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Stay connected with events and resources that are available to you through the Laurier community whether it be at our campuses and locations, or from the comfort of your own home. 

For a full listing of upcoming events, visit our events calendar.

Entertainment and Events

  • Milton Lecture Series: Presentations represent the current research and analysis of members of different faculties, departments and programs at Laurier.
  • Elevating Laurier Leaders: Register for virtual events featuring topics on Imposter Syndrome, Negotiations, Building Community by Supporting Local.
  • Inspiring Conversations webinars: A series designed to demonstrate topically-relevant research and expertise from Laurier faculty, staff and alumni.
  • Podcasts: Tune into a Laurier podcast series from the comfort of your own home.
  • Faculty of Music performances: Engage with our ensembles and faculty performances from the comfort of your home.

Learning at Home

Laurier has long supported its public role of bringing knowledge and thinking outside of the classroom.

  • Lecture series: Many lectures, talks and seminars that the university hosts are open to the public, including several annual lecture series that you can look forward to every year.
  • Science literacy: Access the popular YouTube channel to increase science literacy and help address global challenges hosted by Laurier graduate Kurtis Baute (BA '12).
  • Professional development webinars: Access the Maintain your Brain professional development webinars.
  • Essential Self Care and Resilience course: Laurier's online course offered by the Centre for Public Safety and Well-Being.
  • Lifelong Learning at Home: A free series featuring pre-recorded lectures from well-known Laurier faculty and community experts.
  • Educator's guides: WLU Press' free educator's guides for books in the Indigenous Studies Series designed for use in Indigenous Studies and English courses in Ontario High schools and also provide support for teachers at college and university levels.

Contact Us:

Matthew Grills, Director, Government and Community Relations