Do you think you could build a robot in just three days? With the knowledge you’ll get from our Engineering programs, you can. Just ask Wayne, the robot built by our university’s Robot in Three Days (Ri3D) team, UOIT Ri3D.
One of the questions we get from a lot of prospective students is about our gym facilities, the Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre (CRWC).
If you plan on hitting the gym before or after you hit the books, here’s a rundown of what you can expect:
Topics: Student Life
If you’re planning to start as a Ridgeback in the 2019-2020 school year, you’ll be part of a special year for our athletics department.
This September, our university is excited to introduce women’s and men’s basketball to our group of varsity sports!
The new teams were made official last May when our university’s bid for basketball was approved by Ontario University Athletics.
Academic integrity is important no matter what level of school you’re studying at. What exactly is academic integrity? It’s being honest and ethical with your research and studies.
One large part of your future career as a university student that relates to academic integrity will be properly citing research in your assignments.
Your ideas are great and having them backed up by existing research makes them even stronger. This is where proper citations come in.
Managing our impact on the environment has lasting implications. As a whole, sustainability is becoming a priority for jobs across all fields.
Do you have a passion or interest in sustainability and renewable resources? Do you love challenging yourself to find new and innovative solutions to producing renewable, clean energy?
Then you should consider applying to one of our newest programs: the Bachelor of Technology in Sustainable Energy Systems through our Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science.
Happy New Year! As we ring in 2019, you’re probably thinking about the year to come. As many of you are set to graduate high school this year, now is as good a time as ever to start doing some goal-setting.
But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. With the help of our Student Learning Centre, let’s take a look at why it’s important for you, as an aspiring university student, to set goals and how you can get started.
Welcome to the final piece of our writing like a university student series. Remember, as you begin your transition from a high school to university student, you (along with all of your peers) will have to adapt your learning, studying and writing skills (among others) in various ways.
You’re now familiar with the writing and editing processes, as well as making your writing formal.
It's time to switch focus—with some shared wisdom from our Student Learning Centre—onto a specific writing assignment you may come across as a student: the critical review.
Hello and welcome to part three of our series on helping you write like a university student: formal writing.
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: writing is an important skill that transcends all programs and majors. It’s a technique that you’ll constantly be improving. Getting a head start as you transition into the life of a university student will be a big help!
In this post, with the help of our Student Learning Centre, we’ll be going over some tips to help make your writing prim and proper.
Welcome to the second instalment of our writing series aiming to help you prepare for your life as a university student.
Over the course of your education, from kindergarten to high school, you’ve been developing your writing. From learning the difference between capitals and lower case, to the thrilling topic of grammar and spelling, writing is tied to many parts of your education.
It’s no different once you begin studying at university. It is another opportunity to help grow a skill you already have—one that will prove invaluable in your student journey.