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International Games Day

International Games Day
Tuesday, Mar. 19  ·  3 - 4:30 p.m.
Centennial Hall & gymnasium

Celebrate culture on campus! Play games from around the world led by MHC international students. 

Part of Medicine Hat's Raising the Curtain initiative celebrating diversity and inclusion in our community. Click here for the full schedule of events.

Building Future Leaders

Building Future Leaders
Thursday, Mar. 21
Medicine Hat Lodge

Join MHC students and community business leaders at this annual networking event.

  • Networking: 5:15 p.m.
  • Welcome: 5:45 p.m.
  • Dinner: 6:15 p.m.


FAME Mentorship Program
March/April 2019

Join FAME for their free Female Coach Development Mentorship Program. Sessions include:

  • Females in Coaching (Mar. 4)
  • In Season Training (Mar. 11)
  • Mental Skills (Mar. 25)
  • Sport Injury Prevention (Mar. 27)
  • Sport Nutrition (Apr. 8)

View the poster for session details or register with Kristina Segall.

Canadian Symposium on Academic Integrity
Apr. 17 & 18
University of Calgary

Interested in joining a national forum to discuss academic integrity in higher education? Join the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary Apr. 17-18, 2019 to deepen and expand your knowledge about academic integrity as it relates to international policy trends, research, education, faculty development, and advocacy.

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Teaching & Learning Symposium
Thursday, Apr. 25

Because instructors care about their practice and professions, faculty want (and perhaps need) to know that students are acquiring stated competencies throughout the course of their education.  Many faculty recognize assessment as part of minimizing the risk that incompetence could play in seriously jeopardizing human safety, particularly in the cases of health-care workers, medical practitioners, engineers, and many other professions. Finally, the quality of student work is often the best indicator of the quality of student learning. 

Within this context, many faculty are rethinking their assessment practices and experimenting with new assessment strategies. This symposium invites MHC faculty to submit proposals on the challenges they are facing in assessing student learning, and the innovative approaches they are taking to overcome these challenges and improve their assessments.











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Celebrate 40 years of running in Medicine Hat with the annual Rattler Run!