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Article Archive for June 2019

Associate Vice-President, Research appointed

2019/06/26 – 8:35 am

I am pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Craig Kuziemsky as the university’s first Associate Vice-President, Research.
An accomplished researcher and administrator, Dr. Kuziemsky has …

Scientific Discoveries Summer Camp

2019/06/26 – 8:30 am

Summer is for going on adventures! Send your mighty learner on a journey across the science spectrum, with a week full of fun, hands-on activities!
This …

109 street pedway closed until July 21

2019/06/26 – 8:30 am

The pedway across 109 Street will be closed from Monday, June 24 to Sunday, July 21 to accommodate construction of the SAMU building.
The pedway will …

Transfer credit articulation process demonstrations

2019/06/26 – 8:30 am

The transfer credit review process has moved online into PeopleSoft. If you have questions regarding how to submit decisions, refer requests, search for transfer credit …

Staff helping students: New bursaries!

2019/06/26 – 8:30 am

As some of you may recall, Student Financial Aid came to exist in August 2017. One of the first things we did was to determine …

Weekly media scan: June 17 to 23

2019/06/26 – 8:30 am

Faculty in the News
Edmonton Journal – Opinion: Trudeau’s inaction on Quebec’s Bill 21 shows his moral emptiness Dr. John Soroski, political science, wrote an op/ed on Quebec’s …

NEW Design Summer Camp

2019/06/26 – 8:30 am

Design Summer Camp: July 8-12
This unique one-week intensive summer program, open to high-school youth (ages 15 to 18), is devoted to the practice of visual …

Campus network outage on July 1

2019/06/26 – 8:30 am

There will be a campus network outage between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Monday, July 1.
During the outage, the following will be inaccessible:

Office phones
Wireless …

2018 University Transfer Survey report available

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

Institutional Analysis and Planning is pleased to announce that the 2018 University Transfer (UT) Follow-Up Survey report is now available on the IAP website.
The information …

General Faculties Council call for nominations

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

A call for General Faculties Council (GFC) nominations has been sent to full-time academic staff in the:

Faculty of Arts and Science
Faculty of Health & Community …

July 1 process change: Smart HR for hire and rehire

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

As of July 1, 2019 the Employee Action Form (EAF) will no longer be available for new hire and rehire requests.
Please continue to use …

President’s BBQ on June 21 – Planning for the weather

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

We are looking forward to welcoming everyone who sent in their RSVP for the President’s Barbecue on Friday, June 21.
If the weather cooperates, we’ll see …

Learn English Through Singing Concert – July 4

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

Join us Thursday, July 4, for our Learn English through Singing Concert! Our English as an Additional Language class will be performing in the ACC …

New for Fall 2019: Digital Experience Design

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

Digital Experience Design Foundation
With the growing digitization of our everyday life, UX designers are increasingly in high demand in today’s market. Get introduced to the …

New for Fall 2019: Cannabis Career Training Series

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

 

Gain a strong foundation that can help you grow a career in Canada’s rapidly expanding cannabis industry. Experienced professionals working in the industry, including horticulturalists, …

Bringing your colleagues and partners to campus?

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

The process for internal and affiliated groups and events was endorsed by Dean’s Council in February 2019, providing the university with a clear definition and process for …

Summer music workshops and programs

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

Estill Voice Training Program: June 24–28
Re-energize and renew your voice. Speak, sing, and find a new way with Estill Voice Training. You will learn alongside …

Weekly media scan: June 10 to 16

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

Faculty in the News
Edmonton Journal – Microplastics in Edmonton’s waterways: MacEwan team studies plastic pollution Dr. David Locky, biological sciences, was interviewed for this story.
CTV – Holly …

Policy feedback: Investments Policy

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

The Investments Policy is being revised and has been posted for feedback on the policies page on MacEwan.ca. Faculty, staff and students are invited to …

Print Services changes

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

Print Services’ contract with Xerox is set to expire at the end of June and MacEwan University has decided to move print operations in-house in …

Summer session Food Services hours

2019/06/19 – 8:30 am

Check out the updated hours for the summer term or visit MacEwanEats.ca.

ISP endorsed by Board of Governors

2019/06/12 – 8:35 am

The development of the new Integrated Strategic Plan (ISP) reached an important milestone at the May 23 Board of Governors meeting where the Board endorsed …

Show your MacEwan Pride this weekend

2019/06/12 – 8:30 am

Show your MacEwan Pride this weekend at these two events!
Edmonton Pride Walk and Run
Whether you are an advanced runner or just want to enjoy …

Sexual Violence Support Guide Training – August 13 & 15

2019/06/12 – 8:30 am

You are invited to attend our upcoming Sexual Violence Support Guide (SVSG) training. The SVSG program is an initiative of the Office of Sexual Violence …

Swarm season – save the bees!

2019/06/12 – 8:30 am

A swarm of honeybees is not dangerous. Swarms typically occur when about half of the bees in a colony leave with the queen to form …

Use your PD funding to learn more about leadership

2019/06/12 – 8:30 am

Leading People Through Change: June 18
Change can be difficult to manage but it is an inevitable truth in organizations. Having a leader who can effectively …