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Academic Calendar 2012-13

Academic Calendar 2012-13

Chapter 2 2-HUMANITIES

Chapter 2 2-HUMANITIES DIVISION ACTIVITIES PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS In co-operation with professional associations and institutes, Algoma University offers courses which are credited to various professional designations and to degree programs at the same time. Students need not be pursuing a degree unless they wish to do so. They must, however, be admitted to Algoma U and enrolled as credit students. The programs involved are subject to change, and new ones are added from time to time. The University attempts to make available as many of the required and elective courses as possible, but cannot guarantee that all will be offered every year. As courses are established and offered, they will be advertised. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (CA) Director of Education Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario 69 Bloor Street East, Toronto, Ontario M4W 1B3 Ph. 416-962-1841 or 1-800-387-0735 (toll free) Fax: 416-962-8900 www.icao.on.ca The Certified General Accountants Association (CGA) Certified General Accountants Association of Ontario 240 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario M4P 1K8 Ph. 416-322-6520 or 1-800-668-1454 (toll free) www.cga-ontario.org Certified Management Accountants of Canada (CMA) The Society of Management Accountants 25 York Street, Suite 1100, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2V5 Ph. 416-977-7741 or 1-800-387-2991 (toll free) Fax: 416-977-6079 www.cma-ontario.org The Appraisal Institute of Canada (C.R.A., A.A.C.I.) Ontario Association of Appraisal Institute of Canada 16 Four Seasons Place, Suite 108, Toronto, Ontario M9B 6E5 Ph. 416-695-9333 Fax: 416-695-9321 www.oaaic.on.ca The Real Estate Institute of Canada Real Estate Institute of Canada 5407 Eglinton Avenue West, Suite 208, Toronto, Ontario M9C 5K6 Ph. 416-695- 9000 or 1-800-542-7342 (toll free) Fax: 416-695-7230 www.reic.ca The Institute of Canadian Bankers 200 Wellington St., W, 15th Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5V 3C7 Ph. 1-800-361-7339 (toll free) www.icb.org The Credit Union Knowledge Network CUSOURCE 300 The East Mall, Suite 500, Toronto, Ontario M9B 6B7 Ph. 416-232-1262 or 1-888-367-1386 (toll free) Fax: 416-232-1495 www.cusource.ca The Insurance Institute of Canada (A.I.I.C., F.I.I.C.) Insurance Institute of Ontario 18 King Street East, 16th Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1C4 Ph. 416-362-8586 Fax: 416-362-8081 www.iic-iac.org Institute of Chartered Secretaries of Canada 2175 Sheppard Ave. E, Suite 310, Toronto, Ontario M2J 1W8 Ph. 416-944-9727 or 1-800-501-3440 www. icsacanada.org The Canadian Institute of Management National Office 15 Collier Street, Lower Level, Barrie, Ontario L4M 1G5 Ph. 705-725-8925 or 1-800-387-5774 (toll free) Fax: 705-725-8196 www.cim.ca The Purchasing Management Association of Canada 777 Bay Street, Suite 2701 P.O. Box 112, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2C8 Ph. 416-977-7111 or 1-888-799-0877 (toll free) Fax: 416-977-8886 www.pmac.ca The Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (CANDO) 9635 - 45 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta T6E 5Z8 Ph. 780-990-0303 or 1-800-463-9300 (toll free) Fax: 780-429-7487 www.edo.ca The Economic Developers Association of Canada 7 Innovation Drive, Flamborough, Ontario L9H 7H9 Ph. 905-689-8771 Fax: 905-689-5925 www.edac.ca Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada (AFOA) 1066 Somerset St. W. Suite 301, Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 4T3 Ph. 613-722-5543 or 1-866-722-2362 Fax: 613-722-3467 www.afoa.ca 26 ALGOMA UNIVERSITY www.algomau.ca

Chapter 2 At present, the listed organizations to the left recognize certain courses as meeting the requirements for their professional programs. In view of changing requirements, however, students are advised to contact the association directly or inquire at the Department of Business & Economics. HUMANITIES DIVISION ACTIVITIES ALGOMA STUDENTS’ DRAMA CLUB The Algoma Students’ Drama Club was formed in the Fall of 2011, at the request of students. The club produces theatre in an intimate setting in the university’s Shingwauk Theatre. Past productions include Aeschylus’ The Libation Bearers, Harold Pinter’s Ashes to Ashes, Bertolt Brecht’s The Jewish Wife, and portions of an original opera based on Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery, composed by Anthony Aceti. This spring’s presentation includes two Fringe Festival comedies, Scooby-Choo and Moore’s the Pity. Participants include students, faculty, staff, and members of the off-campus community. Contact Professor Robert Cooper, faculty adviser, at cooper@algomau.ca for further information. ALGOMA INK AND POET’S PUB AND JAZZ Algoma INK is published each spring. This journal maintains a Northern Ontario focus and encourages submissions from 705 area code writers, poets and artists. Each journal is hand-bound and includes a numbered colophon. In addition, AU Chapbook series offers juried works from local artists and writers. Calls for submission are based on a general theme. Proceeds go to fund activities sponsored by EFASS (English, Fine Arts and Music Student Society). Algoma INK & AU’s Chapbook series are launched on the last Friday of March and November in the Shingwauk Auditorium. Poet’s Pub & Jazz features performances from faculty, student and local writers, singer/songwriters and the Algoma University Jazz Ensemble, followed by a Poetry Sweat. The winner receives engraved recognition on the Poetry Sweat trophy. Contact Dr. Alanna F. Bondar, Executive Editor & Performance Coordinator at alanna.bondar@algomau.ca. YEAR END ART EXHIBITION Each April, an exhibition is mounted in the Fine Arts Studios featuring work produced throughout the year by all students in the Fine Arts program. SMALL TREASURES ART SALE A Show & Sale of small scale artwork is held in November. This event is organized by the FINA students and functions as a fundraiser to support the production of a catalogue for the year end FINA show. EFASS (ENGLISH, FINE ARTS AND MUSIC STUDENT SOCIETY) EFASS was established in 2004 for the support and co-ordination of student-driven extra curriculum events associated with the Department of English, Music and Visual Arts (EFAM). An executive is elected each year and reports are filed with AUSA. HISTORY SOCIETY The History Society is one of the most active clubs at Algoma University, contributing in a significant way to the University’s intellectual, social, and cultural diversity. By adding to the educational and social values of the University, we provide an excellent opportunity for new and returning students to become involved with the extra-curricular activities of the university and meet fellow students with similar academic interests. The History Society takes alternating annual trips to Chicago and Cuba. Fundraising is achieved by our efforts, along with the assistance of the Algoma University Student’s Union, to gather the Algoma University Community together in the form of theme pubs, bowling nights, ball-hockey tournaments, and historical film nights. Trip activities have and will continue to include scenic walks along Chicago’s Magnificent Mile to visit some of the most engaging historical attractions in Chicago and Cuba. HAYES JENKINSON MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES The John Hayes Jenkinson Memorial Lecture was established in 1986, with a bequest from the estate of Mrs. Mary E. Jenkinson. This lecture series is shared between the Departments of English and History and has been established with the intention of supporting the advancement of literature and history instruction and enthusiasm for these areas of study. Every second year stellar speakers from the academic community across Canada are hosted and participate in a variety of events scheduled through the department. Recent speakers include Dr. Jim Miller (historian), Guillermo Verdecchia (playwright), and Lorna Crozier (poet) ), and Dr. Tim Cook (historian). INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLOQUIA SERIES This series of presentations and discussions focuses on faculty research (collaborative and individual), creative production, and extended community or global responsibility projects. While they are academic in nature, the presentations are a means for faculty to share their scholarly and creative endeavours with the wider Algoma University community and interested public. 2-HUMANITIES DIVISION ACTIVITIES www.algomau.ca ALGOMA UNIVERSITY 27

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