The EPC will support in the coordination of practicum delivery in a Bachelor of Education program. This will require working with a team of staff and faculty in developing and implementing a recruitment strategy of school placements for incoming pre-service teachers.
As an integral member of the University, the Registrar oversees all aspects of the leadership and operations of the Registrar’s Office providing support services to students, faculty and staff. The Registrar, reporting directly to the Vice President Academic, will utilize their registrarial expertise and advanced skills in leaderships, strategic planning, relationship building, and operations to [...]
All applicants must submit a cover letter and resume, directly via email to email@example.com in word or pdf format, with the Subject Line of: “Student Grounds Keeper & General Duties”. Please note that the position will be closed once a suitable candidate is found. We are unable to accept applications and dossiers through third party [...]
April 27, 2021 CALGARY, AB – St. Mary’s University has been awarded a $25,000 Kickoff Grant from the Bell Let’s Talk Post-Secondary Fund to support the initial implementation of the National Standard of Canada for Mental Health and Well-Being for Post-Secondary Students (the “Standard”). St. Mary’s is among 123 post-secondary institutions from across Canada to [...]
Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume, along with salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject Line of: “Accounting Instructor” by end of day on May 14,2021.
Kara Shaw - Bachelor of Arts 2017 Greetings fellow StMU Alumni, My name is Kara Shaw and I am honoured to be your new Alumni Representative to the St. Mary’s Board of Governors. I attended St. Mary’s University from 2012 to 2017 graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Liberal Studies, [...]
Hello my friends, Did you know that a group of Eagles is called an aerie, congress, convocation, jubilee, soar, spread, or tower? How appropriate, then, as we reach the end of term, the end of an academic year, and approach Convocation, that we learn from Eagle. Eagle, so our Indigenous Elders teach us, is the [...]
Luke McCorquodale - Bachelor of Education 2018 An alumnus who received his Bachelor of Education Degree in 2018 is now doing his part in his school and the surrounding community. Luke teaches Language Arts, Religion and a Coding & Robotics option to Grade 7s and 8s. For extra-curricular activities at his school; he was a [...]
Congratulations! You did it!! You made it through the term to the end of classes. What a year this has been. Amid the uncertainty engendered by the lasting global pandemic, you have triumphed. Yes, it has been tough. Spending so much time online that your eyes are burning. Wondering how long it will be [...]
Amidst the normal year end frazzled nerves – whether you are a student finishing off those last assignments and studying for exams, faculty grading and planning exams, or staff closing out one fiscal year while advising, registering students, and planning for the next academic year – this year we have all been bearing the weight [...]