In-classroom courses in Edmonton

Group Study, Athabasca University, #AthaU, AU, Peace Hills Trust, Edmonton, Alberta

Athabasca University is offering MATH 215: Introduction to Statistics in the classroom at our Peace Hills Trust location in Edmonton. The winter semester starts January 3, 2018. Registration for this course is now open by following the registration process on the in-classroom (Grouped Study) site.  Courses follow the traditional semester format and will run from January-April.  … [Read more...]

Student Town Hall with President Neil Fassina

Athabasca University invites AU Edmonton-and-area students to take part in our premiere A Conversation with AU President Neil Fassina In the first of a series of upcoming Student Town Halls, Dr. Fassina will address learners with brief opening remarks followed by an informative Q&A session. When: Tuesday, April 11, 2017, noon to 1:30 p.m. Where: Edmonton Chamber of … [Read more...]

Tutor Positions Available for Grouped Study, Winter 2016

Athabasca University offers a number of in-class courses at our partner colleges and universities in Alberta and the NWT. Demand for these courses is increasing and we're looking to hire tutors to fill these positions. The deadline to apply for a tutor position in Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, St. Paul and Yellowknife is coming up. A full listing of the jobs available at AU … [Read more...]

First Impressions Initiative at the Royal Alberta Museum

  Have you ever heard the saying: “You never get a second chance to make a first impression”? Over the past year, Museum staff members have been thinking about our visitors and what sort of impression we make. As we transition from our current location in Glenora to our new downtown location, we wanted to take this opportunity to try some new things here to see how they might work … [Read more...]

Interpretation Plan for Government House

  As a designated provincial and national historic site, Edmonton’s Government House serves the city, Alberta, and Canada as a powerful symbol in connection with our political system and its people. This interpretive plan seeks to define activities that will help visitors understand the House’s historic creation and evolution through its architecture and collections. The … [Read more...]