• Artists’ renderings of the redesign

    Campus modernization begins at Laurentian UniversityThe first major step in a sweeping modernization of Laurentian University’s Sudbury campus will begin this summer with renovations to the iconic Great Hall.

  • School of Architecture's Phase Two

    Construction to begin on Laurentian Architecture's Phase TwoBoard of Governors has unanimously approved the awarding of a $23.9M contract for the construction of Phase Two of the Laurentian School of Architecture

  • Professor of Biology Dr. Kabwe Nkongolo

    Dr. Kabwe Nkongolo honoured for excellence in researchProfessor of Biology Dr. Kabwe Nkongolo, has been named the recipient of the University’s 2013-2014 Research Excellence Award.

  • The funding was announced today at Laurentian University by the MPP for Sudbury, Rick Bartolucci, at a gathering of PNN officials and clients and university representatives.

    Province commits multi-year funding to Professions North/NordA three-year funding commitment by Ontario’s Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration will support the continuing work of Professions North/Nord (PNN).

  • Ribbon cutting at School of Architecture

    School of Architecture Marks Grand OpeningOntario Premier Kathleen Wynne today cut a ceremonial ribbon to officially launch the Laurentian University School of Architecture

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Breaking New Ground

Dear members of the University community / Boozhoo / Aanii / Kwe kwe, It’s been an especially cold winter, but the brisk pace at Laurentian University has certainly kept us warm! We’ve been busy with so many events since the last blog posting. In February, we marked the 2014 Aboriginal Awareness Week with a full schedule of activities including a Celebration of 25 years of Indigenous Social Work Education, followed by “The People” a lecture by Thom Alcoze, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University. It was another noteworthy celebration of the culture and the achievements of our First Nations and Métis communities. We also celebrated the talent and ingenuity of our Laurentian Architecture students with a fund-raising auction on February 13th.  The ice-fishing huts designed by our charter class made a big splash with the bidders, and the event raised $22,000 for the School of Architecture. Then, on March 20th, we marked another important ...

A Final Frosh Perspective

By Blog Contributor: Matt Sallows As the cold winter starts to fade, and the new days of spring and summer are, hopefully, just ahead, we find ourselves noticing a craving for summer vacation, and a break that is much needed and very much deserved. Final exams have started and once again, we face the stress that comes with being a responsible university student as we go over notes and prepare for our final goodbye to being a first year SPAD student. Students are busy studying and the stress is starting to take its toll with long nights and early mornings. As the daylight hours get longer, they get even longer for us SPAD students as we prepare to complete our first year of university. Now that April has started, we have a chance to reflect on how great a year we had as SPAD students. There were so many great events, and fun times that we had with our new found best friends. The SPAD family continues to get tighter and tighter as we move past our first year. This year’s highlights ...

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Morning ceremony, May 29th, 2013 - 10:00 am
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