Lectures & Learning Opportunities
Take part in educational events throughout Homecoming weekend.
Bonding to Ceramics and Resin Cements
London, ON The course is designed to update clinicians on the current evidence of effectively bonding resin composites and resin cements to ceramics.
Engineering Research Talks
London, ON Miss those engineering lectures? Please join us for two ten minute talks highlighting innovative research followed by a ten minute Q&A.
Schulich Medicine & Dentistry's Homecoming Community Lecture
London, ON Burnout is a major issue in the medical and dental profession. Join us for a thought-provoking panel discussion that explores how it is affecting students and trainees, physicians and patients.
Schulich Medicine & Dentistry's Dean's Distinguished Lecture
London, ON Dr. Danyaal Raza, MD’09 has been selected as the recipient of this year’s Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Award. Join us for his lecture, The unfinished business of Medicare: the fight for prescription drugs.
FIMS Homecoming 2019: Media Arts
London, ON This year for Homecoming FIMS will welcome back four alumni to share their media art careers in a diversity of forms and contexts. Our talented alumni will reflect upon and illustrate their practice in a panel moderated by Professor Norma Coates.
Ivey Lecture Series
London, ON It’s no surprise that Ivey’s Programs have strategically evolved over the years to remain highly competitive – but what’s changed?
For Home and Native Land - A Documentary
London, ON Join Michael Milde, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, for a special viewing of the documentary “For Home and Native Land.” Produced by students in the School for Advanced Studies in the Arts and Humanities in 2019, this film explores the role of Indigenous soldiers from Southwestern Ontario in the First World War.
Health Studies Homecoming: Celebrating 10 years as a School
London, ON Please join Dr. Dan Belliveau, Director, School of Health Studies and faculty members as they discuss “Innovating Health Across Life”. There will be three 10-minute talks and a 5-minute Q&A. That will be followed by an open Q&A.