I know. It’s true. The BC government’s Ministry of Advanced Education has no data on who has graduated with what from BC universities in theContinue reading
The marketisation of our universities: Economic criteria get precedence over what’s good in human terms | British Politics and Policy at LSE. Business criteria, notContinue reading
Over the past couple months, as part of my Multimedia and Visual Journalism course at Newhouse I’ve taken hundreds of photos. Here are a fewContinue reading
Hi, I’m Geoff Campbell and want to be your school’s next social media manager starting as early as June 3rd. Here’s a bit about myContinue reading
Every year, the Counselors to Higher Education (CHE) section of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) holds a Senior Summit where practitioners can learnContinue reading
I’d like to announce a but earlier than I need to that I’m looking for a full-time job starting Monday, June 3rd, 2013. I could simply post my resume and explain why in 100 words or less why you, a manager in a higher education communication office, should hire me but I can do better. […]Continue reading
The Globe and Mail has just launched an in-depth feature on higher education in Canada, an installment of their Our Time to Lead series. ForContinue reading
This September, like every year, a new group of high school graduates headed to college or university to pursue higher education. But today’s generation ofContinue reading
Mount Allison is so supportive of all students and they really want you to succeed. The Wellness Centre provides services to students with documented disabilities other than learning disabilities and The Meighen Centre is for students with lear…Continue reading
In this the 18th video in our 20-part tip series, fourth-year honours psychology student and Orientation Chair Aleka Maclellan discusses what students can do to enjoy Mount Allison before they turn 19.
All residence events are generally all-age…Continue reading
In the 17th in our 20-part video tip series, fourth-year biology students Beth Whitfield and Brittany Cain talk about their favourite places to relax and unwind around campus.
Brittany really likes the solarium and pub in the Student …Continue reading
In the 15th of 20 in our video tip series, fourth-year psychology student Aleka Maclellan talks about the best places to grab a coffee in Sackville. Drinking coffee is a study-aid and habit-forming, so it’s no surprise that there are five go…Continue reading
In the 14th of our 20 part video-tip series, fourth-year history and anthropology student Sarah Underhill talks about viewing art in Sackville. Firstly, there’s Owen’s Art Gallery, the oldest university art gallery in Canada, which hosts …Continue reading
In the 13th video in our 20-part video tip series, third-year biology student David Summerby-Murray discusses places to see outside Sackville. He mentions the Tantramar Salt Marshes, just outside Sackville (part of why Canon Envirothon came to Mou…Continue reading
In the 12th in the 20-part video tip series, third-year religious studies student Oudai (OD) AlTabbaa discusses the many things to do on weekends in Sackville.
There’s really always something happening in Sackville during the school …Continue reading
In the 11th in our 20-part video tip series, fourth-year environmental studies student Avery Wheeler offers her advice on overcoming exam anxiety.
I’m not going to lie, the first exams you’ll take in University will probably be stre…Continue reading
Tenth on our list of 20 video tips for incoming
Mount Allison University students is how to stay fit and healthy on campus. Fourth-year
environmental studies student Avery Wheeler discusses Mount Allison’s athletic
facilities and why …