Student Involvement Opportunities

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S-Talk: A Future of Forward in Sustainability
February 22nd 2:00 PM (EST)

Dr. Rebek will share her community-action-based research in sustainability, social entrepreneurship (blue economy, local makers, and freshwater arts engagement), and entrepreneurship. The presentation will challenge students and our community to participate and take action for change to be more sustainable and responsible in their living and learning….together.

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Exploring the Administration of Indigenous Research in Post- Secondary Spaces with Patty Chabbert
February 23rd 10:00 AM (EST)

Hosted by Anishinaabe Initiatives; This is an opportunity to learn about Indigenous research in post-secondary spaces and is open to everyone 

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February 23rd 7:00 PM (EST)

Cypher/ Poem activity for a creative way to express black social issues and way in which is can be addressed and corrected.

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ART!FACTS Social Prescription Program
February 23rd 7:00 PM (EST)

ARTifacts is back! Join us on Wednesday evenings throughout February and March this semester for an introspective and experiential series of peer-based creativity, historical discovery, and cultural connection! 

The ARTifacts Series is a collaboration between the Sault Ste. Marie Museum (@saultmuseum, and The ArtSpeaks Project (@theartspeaksproject, sponsored by AUSU (@ausu82, and entirely student-led to foster holistic wellbeing through art and heritage for students. 

All are welcome, no matter the campus and staff/faculty are welcome to join in!

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S-Talk: City of Sault Ste. Marie Sustainability Initiatives by Emily Cormier
February 24th 2:00 PM (EST)

Emily will be discussing the City of Sault Ste. Marie’s Community Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan which was unanimously approved by City Council in 2020. Emily will provide insight on progress towards its implementation in 2021 and projects planned for 2022, as well as other City green initiatives underway. The presentation will also include a round table discussion regarding idea sharing on ways that we can incorporate more climate action across our community.

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Black History Month Virtual Paint Night
February 24th 6:00 PM (EST)

Relax, unwind and enjoy an evening of self-expression through art.  Hosted by Fresh Paint Studio, Algoma University will take part in a live instructed paint night, creating a Self-Portrait Silhouette! All supplies (full art kit) will be provided to every student who registers. 

Space is limited. Register now! 

February 25-26 is proud to announce the second annual Ontario Jack Summit, which brings together the next generation of mental health leaders and advocates from across Ontario to discuss the most pressing mental health issues you face in your communities! At the Ontario Jack Summit, delegates can expect to participate in workshops, engage with keynote speakers and other thought leaders, and work with fellow advocates from across the region to foster understanding, connection, and community. The day will be spent sharing lived expertise and collaborating on goals and ideas, with the ultimate goal of strengthening the mental health movement across Ontario!
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Watch all our Regional Jack Summits in action here.  
The application to apply is – Ontario Jack Summit 

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