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December 7, 2017

Student Voices: Where Do I Belong?

For Indigenous students, identity is not a simple thing read more »

December 5, 2017

Amir Khadem wins UAlberta’s top doctoral award

Governor General’s Gold Medal winner’s dissertation touches on catastrophic trauma, memory and literature read more »

November 30, 2017

Student Voices: Where Are the Men?

Hersharon Sandhu asks how we can encourage more men to become feminists read more »

November 28, 2017

Guest Post: My Job Shadow Experience

Shannon Coyne finished job shadow week with a whole new perspective read more »

November 23, 2017

Student Voices: The Right Internship Is a Breath of Fresh Air

Serendipity led Mishma Mukith to a meaningful non-profit internship read more »

November 22, 2017

Inaugural class of the new MA in Gender and Social Justice set to convocate

Diversity and collaboration at the core of their studies, say the first three graduates read more »

November 16, 2017

Student Voices: Arts Work Experience… Halfway Across the Country

Toronto is full of pleasant surprises for this Arts student read more »

November 10, 2017

Margaret Christakos, new Writer in Residence

New Writer-in-Residence mentors students by teaching, and by example

Poet Margaret Christakos follows opportunity – and language – wherever they take her read more »

November 2, 2017

Student Voices: We are Responsible for Holding our City Council Accountable

Edmonton has made great progress, but there’s still a long way to go in the area of diversity read more »

October 26, 2017

Student Voices: The Power of Gratitude

Mishma Mukith realized that showing appreciation to others changed her life too read more »

October 19, 2017

Student Voices: Applying does not mean getting a job

Student Voices: Applying does not necessarily mean getting a job

Duncan McCrostie shares the reasons he joined the Faculty of Arts Work Experience (AWE) program read more »

October 5, 2017

Student Voices: I Walked Out of My First Women’s & Gender Studies Class

Hersharon Sandhu realized that she, too, had to unlearn her internalized misogyny read more »

September 28, 2017

Student Voices: I Paid $600 for a Course on Volunteering

Mishma Mukith says Community Service-Learning not only changed the direction of her education, it changed her life read more »

July 27, 2017

Canada 150 Guest Post: My Country, With a Catch

Indigenous people are hurting, not because we hate Canada, but because we love this land so much read more »

June 14, 2017

‘There are 168 hours in a week — what you choose to do with them is up to you’

And other insights gleaned by economics grad who played Golden Bears football, earned a 3.9 GPA, overcame adversity, volunteered in his community and oh, by the way, also started his own business read more »

June 12, 2017

The classroom is just the start of a true education

Community-based learning experiences persuaded Matana Skoye to become an intersectional feminist and Indigenous ally read more »

June 8, 2017

Bright Lights and Stunning Sounds: Just a Movement Away

Thanks to drama student Aidan Ware’s technology, stage performers can control their own lighting and sound effects with simple body movements read more »

June 6, 2017

Speaking the language of opportunity

Fluency in four languages is a doorway to the world for Paige Ross read more »