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This fall, the MDC is introducing the Information Risk Management Certificate, which will empower participants with the tools, techniques and understanding to thrive in the new information age.

Management Development Centre launches 10th year of programs

The Management Development Centre (MDC) as part of the Faculty of Business and Information Technology is pleased to launch its 10th year of providing high-quality and relevant management, leadership and information technology workshops, seminars and certificate programs.

Dr. Aled Edwards, University of Toronto, will deliver the 2013 Purdue Pharma Distinguished Lecture at UOIT.

2013 Purdue Pharma Distinguished Lecture at UOIT

The Faculty of Science at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) will welcome University of Toronto researcher Dr. Aled Edwards to campus on Tuesday, September 24 to present the sixth-annual Purdue Pharma Distinguished Lecture. Dr. Edwards’ lecture is entitled Open Access Drug Discovery.

Brainstorming collage on paper about gamification techniques and approaches.

UOIT and Waterloo presenting October international gamification conference

UOIT’s Laboratory for Games and Media Entertainment Research (GAMER Lab) has built a powerful academic partnership with the University of Waterloo’s Stratford Campus. And as leaders in this expanding new sector, UOIT and and Waterloo will proudly present Gamification 2013 – an international conference from October 2 to 4 in Stratford, Ontario.

Student being trained in cardiac resuscitation in the simulation lab at Lakeridge Health Oshawa.

Lakeridge Health and UOIT team up for heart research

Lakeridge Health and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) are moving forward with plans for a research project on resuscitation from a heart attack after receiving a highly competitive grant from the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR).

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New articulation agreement between UOIT and Seneca College

A new partnership between the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)and Seneca College will allow qualified Seneca students to seamlessly pursue a range of degree programs at UOIT without having to repeat relevant courses.