Student Perspectives on the Return to Campus: A Maple League Students Op-ed

By Dr. Jessica Riddell, Addy Strickland, Sally Cunningham, Corey Ashe, and Lara Hartman The start of the 2020 academic year has been unlike any other in our collective memory. Institutions […]

Student Voices: Quality undergraduate education before, during and after COVID-19

By Lauren Boultbee, Maple League Student Fellow, Bishop’s University In an interesting article posted in the “Financial Times”, Yuval Noah Harari explores “the world after coronavirus” and the long-term implications […]

Student Voices: How can we use the Maple League to foster resilience and create change?

By Georges-Philippe Gadoury-Sansfaçon, Maple League Student Fellow, Bishop’s University For the past few weeks, higher education, much like the rest of the world, has been facing unprecedented challenges that are […]

Student Voices: Adapting to studying at home

By Sally Cunningham, Maple League Student Fellow, Bishop’s University Rapidly advancing technology is terrifying and incredible. On one hand, it means we don’t have to ever leave home to be […]

Student Voices: An opportunity for growth and change

By Maia Herriot, Maple League Student Fellow, Mount Allison University I am a graduating student. As I process the loss of so many “lasts” and struggle with a steadily mounting […]

Notes on a Feminist Classroom, by Dr. Toni Roberts

On September 13th, Dr. Elizabeth Wells and Dr. Toni Roberts of Mount Allison led a discussion with their Maple League colleagues on the importance of committing to a feminist classroom. […]

Dr. Mary Sweatman talks community development with the Maple League Teaching & Learning Committee

On November 1st, the Maple League Teaching and Learning Committee (the MLTLC) gathered for a presentation given by Acadia University’s Dr. Mary Sweatman of the Community Development Department. The discussion […]

Progress in the light of Reflective Practice

As we grow into an effective and efficient consortium, it valuable to engage in reflective practice about how and why we collaborate – and the messy journeys and learning moments […]

Collaboration as Disruption

From the outset, the Maple League has had a bold vision. At very heart of this endeavour lies the possibility of disruption. One of the new buzzwords in higher education […]

Community Building and Collaboration

Our four institutions – St Francis Xavier, Acadia, Mount Allison, and Bishop’s University – share a common vision and set of shared values. We are all committed to outstanding teaching, […]

Events

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.

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News

Maple League Communities of Practice Spotlight – Academic Deans

At the heart of the Maple League is a willingness to think differently to deliver a 21st century liberal education. Especially in these times of COVID, the Maple League consortium […]

Executive Director’s Report – November 30, 2020

The Maple League universities are increasingly visible as leaders in conversations around quality undergraduate education in Canada and around the world. The global pandemic has demonstrated that the goal of […]

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