Experiential learning engages students in hands-on experiences and builds transferable skills highly sought after by employers. Participating in experiential learning as part of your university experience can help connect you to your future career! Join our experiential learning support session to learn more about the different ways that you can connect with experiential learning opportunities and community partners.
The first in a series of Digital Cultural Hangouts will be hosted by NOLHA. Join to chat with NOLHA members, find out more about clubs/classes, join a 30 minutes Salsa classes, and more!
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the first in a series of Digital Cultural Hangouts which will be held on for Saturday, May 2nd 2020 at 11am. The series is designed to foster positive and healthy relationships between international students and cultural community groups in an effort to increase everyone’s sense of connection,
A few students will be sharing their experience living in the Middle East as well as their journey to Canada and Professor Olabanji Akinola will be speaking from an academic perspective on the issues. After they speak,
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.
Students and staff are welcome to a social lunch break in The Globe International Lounge. We will learn some games like: Dutch Blitz, The Pencil Game, Chechers, Twister, Bananagrams Giant Jenga. If you would like, bring a game that you would like to teach others!
All Algoma University students and staff are invited to The Globe Patio for our first annual Welcome Spring Planting Event. We will enjoy the beautiful spring weather together. After the event, you can bring your plant home with you.
The Algoma Student Ambassador Program (ASAP) will host a games night in the Algoma University Speakeasy on Friday, May 17th at 5:30 pm. ASAP students who are new to Algoma University will meet their mentors (Student Ambassadors),
Join us in the foyer of the CC building for an exciting announcement on the launch of the 2019 Great Lakes International Summer Music Institute.
Musical entertainment and refreshments.
Winter is coming! All newly arrived International Students are invited to join us in EW205 on Wednesday, October 18th at 12:00pm for our Preparing for Winter Workshop. Free Pizza Lunch will be provided.