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Sisters in Spirit Vigil

Date: October 4, 2020
Location: Virtual Gathering
October 4th is a day when we honour the lives of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Gender Diverse People, and look for opportunities to heal from this national tragedy. Please join us virtually on this important day to honour those we have lost and demand action so that this tragedy does not take any more Indigenous women, girls, or gender diverse people.

Four days in the heart of Higher Education development

Date: February 2020
Location: Acadia University
On February 18, 2020, Maple League faculty and students gathered at Acadia University for a Quality Undergraduate Education Summit featuring guest lecturer Dr. Peter Felten, author of The Undergraduate Experience. Dr. Felten is based at Elon University as the assistant provost for Teaching and Learning, director of the Center for Engaged Learning, and a History professor.

Cultivating relationship-rich learning environments

Date: February 2020
Location: Acadia University
On February 18, 2020, Maple League faculty and students gathered at Acadia University for a Quality Undergraduate Education Summit featuring guest lecturer Dr. Peter Felten, author of The Undergraduate Experience. Dr. Felten is based at Elon University as the assistant provost for Teaching and Learning, director of the Center for Engaged Learning, and a History professor.

Dr. Peter Felten welcomed at Maple League TLC Brown Bag Book Club

Date: February 2020
Location: Acadia University
On February 18, 2020, Maple League faculty and students gathered at Acadia University to discuss the 2016 book The Undergraduate Experience: Focusing Institutions on What Matters Most. Leading that discussion was one of the book’s authors, Dr. Peter Felten. Dr. Felten is based at Elon University as the assistant provost for Teaching and Learning, director of the Center for Engaged Learning, and a History professor.

Racial Justice Symposium at Mount Allison

Date: October 26, 2019
Location: Bishop's University
On the weekend of October 25-27th, students and faculty from the Maple League of Universities took to the stage in Bishop's University's Bandeen Hall to deliver a series of inspiring and engaging TEDx talks on the theme of 'The Maple League equips us to navigate uncertain times'. We invite you to watch our peers and colleagues in action - simply click the image to view each talk. 

Maple League Winter 2020 Newsletter

Date: January 2020
Location: Bishop's University
Read what the Maple League has on tap for the Winter semester!

TEDx Talks at Maple League Up for Debate Weekend

Date: October 26, 2019
Location: Bishop's University
On the weekend of October 25-27th, students and faculty from the Maple League of Universities took to the stage in Bishop's University's Bandeen Hall to deliver a series of inspiring and engaging TEDx talks on the theme of 'The Maple League equips us to navigate uncertain times'. We invite you to watch our peers and colleagues in action - simply click the image to view each talk. 

Up for Debate Fall 2019: The Maple League equips you to navigate uncertain times

Date: October 25-26, 2019
Location: Bishop’s University
Hosted by Bishop’s University, Up for Debate weekend allows delegates from the Maple League – including students, staff, and academic leaders – to examine themes through plenary speakers, a student debate tournament, a Business School CASE Competition, and TEDxBishopsU, a multidisciplinary event featuring speakers drawn from the talented pool of students, faculty, alumni, community members, and staff from the four universities.

Up for Debate Winter 2019: Engaging Young People in Advancing Human Rights

Date: February 8-10, 2019
Location: Bishop’s University
Hosted by Bishop’s University, the annual Up for Debate weekend allows delegates from the Maple League – including students, staff, and academic leaders – to examine themes through plenary speakers, a student debate tournament, a Business School CASE Competition, and TEDxBishopsU, a multidisciplinary event featuring speakers drawn from the talented pool of students, faculty, alumni, community members, and staff from the four universities.