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Algoma University congratulates Wabano-McKay on SGK leadership appointment
Posted on May 24th, 2024
 In response to the announcement by Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig (SKG) that Mary Wabano-McKay will be its next president, Algoma University President and Vice-chancellor Asima Vezina is sending heartfelt congratulations to both Wabano-McKay and SKG and celebrating the deepening of bonds between the two institutions.
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Special reading of the play “1939” explores Indigenous perspectives on Shakespeare
Posted on May 23rd, 2024
Survivor -led event is open to the public by donation (SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – May 24, 2024): In support of the Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association (CSAA), NORDIK Institute’s Community Support Team, YES Theater, and the City of Sault Ste.
Algoma University’s Dr. Elaine Ho-Tassone awarded prestigious international award for outstanding scientific publication
Posted on May 23rd, 2024
Groundbreaking research published in a special journal issue is co-authored by Algoma University’s Dr. Andrew Judge. Elaine Ho-Tassone, PhD, a rising star in the field of freshwater science, has been awarded the Journal of Great Lakes Research (JGLR) Elsevier Early Career Scientist Award for a groundbreaking journal article based on her research. 
Gadfly Stratton
Gadfly Stratton: Championing Scientific Inquiry and Social Responsibility from Algoma University to the Forefront of Environmental Research and Equity Advocacy
Posted on May 19th, 2024
Gadfly Stratton embodies the spirit of scientific inquiry and social responsibility. Graduating from Algoma University with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2015, Gadfly’s journey in academia and research has been driven by a curiosity about our relationship with the environment.
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Empowering global leaders: Algoma University partners with Lakehead University for transformative international experience
Posted on May 8th, 2024
Global Skills Opportunity expands opportunities for underrepresented groups Algoma University joins forces with Lakehead University for an international exchange of Indigenous cultural knowledge in Belize, immersing students in a one-of-a-kind educational experience.   The eleven-day trip examines Mayan and Garifuna Ethnomedicine,
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Algoma University to build 500-plus bed student residence in Brampton
Posted on May 7th, 2024
Algoma University announced Tuesday it will build a new 500-plus bed student residence in Brampton, a concrete step towards easing the housing crunch. “Every student deserves a safe, affordable place to call home,” said Algoma University President and Vice-Chancellor Asima Vezina.
Minister Michael Tibollo at ICMHA
Algoma University’s School of Social Work hosts second annual International Conference on Mental Health and Addictions
Posted on Apr 30th, 2024
The School of Social Work at Algoma University recently hosted the second annual International Conference on Mental Health and Addictions on its Creekbank Site.  The ICMHA hybrid conference facilitated a series of presentations and panel discussions featuring an opening statement from Michael Tibollo,
Students at the Grace Court Presentations applauding the presenters.
Algoma U Students Showcase Exceptional Marketing Strategies at Grace Court Presentations
Posted on Apr 30th, 2024
Algoma University is proud to announce the successful completion of the Managing the Not-for-Profit Organization course, culminating in community projects and partnerships with the Grace Court Retirement Community.  Throughout the winter semester, students were meticulously trained under the guidance of Professor Shahrukh Khan to develop and present innovative marketing campaigns tailored to Grace Court Retirement &