This is SLC: Our College News

ECE Students Explore Outdoors in Arts-Based Curriculum Course
In a recent field trip to Lake Ontario Park, Early Childhood Education (ECE) students explored the use of basic art supplies combined with available natural materials to create art and storytelling activities for children outdoors. Working in small groups outside was a thrill after months online and the resulting activities were varied and engaging. The challenge of using materials “on hand” was met by the students with resourcefulness and creativity.
Pause, Reflect, and Remember on the National Day of Mourning
Today is the National Day of Mourning in Canada. Flags at St. Lawrence College's campuses are lowered to half-mast to remember and honour those who have died, been injured, or suffered illness in the workplace. In this written piece, Grant Currie, President of Local 417 and worker member of the Kingston Joint Health and Safety Committee, and Trish McPherson, SLC Occupational Health and Safety Officer, share moving stories and ways we can increase awareness of the National Day of Mourning.
Welcome Shane N. Young to the 2022 Learning Connections Conference
The LCC Planning Team is pleased to share that we will be welcoming Shane N. Young as our Day 1 keynote to the conference this year. Shane is an educator, PhD Candidate (Trent), and Joseph-Armand Bombardier Scholar of Mi'kmaw and of Newfoundland settler ancestry. He is a member of the Qalipu First Nation on the southwestern coast of Newfoundland, where he was born and raised, and has been living in Tkaronto since 2006. His arrival at LCC comes at a pivotal time as SLC continues to explore this year’s theme of “reconnect, reflect, and recharge” and its intersections with Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being.
SLC Student Attended Change the World Model UN Conference
SLC Community and Justice Services student Maria Eduarda Machado Ferreira de Castro attended the Change the World Model United Nations (CWMUN) Conference in New York March 24-26. Maria was assigned to represent Costa Rica on the UNICEF Committee, where they discussed measures to take urgent action to reverse the devastating impact of COVID-19 on children and young people.
Utilizing Innovation Hub Space
The Innovation Hub is meant to develop, deliver, and support activities that develop the innovative capacity of staff, students, and community members under the banner of the Craig Centre for Innovation. Learn how to book space at the Innovation Hub.