The following is a look ahead at select upcoming events held at SFU Vancouver, for the week of May 9-16, 2014. For the full calendar of events, please visit:
Coming up next week at SFU Vancouver:
Tuesday, May 13
Brain Food- How to Eat Smart
Place: Rm. 1520, Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings St.
Have you ever noticed that when you’re nervous you get “butterflies” in your stomach? Or that some days, your focus or mood seems better than others? Did you ever think that it might have to do with the food you eat?
We now know that the digestive system contains millions of neurons just like the brain! In essence, when you eat you are feeding two brains. Come to this talk and you will learn:
- How to feed your brain for steady energy
- Which foods improve your concentration and memory
- Which foods leave you tired and blue
- Learn the five foods to avoid for brain health
Wednesday, May 14
Information Session – SFU’s Professional Coaching Certificate
Place: Rm. 1425, Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings St.
Cost: Free, register
Build your coaching knowledge and skills so you can help individuals, teams, and organizations reach their highest level of effectiveness. This program is ideal for human resources personnel, career practitioners, counsellors, managers, and leaders in both the public and private sectors. It's also designed for those who wish to establish a new career as a life coach, career coach, leadership coach or executive coach.
Information Session – SFU’s Chinese/English Interpretation and Translation Program
Place: Rm. 1600, Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings St.
Cost: Free, register for the waitlist
Are you looking for a new learning experience that offers you linguistic and cultural immersion in a North American setting? Are you planning a career in international development or business in cross-cultural communication in Mandarin Chinese and English? Join us to learn more about our programs and how we can get you on your way.
Thursday, May 15
Euro-Atlantic Meets Asia Pacific: NATO, Partners and the US Rebalance
Place: Rm. 100, Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, 580 West Hastings St.
Cost: Free, register