Save the date!
Industry Day 2016 – Wednesday, July 27, 2016, 10 am to 2 pm, 3rd Floor, Health Sciences Complex
Biomedical Communications at the University to Toronto is Canada’s only accredited program producing highly skilled Master of Science students with expertise in the visual communication of scientific, medical, and health topics. These highly qualified and science-literate communicators research and produce illustrations, information visualizations, animations, simulations, user experiences, and mobile applications, all targeting specific audiences and communication challenges.
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
10 am to 2 pm
Biomedical Communications Program
University of Toronto Mississauga
Every summer, the BMC program at the University of Toronto hosts this event for our graduating class to present their work in a casual, open-house format to representatives from related fields in industry or academia. The students will be present to discuss their visualization projects, their research, themselves, and their future plans. If you are interested in interviewing any of the students in a quieter space, private offices will be available for you to use.
If you want to fill a space at your firm, this is the best opportunity to meet many potential candidates and find highly qualified individuals with the suite of skills you need.
If you are not hiring right away, Industry Day is still a great opportunity to network and learn what BMC graduates can do. Samples of the graduating Class of 2016’s work can be found at: http://bmc.med.utoronto.ca/bmc/about/students/.
Please respond by July 12 to confirm your attendance. There is no fee to attend the event and it is not necessary to print tickets. Just register and show up!
Room 308, Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex
3359 Mississauga Road
Mississauga, ON Canada L5L 1C6
If you are driving, please park in Lot 9 (the Health Sciences Complex is the four-storey silver building on your left when you enter). Once you have confirmed your attendance we will arrange for parking passes and provide instructions about where to pick them up on your way in.
2016 Graduating Class
Please find the Class of 2016 here.
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