Philippe (President) and Brianna (VP Education) will be attending the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations' (CASA) Policy and Strategy Conference in Kananaskis, Alberta.
This weekend, Philippe (President) and Brianna (VP Education) will be participating in the New Brunswick Student Alliance's Policy Conference. During this conference Philippe, Brianna, and the rest of the NBSA Board will be solidifying policy directions and priorities for this year.
One day orientation fro students with disabilities that are new to STU. During this orientation, participating students will have a chance to: Get used to their new environment, meet Student Services staff that are there to help them, learn about Accessibility Services and how they can help, learn about reducing stress and anxiety, meet with the Learning Strategist to plan and organize your semester, and meet fellow students!
During this week, all first year STUdents will be welcomed into the St. Thomas community by current students, staff, faculty, and more! This week will feature many exciting and educational events.
This week also gives new STUdents a chance to meet their peers, become familiar with campus and the city of Fredericton, and make the transition into university classes.
A full schedule will be posted here as Around the STUniverse gets closer.
If you have any questions regarding Welcome Week please contact the Welcome Week Chair at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
McKenna Centre Distinguished Speaker Series Public Lecture - "Educating for Democracy" by Hon. Margaret McCain
St. Thomas University, Kinsella Auditorium.
Faculty Book Launch - "Apron Strings: Navigating Food and Family in France, Italy, and China" by Professor Jan Wong
St. Thomas University, Kinsella Auditorium.
St. Thomas University & the University of New Brunswick present UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS YOUTH TRAINING.
In celebration of Canada 150th, the SDGs Youth Training Canada will mobilize 10,000 Canadian youth to advocate and implement the SDGs through 100 local actions and 50 trainings in colleges and universities across Canada in 2017.
Interact with UN officials, policymakers, and civil society activists who identified, created, and are implementing the Sustainable Development Goals around the world.
You will receive a certificate for the training from FES and develop a deeper understanding of the Sustainable Development Goals. You will also gain access to local organizations through where you can utilize your training to collaborate and provide support.
NOTE: This training event is open to both high school and post-secondary students as well as the community at large.
Why are we doing this?
Foundation for Environmental Stewardship is a Canadian registered charity and a UN accredited organization with a mission to empower youth for sustainable development. We are working with UN programs to deliver practical training for youth on advocacy and local implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
St. Thomas University, University of New Brunswick & STU/UNB Student Unions
STU and UNB are thrilled to collaborate on such an exciting opportunity for community and its students. Together they have joined forces to host the #CANYouth4SDGs movement through direct engagement with UN staff here on the STU/UNB campus.
Session 1: SDGs Advocacy and Local Implementation
Session 2: UN speaker
LUNCH: (NGO exhibition, networking)
Session 3: Skills Development
A. Awareness Campaign
· Media Training & Communications
· Project Management
· Campaign Strategies
· Building Public Support
· Decolonizing space
· Leveraging partnerships
B. Policy in Action
C. Policy Advocacy (UN+ Government)
Session 4: Solution Design Session
Session 5: The movers and the shakers: Real talk from local NGO’s and student involvement
More breakout sessions and speakers will be confirmed and updated shortly.
This year, St. Thomas University is proud to be hosting the East Coast Student Leadership Conference for the first time!
This conference will bring together student leaders from all over the East Coast to network, collaborate, inspire and act.
A full schedule will be posted here as the event draws closer.
This week, Philippe (President), Brianna (VP Education), other STU students, and the rest of the NBSA Board, will be meeting with government, administrations and other relevant stakeholders, to advocate to behalf of their membership on the challenges PSE students are currently facing in New Brunswick.