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The Voice

The Voice is the collective presence of the writers who submit on behalf of the magazine. All praise to them!

Labatt SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

BACKGROUNDER In its 25th year, Labatt and Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC) have teamed up to sponsor the LPIA program which helps university/college students create their own summer jobs in their chosen field of study. As you know, it’s hard for most students to get “hands-on” work experience in their future career tracks. Each year… Read more »

ENLIGHTENING INFORMATION

WE NEED READER FEEDBACK! Any comments, suggestions, feedback, or submissions may be sent to Tammy Moore, Editor of The Voice at tmoore@ausu.org Many thanks for your writing contributions and support, and I look forward to hearing from you all! AUSU ACADEMIC COMMITTEE The AUSU Academic Committee is looking for new members interested in exploring new… Read more »

A Bug In Your Ear: Letters

READER FEEDBACK! Any comments, suggestions, feedback, or submissions may be sent to Tammy Moore, Editor of The Voice at tmoore@ausu.org. Thanks for your writing contributions and support. I look forward to hearing from you all! LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: RESPONSE TO “From My Perspective: Saying Thanks” VOLUME 10 ISSUE 6 February 6, 2002 Good points,… Read more »

ENLIGHTENING INFORMATION

T h e L u n c h H o u r Talk @ Expressionz Cafe / 9142 St. & 118 Ave. Infoline: 474-6058 – Admission is free February 21, 2002 / N o o n – 1:00 p.m. Civil Society: What is it? with Martin Garber-Conrad & Scott Harris Join us for a lunch… Read more »

Quote of the Week

“If we would have new knowledge, we must get a whole world of new questions.” –Suzanne Langer

Quote of the Week

“Striving for success without hard work is like trying to harvest where you haven’t planted.” –David Bly

ENLIGHTENING INFORMATION

National Council on Ethics in Human Research (NCEHR) Visit – Feb. 6 ALL interested Athabasca University staff and students are invited to attend the NCEHR site visit team’s noon hour presentation on Minimal Risk and Expedited Review Processes. Please respond to Jill Calliou at jillc@athabascau.ca by Feb 1st, as to whether you will be attending… Read more »

Quote of the Week

“Faith that the thing can be done is essential to any great achievement.” –Thomas N. Carruther

A Bug In Your Ear

Indigenous Education Event Thursday January 31, 2002 – 6:00 p.m. @ the Provincial Museum of Alberta Infoline: 428-2064 / E-mail: janism@athabascau.ca Athabasca University is launching its new Indigenous Education initiative with the Canadian premiere screening of Yolngu Boy, an Australian film about Indigenous youth, at the Provincial Museum in Edmonton the evening of Thursday, January… Read more »