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Record number of Aboriginal graduates in Augustana 2013 convocation ceremony
Eight declared Métis and First Nations students received their degrees at Augustana’s Convocation Ceremony on June 2.
Application Deadline June 28!
For Canadian students, the application deadline for Fall studies at the University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus is June 28! Apply Now!
Augustana Campus celebrates 2013 Spring Convocation
On Sunday, June 2, Augustana celebrated our 180 Spring Convocation graduates.
Welcome to Augustana’s 2013 Spring Convocation
Find out all about Convocation 2013 - including our new, streaming video of the ceremony!
Super Saturday Event for Students with Early Admission
Students with Early Admission to our campus are invited to attend our Super Saturday event on June 1st! This event will be a chance for new Augustana Campus students to complete many of the items on their “To Do List” before attending school in September. The following sessions will be available: Course Registration Workshop Awards and Financial Aid Workshop …
One day only: Gravitas art installation open to the public
For those interested in “Gravitas”, visual arts professor Keith Harder’s land-art installation in Southern Alberta, don’t miss the inaugural public viewing of it on June 8. Ordinarily closed to the public – because it is situated on private property and not covered by insurance - “Gravitas” will open for a single day as the Okotoks Art …
Workshop: Student Loans 101
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Deadline: Leadership Entrance Awards
For more information, please click here: http://www.augustana.ualberta.ca/students/future/afa/awards/augustana_specific.html
2013 Augustana Convocation
The Convocation Ceremony for Augustana's graduating Class of 2013 will take place at 2:30 pm on Sunday, June 2.
RDI research for Strong Rural Municipalities in Manitoba
The evolution of local government is often accomplished across Canada in intense periods of activities, followed by periods of little activity. The related discussions and considerations can be about matching geography and performance of any new municipal unit. Currently a municipal amalgamation initiative in Manitoba is bringing attention to rural municipalities, which is at the heart of the proposed Bill 33 in Manitoba. As a result of recent research, RDI is releasing two reports: one regarding the geography of where people live and work; and the second regarding indicators of strong rural municipalities. Both reports are funded by The Province of Manitoba and are released by the Province of Manitoba and Brandon University Rural Development Institute (RDI).