Library to receive solar wall and energy upgrades as part of Sustainable Energy Management Initiative
Wilfrid Laurier University is embarking on a sustainable energy management initiative that will include solar wall installations, system upgrades and an energy audit at the university’s facilities in Waterloo and Brantford.
Renovations will begin April 25. On the Waterloo campus, both the Laurier Library and Bricker Residence will see the installation of a solar wall, in addition to interior upgrades of the mechanical and electrical systems. On the Brantford campus, Grand River Hall will see upgrades to its mechanical and electrical systems.
The Library Undergraduate Research Award committee has announced this year's award winners.
The Library Undergraduate Research Awards are given to recognize undergraduate students who demonstrate exceptional use of any library's resources as part of their regular coursework. For more information on the awards, including details on applying, click here: http://library.wlu.ca/about/awards
Here are this year's award recipients:
First Place ($350) – Ryan Orr
Wilfrid Laurier University is closed Thursday, March 24, due to severe winter weather. This closure includes the university’s Waterloo and Brantford campuses, the Faculty of Social Work building in Kitchener, and the Toronto office. Click here for more information.
The Robert Langen Art Gallery and Wilfrid Laurier University Library are pleased to announce the official launch of Fatima Garzan's art installation, The Space Between Your Thoughts. This installation invites viewers to explore the visual power of the language of pattern, repetition and form.
The Laurier Archives is pleased to announce the winner of the 2016 Joan Mitchell Travel Award. Christine Grossutti is a PhD candidate in the Department of Geography at Queen’s University. The primary focus of Ms. Grossutti’s research is the development of Biosphere Reserves in Canada.