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EDI Teaching and Learning Opportunity: Holocaust Survivors Stories Featured in New Museum at Kingston Synagogue
With a key recommendation of SLC’s EDI task force report to “Foster EDI Excellence and Innovation in Teaching, Learning, and Research,” a new resource has opened to learn about local Holocaust survivors who made their home in Kingston after World War II, and to learn more about Kingston’s Jewish community.  
Introducing the SLC Scholarship Fund for Faculty and Staff
The Research Office is excited to announce the launch of the SLC Scholarship Fund. The SLC Scholarship fund will support SLC faculty and staff to stay current in their fields (both professional fields as well as teaching and learning*) by providing funding for a wide range of high-quality creation, knowledge dissemination, process and evaluation, or peer learning activities and projects. Scholarship activities are activities that enable faculty and staff to meaningfully and actively participate in their areas of expertise. 
BPSYC and Police Foundations Students Present Final Interprofessional Education Community Projects
On December 6, Honours Bachelor of Behavioural Psychology (BPSYC) and Police Foundations students presented creative videos of their finalized Interprofessional Education Community projects. This semester-long project included SLC faculty, A. Britton Smith Centre for Behavioural Studies (CBS) staff, thesis students, and amazing community partners.  
Police Foundations Students Volunteer at Free After School Program
The first-year Communication students from the Police Foundations program at St. Lawrence College in Brockville, Ontario, have been learning about active listening and non-violent communication, racism, prejudice, white privilege, and empathy training. The majority of the class decided to take what they learned on paper and apply it in real life. Words without action are meaningless, after all.
Carpentry Students Visited by Local Social Media Sensation
Students in Rowena Jordan’s Carpentry class got a visit from social media star, Amanda, owner of Useless Farm in Verona, as she was checking on the progress of a chicken coop they are building and donating to her farm.