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Join us on Dec 11 at 7:00 PM (CST) for a variety of new performances by CMU music ensembles
Are we all hypocrites? Jonas talks to a CMU prof and alumna about life in a world where not enough is being done to address the climate crisis.
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Impactful work-integrated learning experience leads alumna to pursue decolonization efforts and Indigenous solidarity work
Ask any Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) graduate the most impactful learning experience during their undergrad, and they will most likely say their practicum placement.
As the only university in Canada that includes a work-integrated learning placement for all undergraduates, CMU's Practicum Program gives students practical, hands-on opportunities to work in their desired fields of study. Most students look at their practicum placement as a turning point in their education; they get a fully realized vision of the types of impacts they can make in the world and can be inspired to reach further heights in their academics or career.
Theme: Readying Ourselves for Christ's Coming
This month on Sunday@CMU, we are hearing from Laura Funk, CMU alumna and Spiritual Director in Residence at Mennonite Church Manitoba. Throughout this series of meditations, Laura will lead us through the Advent season as we prepare for Jesus' birth.
Are we all hypocrites? Jonas talks to James Magnus-Johnston (CMU Teaching Assistant Professor) and Anna Bigland-Pritchard (CMU '15) about life in a world where not enough is being done to address the climate crisis.
Anna's "Self-Care as Creation Care" workbook: https://fortheloveofcreation.ca/resources/
With floods decimating major highways, forest fires pillaging towns and countries, and a global average temperature steadily increasing, there is without a doubt a climate emergency on our hands.
Canadian Mennonite University alumna Kari Miller (CMU '21) has seen the atrocities of climate change and has made it her life's work to mitigate the shifting world. Miller's role as the Environmental Education Coordinator for A Rocha Manitoba gave her the opportunity to attend the 26th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations (UN) climate summit in Glasgow, known more famously as COP26.
If you looked at photos from CMU student Tai Linklater's childhood, you'd see countless shots of her holding different reptiles, unable to control the excitement on her face. Her dream career was to be a herpetologist, studying reptiles and amphibians. Until she found out it required calculus.
That's because Linklater has Specific Learning Disorder, a disability that in her case manifests itself in trouble with visual spatial awareness and extreme difficulties with mathematics.