(SAULT STE. MARIE – SEPT. 28, 2023): Algoma University is releasing its updated Strategic Plan, which is a commitment not only to change the lives of its students but to have a meaningful impact on the communities the university serves,
The Algoma Steel Group Inc. Board of Directors (“Algoma Steel”) reaffirms its commitment to advancing truth and reconciliation by donating $20,000 to the Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association (CSAA). This contribution will further the Association’s ongoing efforts to promote the well-being and healing of Survivors of the Indian Residential School System (IRSS).
(BRAMPTON, ON- September 14, 2023): The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board (DPCDSB) and Algoma University have signed a new agreement to see high school students spend a semester on the University’s campus in downtown Brampton. DPCDSB is the second board to sign on to the program,
The Global Skills Opportunity (GSO) program is giving students at Algoma University (AU) more opportunities to study internationally. AU has partnered with Think Pacific to create global learning opportunities for students to work alongside rural Fijian youth groups and communities on initiatives related to mental health,
(BRAMPTON ON — Sept. 5, 2023): For 50 Grade 11 and 12 students, today’s first day of school took place on the Algoma University campus in Brampton, thanks to an innovative new program designed to help students transition to university.
Researchers examine what the climate crisis is doing to Canada’s Boreal Forest, and whether measuring animal physiology can help predict environmental threats
(SAULT STE. MARIE, ON — Aug. 30, 2023): On Tuesday, as part of government and foundation funding announcements,
Camp focuses on Indigenous learners in STEAM fields
(August 15, 2023) In January 2023, Algoma University and the Mattagami First Nation (MFN) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate on unique projects focusing on Indigenous youth in Science,
Leaders from Algoma University (AU) and NOSM University have signed a collaboration agreement that sets the stage for an increased NOSM University presence on Algoma’s Sault Ste. Marie campus, primarily to help expand mental health and addictions research and training initiatives.