UWChoreo was established by an AU Alumni, Ashdeep “Ash” Lamba. Ash believes that dancing is not about doing the steps perfectly, but a way of expressing yourself and having fun while you do it. UWChoreo is now dedicated to employing current Algoma University students to provide the opportunity to pursue their education and passion for dance.
Meet the Experiential Learning Team and learn the many EL opportunities available to all students while studying at Algoma University.
Google Meet: meet.google.com/mso-nstx-pzc
Join Us as Shingwauk Residential School Centre (SRSC) shares with students about the Special Mission of AU, and connecting to history of this site.
From students, to staff, to faculty, the Algoma University community is filled with amazing talent! Come out and show your support , stay connected, and enjoy! Join Using the Zoom link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86169363563
Human Resources will be hosting a Smile Day! We encourage you to do acts of kindness to spread good will and cheer! Human Resources will be distributing a Google Form throughout the month of May, allowing you submit kind words about a co-worker.
May 21, 2020 is World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. Bridging the gap between cultures is urgent and necessary for peace, stability and development. Cultural diversity is a driving force of development, not only with respect to economic growth,
Marvel employees created National Superhero Day on April 28, 1995 to celebrate everyone’s favorite superhero. This is for superheroes only — we all know villains aren’t deserving of their own day. Still, the idea behind superhero day is to honor those who serve and protect while fighting evil.
Theme: Advocacy through Education.
Jack.org Algoma University would like to invite students and staff to our one day mental health summit on March 20th 2020. This an opportunity for you learn about mental health in our community and get involved in the discussion.
AUSU Halloween Pub: celebrate Halloween with us by dressing up in costume for the best pub of the year!
The Algoma University Biology Club will be hosting a tie dye event on Friday, October 4th at 5:30pm. Come our and learn about the Biology Club, hear about our upcoming events, meet our executives, and make your lab coats colourful!