pourraient être exigés en cas d’absence non-motivée.

À qui s’adresse cet atelier?   Tous ceux et celles qui sont intéressés (es) à explorer et connaitre ce qu’est la «  Recherche, » son environnement et sa structure!

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Date: 
mercredi 23 janvier 2019 à 13 h 30 16 h 30
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Global Knowledge Society: A Promise in Peril?

Post-truths propagated online diminish trust in science and digital communication of all sorts is leading to a narrowing of perspectives among individuals as well as governments which are focusing increasingly on national over global interests. Is our progress toward a global knowledge society in peril? What barriers exist to globalizing knowledge—old and new? And what are the benefits and risks associated with living in a global knowledge society? 

Opening Remarks

Guy Lévesque, Associate Vice-President, Research Support and Infrastructure, University of Ottawa

Anglais
Date: 
mardi, 11 décembre 2018 - 4:00 pm5:30 pm
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