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  • People from all nations – Indigenous and non-Indigenous – are welcome at First Peoples@Seneca  events and to use our services. We offer services to students in culturally appropriate ways to create genuine understandings and to learn more about Indigenous Peoples.
    Seneca staff and faculty can access resources through the First Peoples@Seneca space. You can also access virtual resources and videos through the First Peoples Facebook page.
    Created: 11/17/2020  ·  Total members: 4629
  • The Information Technology Services (ITS) department provides a wide range of services, including accounts, email, wireless internet access, printing, audio/visual equipment rental and more. 
    Created: 11/18/2020  ·  Total members: 59
  • Reconciliation happens in concert with Indigenous peoples. We ask that you give Indigenous employees and students the day to remember and honour their family and community by not asking them to lead/attend/organize events. There is much work to be done, and it will require each and every one of us to become more informed and to take action. Today is a great place to start, and together with the First Peoples@Seneca office and the EDI Committees, there will be many more opportunities to come. 
    Created: 9/14/2021  ·  Total members: 4629
  • Bee Well. Bee Fit. Bee Active.
    Created: 11/17/2020  ·  Total members: 4629
  • SeneCan Connect is a unique, virtual space that offers Seneca students, at home and abroad, a behind-the-scenes, peer-perspective on living, learning, working and celebrating in Canada.
    Created: 8/24/2020  ·  Total members: 40
  • Welcome to the Student Conduct Office
    The Student Conduct Office is responsible for receiving and responding to inquiries and to assist in resolving areas of conflict or concern.  Our office offers students, staff and faculty a safe and confidential space to resolve concerns and we address student misconduct on campus. Trained and empathetic staff can offer informal resolutions, mediation, information and referrals.  Our office provides services to the Seneca community virtually as well as on the phone. 
    Created: 3/18/2021  ·  Total members: 8
  • The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence
    The 16 Days is an international campaign that brings together global partners in pursuit of eliminating the disproportionate violence faced by women, girls and LGBTQ2 individuals. Each year, it runs from Nov. 25 (the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women) to Dec. 10 (World Human Rights Day). The campaign also includes Canada’s National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women on Dec. 6.
    Seneca’s participation in this initiative aligns with its commitment to reducing sexual violence and gend
    Created: 10/22/2021  ·  Total members: 4629
  • The place for Seneca Singers
    The Seneca Singers is a choir that, pre-COVID, met weekly to learn music and perform once a term on campus. The choir is made up of staff, students, faculty, alumni and retirees from Seneca that share a common interest in singing. The choir has currently turned into a virtual choir to ensure the safety of all with the ongoing pandemic.
    Created: 1/25/2021  ·  Total members: 28
  • The Teaching & Learning Centre supports faculty in enhancing the academic experience through exemplary teaching practices and engaging learning activities. We offer workshops, courses, online modules, links to resources and one-on-one consultation about teaching, including course and assessment design, lesson planning, active learning strategies, student engagement, and integrating technology tools into education.
    Created: 8/5/2020  ·  Total members: 4637
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