Experiential Learning

January 30th, 2014: Experiential Learning The SASAH students were given a presentation on the vast educational opportunities offered at western for experiential learning. These courses help students engage in their discipline in a hands-on context, in the real world.

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Indigenous Services Joel Burton (PhD candidate, Dept. of English) and Candace Brunette

January 23rd, 2014: Indigenous Services Joel Burton (PhD candidate, Dept. of English) and Candace Brunette, Coordinator of Indigenous Services, hosted an intimate discussion centering on applying one’s personal gifts to their fullest capacity. The students were asked to identify a personal gift and encouraged to share an experience in which the gift had helped or affected their lives. This…

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Discussion with Professor Eugene Nshimiyimana

December 4th, 2013: The students of SASAH were fortunate enough to engage in discussion with Rwandan Genocide survivor, Professor Eugene Nshimiyimana. Topics arose including the origin of hate and evil, and the overcoming of tragedy. Both influential and inspirational in the eloquent way he spoke, Nshimiyimana said “Hate doesn’t have colour, religion, sex; hate is hate…. It…

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