The English department’s Algoma Reads course run by Dr. Alice Ridout will be hosting speaker, Rhonda Mullins. Rhonda is the translator for the CBC Reads 2019 book finalist, Suzanne, written by Anais Barbeau-Lavalette. Rhonda will be giving a public lecture on Tuesday,
Algoma University’s Parent Night is an opportunity for local students and their parents/guardians to learn more about what Algoma U has to offer. We’ll have informative presentations on degrees, minors and certificates with faculty interactions; unique student research opportunities;
Come build your skills at this development conference through workshops and keynote speakers – participants will receive a certificate upon completion.
Free transportation, lunch, and dinner will be provided for all who register and attend!
Regsitration for the Student Leadership Development is now closed as it has reached its capacity.
Participants Needed for Research Survey
If you have spent less than 5 years in the Sault and are a member of the Algoma University community, you are invited to participate in a short online survey about transportation in Northern Ontario and how it affects your social and economic well-being.
The Anishinaabe Initiatives Division and Anishinaabe faculty and staff at Algoma University and Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig are hosting the third bi-annual Anishinaabe Inendamowin Research Symposium with the theme “Weaving Meaningful Anishinaabe Research Bundles.” The purpose of the symposium is to enrich research through the integration of Anishinaabe inendamowin (Inendamowin being an Anishinaabe word signifying thought).