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The Brain Dialogues Featuring Dr. Gabe Nespoli

Posted on: November 21, 2018 by THEMUSEUM

The Neuroscience of Groove February 20, 2019 The fourth instalment in the Brain Dialogue Series is all about music! Music has a long history that is richly associated with movement. Mothers sing while rocking their infants, marching bands step together while they play, and concert-goers bop and sway with the music and one-another. Music can […]

The Brain Dialogues: Jake Robinet

Posted on: November 7, 2018 by THEMUSEUM

LEARN HOW YOUR BRAIN REALLY WORKS, AND HOW TO USE IT TO ENRICH YOUR LIFE January 9, 2018 Learn how your brains really work, and how this knowledge can best be used to improve almost every aspect of life! Jake Robinet explains what tangible things we can do every day to drastically improve our ability […]

The Brain Dialogues: Lin Haag

Posted on: November 7, 2018 by THEMUSEUM

TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY 101: UNDERSTANDING THE BASICS AND HOW TO HELP December 5, 2018 Traumatic brain injury (TBI), is a leading cause of disability in Canada and is more prevalent than breast cancer, spinal cord injury, HIV/AIDS, and multiple sclerosis combined. Despite its prevalence, a lack of knowledge and understanding of TBI often leads to […]

Brain Dialogues: Ben Fanelli

Posted on: November 7, 2018 by THEMUSEUM

BUILDING A RESILIENT MIND November 7, 2018 The Brain Dialogues and Workshops series begins with Ben Fanelli, an ex-Ontario Hockey League captain, brain injury survivor, philanthropist, and podcast host. Ben will share his story: he woke up in the hospital, was told his brain was bleeding and that he was lucky to be alive. His […]

Youth Council

Posted on: August 31, 2018 by THEMUSEUM

THEMUSEUM is inviting students in Grade 8-12 to find, nurture and express their voice. This youth-led leadership program is focused on arts and culture, and provides the opportunity to develop necessary life skills, including confidence and leadership, in a safe and accessible space. Monthly meetings, running from October to June, will foster teamwork, accountability and […]

Show Me The Money!

Posted on: July 30, 2018 by THEMUSEUM

Financial Literacy Session You work hard at your summer job to earn some cash… but now what? Join us at THEMUSEUM for a hands-on personal finance workshop, just for teens. Learn about budgeting, saving and money management from industry professionals.   Don’t forget to visit our summer exhibition Decoding E-money to learn about the future […]

All About Blockchains and Cryptocurrency

Posted on: July 24, 2018 by THEMUSEUM

Have you been hearing the words cryptocurrency and blockchains and wondering what it all means? Do you want to learn how it impacts your community? Your career? Experts at THEMUSEUM will be answering all those questions – and more – with our Dialogue Series! The basics of the industry, explained – as a panel of […]

Male Allies Training Session

Posted on: March 23, 2018 by THEMUSEUM

Want to learn more about the role of men in ending sexual and gender-based violence? Male Allies, a program of the Sexual Assault Centre of Waterloo Region (SASC), is offering a free, introductory community workshop to have a constructive and open dialogue. We will talk about gender, masculinity, sexual violence and bystander intervention. We will […]

INTERACTION Dialogues: Navigating a Landscape of ‘Data Shadows’ with Peter Johnson

Posted on: February 14, 2018 by THEMUSEUM

Location: Communitech 151 Charles St W, #100 Kitchener, ON N2G 1H6 RSVP Required Pay What You Can with a suggested $10 Donation In a world of connected streams of real-time data, new ways of representing the world around us have emerged. Join us with University of Waterloo Associate Professor of Geography, Peter Johnson, as he […]

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