Mere months removed her June 2020 convocation at Calgary’s St. Mary’s University, Kate Gillis’ days are full of Zoom call collaboration and deep-dive independent research. Such is the life of an academic in 2021. The 22-year-old Métis woman, who graduated with a BA in History at St. Mary’s, is navigating the intensiveness that comes with [...]
Black History Month – featuring Albertan poet Bertrand Bickersteth A few years ago, a talented instructor by the name of Bertrand Bickersteth shared his passion for poetry with the class of Humanities 101, a radical humanities program that St. Mary’s University offers to adult Calgarians living in poverty. I was delighted, then, to [...]
“When Principles and Politics Collide: Border Walking in a Post Trump World” An Interactive Community Conversation with Dr. Michael MacLeod.
“When Principles and Politics Collide: Border Walking in a Post Trump World” An Interactive Community Conversation with Dr. Michael MacLeod. The latest Border Walkers podcast episode with St. Mary's Dr. Michael MacLeod is now posted!! Listen to the podcast now by clicking the link below or subscribe to Border Walkers in your favourite podcast steaming [...]
St. Mary’s University is focused on fighting racism. It starts with transforming education at the liberal arts university, which, like all post-secondary institutions, faces the challenge of rooting out systematic racism from the legacy of colonialism, says Michelle Scott, director of Indigenous Initiatives at St. Mary’s. “We’re operating in a system — not just in [...]
St. Mary’s is looking for fun, outgoing, and responsible students in our Bachelor of Education program to fill two (2) Science and two (2) French Immersion Camp Assistant positions. Our Summer Camp Assistants are an important addition to the camp program –you will help create an amazing camp experience for the children participating in the [...]
Friday Message – One Skein of Geese One swallow does not make a summer, but one skein of geese, cleaving the murk of a March thaw, is the spring. -- Aldo Leopold What a potent, lyrical, and hopeful image. Spring will come. We will hear the honking of Canadian Geese as they fly overhead [...]
As a key representative for St. Mary’s University Bachelor of Education program, this role will work with the Practicum Coordinator, and Cooperating Teachers in support of student teacher field practicum placements,including evaluation and support of the student teachers.
We are seeking an instructor for the above course. Must have content area expertise and the ability to teach on-line through the D2L Learning Management System.
What is NCHA? The National College Health Assessment (NCHA) is a national research survey organized by the American College Health Association to assist college health service providers, health educators, counsellors, and administrators in collecting data about their students' habits, behaviours, and perceptions on prevalent health topics. Questions on the NCHA survey cover the following topics: [...]
Hello all! The bitter cold is beginning to abate and a long weekend is here. I hope you all take some time for a respite from studying and spend some time with your loved ones – including yourself. It’s all about balance. Disciplined habits of mind for your academic success, relaxation, time for daydreaming, creativity. [...]