About the Conference
The FCAT Undergraduate Conference (UGC) is a celebration and exploration of the diverse range of student work produced within our faculty. Students from each of our schools and programs have the opportunity to showcase performances, papers, installations, and displays related to a particular theme. It is an opportunity for students, faculty, staff and industry members to come together, share knowledge and build meaningful connections.
The theme of this year’s conference is ‘sustainability’ - a complex concept that can be applied to economic, ecological and even social issues. In theory, if something is sustainable, it should be able to continue forever without any harmful consequences. It’s as much about innovation as it is about responsibility. With that being said – we invite students to continue this conversation on March 9th, 2018 at Harbour Centre for the 8th annual FCAT Undergraduate Conference.
We are so excited to have Peter Van Stolk, the CEO of Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery (SPUD.ca,) the largest pure play online grocer in Canada as our keynote speaker.
Shape of the Day
2:30 - Doors Open
3:00 - Opening Ceremony
4:00 - First Block Presentations
5:00 - Alumni Panel
6:00 - Second Block Presentations
7:00 - Closing
7:30 - Reception at The Pint