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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
Date: February 9-11, 2021
Location: Virtual Gathering
In recognition of the International Decade for People of African Descent, 2015–2024, Mount Allison University will host the first-ever Racial Justice Symposium in partnership with the Maple League of Universities.
The goal of the conference is to create spaces for dialogue, learning, and awareness around the experience of people of African descent and bring together racial justice advocates from various backgrounds to build meaningful relationships and collaborations.
Investigators: Dr. Margaret-Ellen Messinger (Mount Allison), Dr. Stephen Finbow (St. FX), Dr. Nancy Clarke (Acadia) The Maple League funded nine projects in 2019/2020 to promote and facilitate collaborative research, innovative […]
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