2nd-3rd May: Dalhousie Conference on University Teaching and Learning (DCUTL): “Exploring the Future(s) of Higher Education: Supporting Inclusive Teaching Excellence: Conference Website: https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt/events-news/DCUTL.html. Deadline for Proposals: February 5, 2018.
19th - 22nd June: STLHE/SAPES 2018: Annual Conference of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Sherbrooke, Québec: "Pedagogical Innovation: Adapting Practice to Evolving Cultures”: Call for proposals: https://www.stlhe2018sapes.ca/en/call-for-proposals/ Deadline for Proposals: 15 January 2018.
20th October: 2018 Association of Atlantic Universities (AAU) Teaching Showcase: Dalhousie University, Agricultural Campus, Truro NS. Deadline for proposals: Typically mid-August. Watch for Call for Proposals in Spring 2018. Mount Allison Faculty presenters and student presenters will have their registration covered for the 2018 AAU Showcase.
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The University Archives makes available for research purposes the historical records of Mount Allison institutions and selected records from the local community. These include materials such as annual reports, academic calendars, minutes of meetings, correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, photographs, maps, and architectural records.
The Archives office is located on the third floor of the R.P. Bell Library.
Contact the University Archivist: 506-364-2563 | firstname.lastname@example.org