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November 05, 2019
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2020 Teaching Award

Nominations are now open for Lakehead University's new Teaching Innovation Award, which recognizes the development and/or implementation of innovative pedagogical practices and technologies.

The award is given for the development and/or implementation of a specific pedagogical innovation, and may be awarded to an individual or a team. Instructors, librarians, and staff engaged in the delivery and support of teaching at Lakehead are eligible to be nominated for innovations developed and/or implemented at Lakehead University.

For more information about this award and the nomination process, please click here

TSC Network Maintenance - Wednesday, Nov. 6

TSC will be performing critical network maintenance on Wednesday, Nov. 6 starting at 10 p.m. This will affect internet services for both Orillia and Thunder Bay campuses and residences.

Services are expected to be restored by 12 a.m.

Please email TSC with any questions or concerns at

Pension Information Session - Wednesday, Nov. 6

There will be a Pension Information Session held on Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in OA 3007 by videoconference.

The sessions will be hosted by Clint Mason, Manager of Pension Services.

The sessions will cover the different types of pensions, information specific to Lakehead University’s pension, and retirement options available to pension members, as well as answering any questions attendees may have about Lakehead University’s pensions.

Please confirm your attendance in advance by calling or emailing Clint Mason using the contact information below.

Clint Mason, HBComm, CFP, CPA, CMA
Manager of Pension Services

Harvie Legacy Library supports Treaties Recognition Week

Lakehead University's three libraries: the Harvie Legacy Library in Orillia, and the Chancellor Paterson Library and the Education Library in Thunder Bay, will have library displays up the week of November 4 to 8 in support of Treaties Recognition Week.

This initiative was introduced in Ontario in 2016 as the Treaties Recognition Week Act. The displays will include resources pertaining to Indigenous history, treaties in Canada, as well as resources to help teach school children about treaties at the elementary and secondary school levels.

Everyone is welcome to drop by the Harvie Legacy Library to see the selection of resources, maps, and handouts.