The Algonquin College Scar Outreach Clinic begins next Wednesday. Individuals with burns, surgical scars or scars as a result of trauma or infection may discover that massage therapy can help these conditions. At the same time, our students learn how to work with complex conditions and will write a case report on their discoveries. There [...]
In recognition and celebration of Bob’s leadership, dedication to student success and outstanding contributions in education and in our community, which spans 40 years of experience in education in Ontario, with 17 of those years of dedicated service as President of Algonquin College, the Robert C. Gillett Leadership Scholarship has been created.
At this point, one [...]
The NEW Algonquin College business cards are now available! Order your AC business cards from the Print Shop using the DSF (Digital StoreFront). You must be connected (on campus or VPN) to the AC network to access the DSF website. You can log in or register your DSF account by clicking here. For questions concerning [...]
Are you feeling those knots and kinks due to stress? If you are looking to relieve tension, anxiety or pain, make an appointment with Dar Blue, RMT at the Fitness Zone today. You can call us at ext. 7294 or stop by the front desk, A-125. Dar is available Tuesday to Friday during the day. [...]
Algonquin College is participating in Doors Open Ottawa, taking place Saturday June 1 and Sunday June 2 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at many locations across the city.
Doors Open Ottawa is the region’s largest heritage event, unlocking over 100 of the area’s most architecturally interesting and historically significant buildings, many of which are not [...]
Mamidosewin Centre is pleased to welcome celebrated Cree playwright, novelist and accomplished pianist, Tomson Highway for an afternoon of storytelling. He is best known for his play “The Rez Sisters” and best selling novel “Kiss of the Fur Queen”. The event will take place in the Mamidosewin Centre (Room E122) on Thursday, Oct. 11 at [...]
Steven Page will headline the launch of two Algonquin College initiatives on October 2, 3 p.m., in Algonquin’s new Student Commons theatre. www.icopeu.com/algonquin is a mental health resource for Algonquin College students, offered in partnership between the Algonquin Students’ Association and Student Support Services. Starting the Conversation is an online information tool for Algonquin faculty [...]
The Algonquin Reads book for 2012/2013, “The Best Laid Plans”, is a hilarious, thought-provoking romp through Canadian politics. The author, Terry Fallis, will be here at Algonquin on Tuesday, October 2. Come to T102 from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. to listen to him read, ask any questions you might have, and get your copy [...]
Please click here to read a memorandum sent to you on behalf of James McIntosh, Chair, Board of Governors and President Kent MacDonald.
Algonquin College Early Learning Centre Manager, Lisa Lamarre, received a 2012 Prime Minister’s Award for Excellence in Early Childhood Education this week. Lisa’s dedication to action, advancement and the success of the students and families at the ACELC contributed in great part to her achievment. Please join the students, families, children and staff of the [...]
Stacey Vincent, Technical Writer and Marketing Communications Coordinator from IIRTS has her ‘Cyborg Nation’ published by Social Media Week Vancouver. ‘Cyborg Nation’ is a discussion about humanity, information, and technology and its application within the realm of usability and design. Stacey proposes, “Technology has made humanity more usable to humans. As Amber Case states, we [...]
Please click here to read the memo for details about an electrical shutdown on Thanksgiving weekend.