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The Champions of Higher Education program provides a public platform for university leaders to share their points of view about university governance, today’s students, and the role of the university sector in the Atlantic region’s economic, social and cultural future.
The Atlantic Immigration Program is a pathway to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers and international graduates from a Canadian institution who want to work and live in 1 of Canada’s 4 Atlantic provinces—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island or Newfoundland and Labrador.
Mary Electa Adams, who in 1854 became Preceptress of the newly established female branch of the Mount Allison Wesleyan Academy, devoted her career to breaking down barriers that prohibited women from pursuing a university education: https://mta.ca/record/issues/2022-fall/legacy-fierce-females
Today, we’re pleased to share our 2022 Holiday Card with our Dalhousie community. We hope you have a joyous holiday season and look forward to a wonderful new year together. View the card here: https://bit.ly/3F0VwD0
Grade 11 and 12 students! The photojournalism workshop is happening this weekend. On Dec. 4, join this virtual event where you will develop your photojournalism skills and learn now to craft a photo essay.
Capture your spot: https://ukings.ca/events/photojournalism-workshop/
Bren Simmers, managing editor of Island Studies Press at UPEI, recently won the 2022 CBC Poetry Contest for her collection of poems, Spell World Backwards. Her poems were inspired by her mother’s experience with Alzheimer’s. https://www.upei.ca/communications/news/2022/11/bren-simmers-first-pei-resident-win-cbc-poetry-prize
À vos agendas! La @CreactUSteAnne et l'Observatoire Nord/Sud vous invite à un aperçu de leurs travaux en cours et une rencontre avec leur équipe ce lundi 5 décembre à 19h (Atlantique). Au plaisir de s'y retrouver! #recherche #frcan