This course is developed for Staff and Faculty. Participants will gain information and knowledge around mental health and illness, learn campus protocols regarding students in mental health distress, and gain confidence in identifying and intervening when a student is struggling.

A course for Staff/Faculty to help identify when a student may be struggling with Mental Health issues, connect with the student, and refer them to appropriate supports and services.

Learn about best practices in Instructional Design as you prepare to transfer your courses online for Fall 2020. Find answers to common questions and resources to learn the skills you need. Connect with your colleagues who are working on similar pedagogical puzzles.

This "course" is not a substitute for ID002 Creating Your Online Course, which runs as an actual course where you can experience best practices in action.

If you're new to Moodle, consider taking the Learn Moodle Basics course, offered in four self-paced modules by the experts at Moodle, who do this stuff way better than I could.

A forum for Summer Hotel staff in St. Thomas University's Conference Services.

A training course for staff working in long-term care facilities.

St. Thomas is now part of Global Brigades, an international, non-profit organization and the largest student-led social responsibility movement in the world. 

STU students will travel to Panama in May 2017 to participate in a Human Rights Brigade. Student-volunteers will assist foreign lawyers with pro-bonocases and hold workshops on human rights in rural communities. 

Throughout the year students will be hosting events, fundraising and community activities as well as participating in hands on learning in the community to aid in preparing them for their 2017 abroad service learning trip. 

The ORS is working on posting application forms for faculty who wish to apply for internal grants. More info to follow...