Welcome to the new NU News! Over the summer our marketing and communications team has been working on developing a new way to share Nipissing University news and stories with our staff, faculty and community. Today, we are pleased to officially launch a revamped version of our NU News.
The Nipissing University Student Union (NUSU) has taken its annual Shinerama fundraiser online this year. Although you won’t see Nipissing University students out shining cars this weekend, there are still a number of ways you can participate in the event virtually and help raise critical funding for Cystic Fibrosis.
Nipissing University is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Teaching Chair to support teaching innovation at the institution. Education professor, Dr. Douglas Gosse, has been named Teaching Chair in Learning Outcomes for a two-year term effective July 1, 2020.
North Bay, ON – A familiar face is back at the head of the boardroom table at Nipissing University. Marianne Berube, who previously served as Chair of the Board of Governors from 2015-17, was elected back to the position for a one-year term during the Board’s annual general meeting.
Future Nipissing University students will get their first taste of what their university experience will be like during the annual New Student Orientation (NSO). This year, NSO will take place entirely virtually and will launch on Friday, July 10 with a comprehensive online orientation learning module.
Nipissing University’s new interim President and Vice-Chancellor is officially one week into her role. Cheryl Sutton, the University’s former Vice-President, Finance and Administration, took over the leadership position on July 1, succeeding Dr. Mike DeGagné who served in the role since 2013.
Nipissing University’s Dean of Teaching, Dr. Patrick Maher, has been announced among the latest cohort of International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) Fellows. Dr. Maher is one of nine outstanding community leaders to be recognized with this honour.
Nipissing University sits on the territory of Nipissing First Nation, the territory of the Anishnabek, within lands protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850.
We are grateful to be able to live and learn on these lands with all our relations.