Digging for worms, double-crosses and de-stressing dogs
We spent the month of March marching through campus to mark MacEwan’s second annual Pride Week, inviting prospective students to get to know us at Info Session Week, getting our hands dirty at SAMU’s Sustain-a-Mania and more. Here are some of the highlights.
Griff leads students, faculty and staff on a march across campus to kick off Pride Week 2018.
On National Puppy Day (March 23), our Instagram followers got to know four of the dogs that make up the Pets Assisting With Student Success (PAWSS) program at MacEwan. Book your own stress-busting session at MacEwan.ca/PAWSS.
Theatre Arts and Theatre Production students brought femme fatales, double-crosses and mystery together in City of Angels to wrap up their first season in Allard Hall.
Scholarly articles, textbooks, recordings and even a children’s book were among the academic and creative endeavours showcased at MacEwan University’s annual Author Celebration on March 16.
High school students from across the city got to test-drive a future in commerce at the second annual MacEwan Business Challenge.
SAMU shone the spotlight on sustainability with terrarium building, a free store, vermiculture and exhibits from MacEwan’s Office of Sustainability.
Our Instagram followers love a great campus shot. Here’s our photographer’s choice for March.
President Deborah Saucier hosted a town hall meeting for students, faculty and staff where she shared progress on developing the university’s values, vision and mission. Watch for her next column on MacEwan.ca later this month.
We acknowledge that the land on which we gather in Treaty Six Territory is the traditional gathering place for many Indigenous people. We honour and respect the history, languages, ceremonies and culture of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit who call this territory home.