FEATURED EVENTS IN YOUR CITY
This spring, a one-of-a-kind learning festival is taking place in Toronto, giving curious minds a chance to discover the ground-breaking research of the city’s four universities.
Taking place on Friday, April 5, CRAM features over 30 interactive events across a multitude of disciplines by researchers from OCAD University, Ryerson University, University of Toronto and York University, at their local campuses.
The best part? It’s absolutely free.
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The first festival of its kind in Canada, CRAM is the first time that Toronto’s universities will come together for this shared purpose. The festival allows attendees to move freely between university campuses to explore the city’s brain power.
“There’s an abundance of innovative, multidisciplinary research taking place in our universities which has the power to revolutionize the way we think, live and work,” says Mary Ito, CRAM Founder and broadcast journalist.
“We need to know about this research. Giving everyone access to new ideas from diverse voices can spark our civic imagination and potentially change how we live our lives.”
A full list of events and speakers can be found here.
Join us on Friday, April 5, 2019 for a night of exciting new perspectives. All events are free, but space is limited. Register at https://t.co/QG9YgjP2Na today. @OCAD @RyersonU @UofT @yorkuniversity pic.twitter.com/acKNZB4SF5
— cramtoronto (@cramtoronto) March 4, 2019
When: Friday, April 5, 5 pm to 11 pm
Price: All events are free, but space is limited. You can register here