Friday, May 21, 2021

Renison receives funding for Virtual Learning Initiatives

The University of Waterloo recently announced that almost $1.5 million has been awarded to the university for projects intended to expand the possibilities of traditional and life-long learning through the accelerated use of both online and hybrid learning. Of this funding, Renison received nearly $140,000.

Friday, May 7, 2021

Renison’s Sakura Japanese Language School Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Renison sign with Sakura on either side.

When we think about a typical Saturday afternoon for a Renison student, we might think of late-risers getting up for lunch in the Renison cafeteria. On Saturday afternoons, however, instead of young adults strolling through the atrium, you may see a crowd of young children. They are getting ready to participate in the Sakura Japanese Language School, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Since April of 2020, Sakura students have been studying online and this milestone, like many over the past year, was marked by a special online event last weekend.

Monday, April 12, 2021

The BASE program is expanding!

Renison is proud to announce that we have signed an agreement with the University of Waterloo to offer the Bridge to Academic Success in English (BASE) program to students in the Faculty of Mathematics, commencing this summer. With the signing of Math, Renison now provides all English language pathway provision for the University of Waterloo. The addition of the Faculty of Math to the BASE program will represent approximately 150-300 additional students studying at Renison each year.

Wednesday, February 3, 2021

Walking in two worlds

Jaydum Hunt walking with the Renison flag and convocation. Second photo is of Jaydum with her children in the mountains.

Renison Social Development Studies (SDS) 2016 alumna Jaydum Hunt is an accomplished Master’s student, studying at the University of Waterloo in Industrial Organizational Psychology. While at Renison, she specialized in Individual Well-being and Social Work as part of her degree in SDS. Jaydum’s original plan was to pursue Social Work, but after being accepted to the program, and taking a year off, her path took her in a different, more personal, direction. Her undergraduate degree was completed while she was a mother to one, and she is now completing a Master’s degree as a mother of two!

Friday, November 6, 2020

Keiko Belair honoured for her contributions to promoting the Japanese language and the welfare of Japanese nationals and Japanese Canadians

Keiko Belair, right, and the Consul-General of Japan,

On Oct. 30, Keiko Belair was awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Silver Rays by the Consul-General of Japan, Sasayama Takuya. This prestigious award recognizes Ms. Belair’s contributions to promoting Japanese language and the welfare of both Japanese nationals and Japanese Canadians.

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