Five Algoma University students jetted off to Colombia last week in an effort to make change and help implement peace in post-conflict societies.
Spring Institute: CESD
The CESD Spring Institute provides education and professional development in Community Development with a specialized focus on northern, rural and First Nations communities. We have course offerings at our Sault Ste. Marie, Brampton and Timmins campuses, as well as online options. Register today!
Spring Institute: Geography and Geology
The Department of Geography and Geology, in partnership with the National Aboriginal Land Managers Association (NALMA), is offering a special topics course during the 2018 Spring Institute. Register today!
Spring Institute in Lac Seul
Ziigwang Inakamigiziwin offers students the possibility of earning up to nine university credits with a special focus on learning Anishinaabemowin, the Ojibwe language; treaties and the treaty-making process; and the plants of the region and their uses. Register Today! (Photo credit: Great Lakes Cultural Camps)
Short-Term Study Abroad
Interested in spending 2, 3 or 4 weeks in Korea, Japan, Finland, Germany or Mexico this summer? Some of the selected schools offer free housing and program fees exclusively to Algoma students!
This section shares the authentic stories of people, many from our local community, who have in the past or are now currently studying, teaching, researching and/or working at Algoma University.
In late March, second-year music student Keiko Larocque found herself singing onstage at world-renowned Carnegie Hall.
When Emily Faubert was just 17 years old, she ventured abroad alone to Scotland to visit a family friend. In high school at the time, Faubert’s time abroad in the highlands left a lasting impression and a yearning to study abroad herself.
April 25, 2018
The seventh annual Science Olympics will provide the opportunity for teams of students from grades 9 to 12 to experience science challenges presented as a competition between multiple schools. Learn More
April 26, 2018
Students from grades 1 to 8 will participate in hands-on activities, demonstrations and presentations featuring a wide variety of science exhibitors. Learn More
Hangar After Dark
April 27, 2018
It’s that time again – the annual Hangar After Dark adult night event! Join us for entertaining sex trivia competitions, wine twister, and a live sensational science show. Learn More
Students in Algoma University’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program will be presenting their ideas on how to attract foreign direct investment to Sault Ste. Marie area experts.
The Sault Ste. Marie Science Festival – the only festival of its kind in the area – kicks off Monday April 23rd and will continue through to Saturday, April 28th, 2018.
Beginning on April 18th, graduating thesis students from Algoma University’s Bachelor of Fine Arts program will be displaying their work in their year-end exhibition at 180 Projects at 180 Gore Street.