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Moral Coherency Workshop

How to function morally, coherently & adaptively in a disfunctional world

DATE: June 5- 11, 2016
TIME: Starts at 8am until evening
LOCATION: Ambrose University, Calgary

For more info, please see the flyer: Moral Coherency Workshop Poster.pdf
or visit the website: http://moralcoherency.com/

Carla Hamarsnes Receives Teaching Excellence Award

Congratulations Carla! We are all very proud of you and your hard work -- thank you for being such an amazing teacher in the CRDS program. You make a real difference in the lives of many students each year!!

30th annual Teaching Excellence Awards on UToday website:

Dr. Bonnie Lashewicz Receives BHSc Research Mentor Award

Congratulations Bonnie on your research mentor award: Bachelor of Health Sciences Teaching Award winners for the inaugural nomination competition held in March, 2014!

For more info: http://medicine.ucalgary.ca/bhsc/news/congratulations-bhsc-teaching-award-winners

SUPER Work bursary 2014

Recognizing the importance of providing students with opportunities to make valuable connections to the work world in a career related to their area of study, the University of Calgary Students’ Union is proud to introduce the Student’s Union Program for Education Related Work (SUPER Work).

SUPER Work provides a $1000 wage subsidy award to undergraduate University of Calgary students earning less than a competitive wage at a summer employment position related to their degree program. SUPER Work encourages students to pursue career related summer employment.

Am I eligible?

  • Applicants must be current a full-time University of Calgary undergraduate student, taking a minimum of 3 courses, and enrolled in the 2014 fall session.
  • Must hold a GPA of 2.6.

What type of work does SUPER Work cover?

  • Summer employment pay rate is less than $12.50 per hour (position must adhere to the minimum hourly wage requirements for the Province of Alberta)
  • Must be employed full time; working hours defined as a minimum of 30 hours per week to a maximum of 40 hours per week.
  • Must be employed for a minimum of 12 weeks during May to August.
  • Must be directly related to the applicant’s degree program or area of concentration.

How do I apply?

Applications are available online at:

Applications will be accepted commencing March 3, 2014 through to the final application deadline of September 12, 2014.

How will I know if my application is approved?

Only successful applicants will be contacted by the Students’ Union.

Applications will be processed and conditionally approved on a “first-come-first-served basis” until all available program funds have been allocated.

Successful applicants will be informed via email (or phone if required) within 10 business days from the application deadline.

Late submissions of will not be accepted.

When will I receive my award?

Reimbursement will be available for pick up at the Students’ Union office within 10 business days from the receipt of the employment confirm and university registration documents. Successful applicants must provide the following documentation by October 3, 2014 in order to receive the award:

  • Letter from employer, on company letterhead, confirming
  • University of Calgary statement of registration for the 2014-2015 academic years.
  • Verification of Grade Point Average (GPA) for the 2013-2014 academic years.

For further information on the program please call 403-220-6551.

This program is fully funded through the Students’ Union Quality Money Program.


Or call 403-220-6551

This program is fully funded through the Students’ Union Quality Money Program.

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