Come out and celebrate a night of song with Keiko Larocque – Soprano, Darielle Chomyn – Mezzo Soprano, and Paul Dingle – Piano at the end of the term recital.
You will hear a variety of pieces that have been worked with Agnes McCarthy,
Looking to earn a Business degree in the heart of urban downtown Brampton?
Join us at our Info Session on Wednesday, March 20th to find out more about programming at the School of Business and Economics in Brampton.
“What Every Musician Needs to Know About the Body” is a workshop with Wilfred Laurier Voice Professor, Kimberly Barber.
Participants will understand basic Body Mapping concepts with an emphasis on breathing and articulation. Valuable for any musician to help alleviate unnecessary pressure put on the body.
Ontario remembers the 14 female engineering students who were murdered at l’École Polytechnique de Montréal on December 6, 1989 by an act of gender-based violence. We also commemorate the missing and murdered Aboriginal women, the trans-women and each and every woman in Ontario and across the world whose lives have been harmed or lost to gender-based violence.
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).
The Algoma University Thunderbirds Powderpuff Football team is planning on travelling to Waterloo, Ontario to compete in the annual OUA Powderpuff Women’s Flag Football Tournament in February that is held at the University of Wilfred Laurier to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research.
June 13 – 14: Final examination period for 2016SF term courses.
Algoma University Spring Convocation 2016.
Last day of classes for 2016SF term courses; 2016SP courses recess.
Last day to withdraw from 2016SF courses without academic penalty. Students withdrawing from 2016SF courses after this date will receive an ‘F’ grade on their academic record.