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Biology Research Projects Underway at Algoma University
Posted on Mar 18th, 2019
Currently, Dr. Jenn Foote of the Biology Department and Dr. Dave Brodbeck of the Psychology Department are studying the foraging behaviours of species of winter resident birds in our area. In one study, the team uses 3 different coloured bird feeders at three different locations about 400 meters apart.
Algoma University Business Society Hosts First Annual Internal Case Competition
Posted on Mar 6th, 2019
(SAULT STE. MARIE, ON- March 6th, 2019): Join the Algoma University Business Society (AUBS) this Friday, March 8th, 2019, from 9AM-5PM in the Speakeasy for the first annual AUBS Internal Student Case Competition. This unique event will involve second and third-year Business students who will analyze a case and present their solutions to judging panels made up of Algoma University faculty and local business partners.
Student Leadership Development Conference ’19
Posted on Feb 19th, 2019
(February 16, 2019) A successful full day of hands-on and information sessions were conducted by keynote speakers and workshop facilitators from across Canada that were chosen by our Student Success team. Students were able to self-reflect and build on their skills and abilities for their future endeavours while being given effective tools for success.
Algoma U Office of Research & Innovation Launches Experiential Learning Hub
Posted on Dec 12th, 2018
(SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – December 11, 2018): Algoma University’s Office of Research and Innovation, alongside the Department of Experiential Learning, is excited to announce the launch of the Experiential Learning Hub; a dynamic new innovation space where students,
Algoma U Launches New Peer Mentoring Program
Posted on Sep 30th, 2016
Algoma University is pleased to announce the launch of the Peer Mentoring Program on campus.
Algoma U Graduate Employment Rate Higher than Province
Posted on Jul 19th, 2016
88 per cent of graduates from Algoma U find employment six months after graduation, higher than the provincial average of 86 per cent.