Dear friends: We would appreciate you sharing this invite and attached poster for our next Master of Information (MI) Info Session, taking place on November 17th. Thank you for your time. Apologies for cross-posting.



SIM is more than a school; it's a community. Our small class sizes, accessible professors, and location in one of the world's friendliest cities ensure you have all the support you need to succeed. All degrees welcome.


Learn more about us, and how our Master of Information (MI) degree can broaden your career options by joining us for our next MI Information Session. Get answers to your questions about our program, life as a student, and living in beautiful, seaside Halifax.


Our next sessions will be held on Thursday, November 17th, 2022 from 2:00-3:30pm (Atlantic) on Microsoft Teams. Poster attached.


RSVPs required. Click here to RSVP.


Please feel free to share.



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We recognize that African Nova Scotians are a distinct people whose histories, legacies and contributions have enriched that part of Mi’kma’ki known as Nova Scotia for over 400 years.


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