A collaborative Statement of Intent has been developed in consultation with four faculties for a new undergraduate program: BSc Life Sciences.While the faculties of Applied Health Sciences and Mathematics and Science will be taking the lead on this program, the other two faculties, Humanities and Social Sciences, are also important partners.As part of the approval process the statement is being made available for the information of the University community to allow the opportunity for comment prior to moving to the next step of the internal quality assurance process.Please view the Statement of Intent online. The posting will remain in place for 21 days, until 4:30 p.m. on May 6, 2013.Comments on the above proposal must be submitted by 4:30 p.m. May 6, 2013 via email to the contacts below. When submitting your response, please include the new program title, BSc Life Sciences, in the subject line.Please send comments to: ARC-SOI@brocku.ca and James Mandigo.
George Michael and Fadi Fawaz in 2012Credit:Bauer Griffin/GC Images Firefighters were called to the property to clear up leaking water. Police attended the home at around 7pm on Tuesday, a Met Police spokesman said. “Due to the damage inside the property the London Fire Brigade attended. “The man has been arrested on suspicion of aggravated criminal damage. He has been taken into custody at a north London police station,” the spokesman said. The arrest comes after Mr Fawaz allegedly smashed windows at the property which he subsequently claimed was part of renovation works. A builder working in the area at the time claimed Mr Fawaz “went berserk”, smashing at least nine windows and a fan light. Mr Michael’s family has reportedly sent legal letters to Mr Fawaz, requesting that he vacate the property but the hairdresser has so far refused to leave the mansion. “Fadi is being a real pain about all of this. He has refused to leave despite several letters and requests in the last 18 months. He is blanking them out and it appears he now has squatters rights,” a source close to Mr Michael’s family told The Sun. George Michael’s ex-partner, Fadi Fawaz has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage after standing topless on the roof of the late singer’s £5 million London mansion. The 46-year-old hairdresser has been squatting in the “Faith” hitmaker’s house since his death on Christmas Day in 2016. The mansion was left to Mr Michael’s sister in the singer’s will where Mr Fawaz was not named. Mr Fawaz was arrested and taken away in a police van on Tuesday evening on suspicion of aggravated criminal damage and remained in custody on Wednesday night.He had climbed down from the roof by the time police arrived at the property where they observed “extensive damage”. He could be heard shouting and arresting release according to sources quoted by the Metro. “I am not going there, I am not going there, I am staying here, I want to stay here,” a passerby claims to have heard Mr Fawaz shouting. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.