As part of Mount Royal moving to Part 1 of the Post-Secondary Learning Act, we must have a governance body called the "Statuatory Deans' Council." This Council includes all of the President's Executive Committee, all of the current Deans' Council and several resource members.
Did you miss the Community Town Hall?
If you were unable to attend the Community Town Hall today, the Power Point presentation and video from the event can be found here. The link to the Town Hall live stream will be available for the next week. A budget Q&A has been created to answer your questions, and will be updated regularly, so remember to send any additional questions to email@example.com.
Academic Town Hall next week
The Office of the Provost is hosting an Academic Town Hall at the Riddell Library and Learning Centre’s Ideas Lounge on Thursday, Dec. 5 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Provost and Vice-President Academic Lesley Brown will provide updates on achievements and aspirations in Academic Affairs. RSVP here.
Join in some festive cheer
All employees are invited for a holiday mix and mingle on Wednesday, Dec. 11 from 2:15 to 4:30 p.m. at the Bella Concert Hall. Take in a 40-minute holiday concert with performances by the Conservatory’s Artio choir, award-winning alumna Kate Stevens and more. Then enjoy refreshments with your colleagues in the lobby. No RSVP is necessary.
2020 Alumni Achievement Award nominations are now open
Every year, the Mount Royal University Alumni Achievement Awards celebrate the alumni and future alumni who inspire us. We encourage you to nominate those exceptional individuals before Jan. 10, 2020. Read the guidelines and nominate an alumna/us here.
International photo contest winners announced
The top 10 submissions to the 2019 International Photo Contest have been selected by 265 Mount Royal community voters. The winning photos will be hung in the third-floor hallway of the Bissett School of Business building, with the additional 10 being put on display at the International Student Support Centre. The top three will also receive prize packages.
Human Resources supports available
Recognizing that this is a time of concern and worry among employees, HR has resources available that are designed to provide support during times of change and uncertainty, including a workshop on Tuesday, Dec. 3 called The Fundamentals of Change and Transition. Ongoing support is available through the Employee Family Assistance Program.
Take care of yourself during the holidays
The holidays can be a time of high stress and anxiety, particularly for those who may have experienced a loss. Homewood offers tools and services that can help make this time more manageable for employees coping with holiday stressors.
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