Student Training Opportunities & Events for Fall 2021

The Faculty of Arts & Science is pleased to offer back-to-back showcases to highlight two exceptional opportunities at the University of Lethbridge. Learn more below.

We live in a global society with complex problems, and the world needs people who think critically and responsibly. Imagine making a difference in the world today, with friends and professors who inspire you! The Global Citizenship Cohort (GCC) offers a unique opportunity to connect some of your first-year courses around a common theme while interacting with a group of like-minded students. Learning both in and outside of the classroom will provide countless opportunities for you to grow — individually and as part of a group — into world leaders ready to make change happen.

On April 19th we hosted a virtual GCC Showcase with a fantastic group of current and prospective students. The showcase provided an opportunity to learn more about the GCC and hear from students who have participated in the GCC. Although this event was scheduled for an hour there was no stopping this group of over 100 enthusiastic participants as they had great questions. For those who were unable to attend, you can watch the video here.

GCC Showcase Video

Are you ready to work among a small group (or cohort) of motivated and like-minded students who share your passion for improving the world we live in? Your cohort will become your friends, your motivators, your mentors and your biggest supporters.

Learn more about some of our past and present GCC students. These students are making a difference in the world today, with friends and professors who inspire them. Now it’s your turn!

Please feel free to contact the theme coordinators (Environment & Culture: Jodie Asselin jodie.asselin@uleth.ca or Challenging Worldviews: John Harding john.harding@uleth.ca) with any questions you might have.

Learn more about the GCC

You are invited to join the Summer 2021 Coding Clinic.

This is a non-credit, self-paced coding practice opportunity offered by Nicole Wilson, Department of Mathematics & Computer Science.

Intended Students:

Anyone taking a CPSC programming courses in the 2021/2022 school year who would like to do any of the following:

  • Download and install applications to support programming in C++.
  • Practice programming in C++.
  • Receive feedback on their coding practices, appropriate to the highest level course they have completed at the U of L out of CPSC1620, CPSC2620, or CPSC2720.

Register any time, activities commence July 26, 2021 and end August 27, 2021

To register, self-enroll in the moodle course. Then follow the directions in the section entitled “Student-Participant Directions”

Questions? Contact Nicole.