AAU Teaching Showcase 2023

 

Cape Breton University, Sydney, NS

Saturday, October 21, 2023


Registration

We’re pleased to advise that registration is now open! The event is listed on Eventbrite here: AAU Teaching Showcase 2023 Tickets, Sat, 21 Oct 2023.

Schedule 

This year’s Teaching Showcase features an impressive lineup of presentations, workshops and keynote presentations:

AAU Teaching Showcase 2023 – Complete Schedule

 

Keynote Presenter, David Newhouse

We’re excited to introduce keynote speaker, David Newhouse, Professor of Indigenous Studies in the Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies. Professor Newhouse was the first Principal of the new Peter Gzowski College at Trent University and has been Chair of the Department of Indigenous Studies, now the Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies, since 1993. Stay tuned for more details on what promises to be an excellent presentation.

 

Travel and Accommodations

Cape Breton offers many choices for accommodations, with the Simon Hotel in downtown Sydney offering AAU Delegates a special nightly rate $159.00 for a one bedroom king suite for October 20 and 21. Contact Simon Hotel at 1-800-565-9466 to make a reservation. Please note there are a limited number of rooms at this rate.

An official accommodation guide provided by Destination Cape Breton provides details on other options for accommodations: Accommodation Listings | Destination Cape Breton (cbisland.com)

About AAU

Established in 1964, the Association of Atlantic Universities (AAU) is a voluntary association of the 16 universities in the Atlantic region and in the West Indies which offer programmes leading to a degree or have degree-granting status.

The AAU represents the interests of universities across the region, ensuring public visibility for the important role they play in preparing future leaders of our communities, in path-breaking research and innovation, and in contributing to the economic prosperity of life in Atlantic Canada. The AAU also provides a forum where university executive heads reflect, consult and collaborate on all aspects of the whole university; define common objectives and positions; develop strategies to promote, collectively and co-operatively, the highest ideals of post-secondary education; and exercise leadership to promote the objectives of the collective. One of the fundamental roles of our association is to create greater awareness and understanding of the important contribution of universities to the social and economic development of the Atlantic Provinces.

The Association’s business is conducted by the AAU Council, which consists of the executive heads of all the member institutions. The AAU currently meets two times a year and is served by a permanent secretariat.
The activities of the Association are funded principally through annual membership fees based on the operating income of the member institutions.

Committees and advisory groups, composed of university presidents and other members of the university community, are appointed from time to time to provide advice on issues of concern in higher education.
The Association also has established formal and informal ties with 15 affiliate groups, some of which were created as sub-committees of the AAU, others being formed as regional groups of national bodies.

Cape Breton Travel Guide

Learn more about beautiful Cape Breton Island here: https://www.cbisland.com/

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