This webinar will showcase the award winning Reclaiming Shingwauk Hall exhibition. It will discuss how the exhibition has been developed and what it means to reclaim and transform a former Residential School space. Participants will be given a behind the scenes look at curatorial decisions and future plans for the Reclaiming Shingwauk Hall project.
Join Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre staff member Jenna Lemay for a look at the history and impact of Residential School propaganda.
This webinar looks at letter books, photographs, illustrations, student letters, and publications from the Shingwauk Residential School,
This is an opportunity to learn about the four sacred medicines that grow in this region.
Join Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre Director Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad to learn what these traditional medicines are, how to relate to them,
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.
Local non-profit organizations will visit Algoma University to discuss the resources available to all members of our community. If you complete a “one-minute card on consent” in front of the crowd, you will be served a free lunch.
Come down to the Speakeasy to spend time with some furry friends from D.O.G.S (dogs on the go).
Come learn how to dress for winter in the Sault! The workshop will feature a fashion show, games to show off your winter fashion sense, and hot chocolate.
The English department’s Algoma Reads course run by Dr. Alice Ridout will be hosting author Lindsay Wong. Lindsay’s novel, The Woo-Woo, was a finalist of 2019’s CBC Reads and she will be giving a public lecture on Tuesday,
The English department’s Algoma Reads course run by Dr. Alice Ridout will be hosting Winnie Yeung, ESL Teacher and co-author with her student, Abu Bakr Al Rabeeah. Winnie and Abu’s novel, Homes, was a finalist of 2019’s CBC Reads.