Students' Union News

  • On Wednesday April 22, 2015, the Students’ Union (SU) honoured 34 faculty members and instructors for their commitment to student success at its annual Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony. The awards recognize individuals who make significant contributions in assisting students in reaching their highest potential. The SU’s campus-wide recognition program is for instructors who make a […]

    April 23, 2015  |   Found in Advocacy // News
  • Puppy Rooms, Nap Rooms, Bubble Wrap Rooms, and Screaming Rooms – how do we know which ideas from students will be popular?! You spend a lot of time on campus – studying, going to class, hanging out with friends and taking part in activities or events. We want you to have the best possible experience […]

    March 26, 2015  |   Found in Advocacy // Student Life
  • This is your Students’ Union (SU) president with a quick update on some exciting news! I’ll keep it brief, but check the links if you want more info. First of all, I want to give a huge shout-out to everyone who voted this week in the student elections. Congratulations to the new executives of the […]

    March 6, 2015  |   Found in Advocacy // News
  • February 26, 2015  |   Found in Advocacy
  • Some of you may remember one particular teacher who helped to spark your interest in the area that you’re now majoring in. Others may recall a passionate instructor who made even the driest topic riveting. Luckily, excellent teachers are by no means limited to pre-university studies, and in recognition of this, the SU Teaching Excellence […]

    February 6, 2015  |   Found in Advocacy // News
  • In front of a crowd of 110, more than $23,000 was awarded to undergraduate researchers at a special ceremony last night. The winners of the 9th annual Students’ Union’s (SU) Undergraduate Research Symposium were announced in 16 different categories. A team of more than 50 judges made up of faculty and staff from the University […]

    December 4, 2014  |   Found in Advocacy // News // SU in the News
  • By now we hope you’ve heard the facts about the proposed tuition hikes known as “market modifiers” for two undergraduate programs: law and engineering. Since we first heard about the potential for these proposals this summer, the SU has advocated to ensure that students are properly consulted and that the government bases their decisions on […]

    October 7, 2014  |   Found in Advocacy
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