Are you interested to learn more about engineering and what it means to be an engineer? On September 25th, four engineers from Vanier will be present to discuss their experiences in their respective engineering fields. All students are welcome to attend and are strongly encouraged to engage with the panelists and ask questions.
Congratulations to Naznin Khanmohamed who was randomly selected as the winner of the $50 book-store gift card.
Tutor of the Month: April
Congratulations to Patrick Dupuis-Dufresne, who is April's tutor of the month!
Science, on tourne!
Congratulations to AJ Alapakkam Govindaraj, Justin Marchand, and Marco Peixeiro who ranked 18th out of 38 Cégeps at the provincial competition with a score of 642.
Thank you to all the students who participated in Science, on tourne! and a big congratulations to this year's winners.
Greatest Score: AJ Alapakkam Govindaraj, Justin Marchand, and Marco Peixeiro Engineering & Design: Maria Kurtidis, Megan Phillips, and Su Ming Paquette Best Communication Skills: Eric Vuong and Elena Aivaliklis Best use of Recycled Materials: Enass Al, Fatima Boulmalf, and Tamar Sawatsky Creativity: Kevin Bergamin and Jamie Ping
Winner of the Chess Tournament
Congratulations to the April 24th, 2013 chess champion: Mohammad Lajevardi. See pictures here.
Robotics Club: Vanier Wins 2nd overall!
Congratulations to the Vanier Robotics Club who stormed into the 2nd place standing. The Vanier team also won the following awards:
2nd place: Competition score
3rd place: Video production
3rd place: Web design & web journalism
3rd place: Sportsmanship
Important Notice about Opening & Closing Hours
Since the Math & Science Centre is accessible through the Library, we share nearly similar opening and closing hours.
Please take note and respect the following hours of operation:
Jiajun Wang, a graduating Pure and Applied Honours Science student, has once again placed Vanier on the map with his stellar performance in the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Competition, held by the University of Sherbrooke. Jiajun's high score earned him 1st place in Quebec, out of 100 participants, and ranked him number 3 in Canada out of 842 students.
Over his years at Vanier, Jiajun has placed 1st in Quebec for the Canadian Open Mathematics Challenge, 1st in the Association Mathematics du Quebec's competition, and has placed 1st in Vanier for numerous other competitions. Congratulations Jiajun!