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We will enhance our relationships with municipalities, agencies, organizations, First Nations, and Indigenous communities, with a coordinated approach to creating beneficial initiatives for the North.
We will demonstrate our ongoing commitment as champions of French cultures and language, by offering and resourcing vibrant programs and services in French.
We will incorporate a holistic approach to wellness in our everyday practices as we embrace the beautiful natural environment that our campus offers, informed by the Okanagan Charter: An International Charter for Health Promoting Universities and Colleges (2015).
We will be a hub for arts and culture, increasing awareness of the artistic and cultural contributions of Indigenous, Franco-Ontarian, and other Northern artists.
We will equip graduates to practice, teach, and contribute as employees of choice in francophone, rural, and Indigenous contexts, throughout the North and beyond.
Laurentian students in all faculties will benefit from enhanced leadership development and experiential learning across the institution, in community and industry settings, as we will double the number of work and experiential learning opportunities.
Laurentian students will be healthier because of more accessible recreational areas, healthy food options, and improved mental health supports.
Laurentian students will become more familiar with Indigenous ways of being and principles of reconciliation through various aspects of campus culture.
Laurentian graduate student enrollment will increase by 40% (200 students).
Laurentian’s rapidly growing international student population will experience a welcoming campus community created by university personnel equipped with appropriate communication and cultural training.
Laurentian students will benefit from enhanced services and infrastructure that support writing and information literacy, advising, academic planning, administrative services, and progress tracking.
We will enhance our support for professors in their teaching by providing opportunities for faculty peer‐mentoring and collaboration with colleagues who specialize in pedagogy and instructional design.
We will increase our capacity to offer flexible teaching and learning options through technology‐enabled learning and teaching.
We will be a national leader in Indigenous education because of expanded Indigenous curriculum offerings across all faculties.
We will demonstrate support for our vibrant high‐quality accredited programs by providing the appropriate resources to meet external accreditation requirements.
We will undertake culturally appropriate research that enhances mino-bimaadiziwin and wellness among Indigenous peoples and other northern populations.
We will continue to build our fundamental research base by recruiting four new research chairs that push the boundaries of basic research to increase knowledge.
We will influence global audiences with our research and expertise in environmental stewardship of water and land.
We will be the global leader in mineral exploration research and education.
We will be leaders in sustainable community development because of our contributions to social innovation and policy research.
We support the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action and will respond by creating a task force to identify priority actions, beginning by offering cultural safety training and opportunities to learn the Anishnaabemowin language to faculty, staff, and students.
We will enhance the experience of those who use our campus athletic and recreation facilities, the sites where many people first encounter Laurentian University.
We will ensure that appropriate resources are in place to promote and foster inclusion, acceptance, and respect for the diversity that exists within our campus community.
We will recognize staff and faculty for their local, national, and international contributions and accomplishments, resulting in increased employee engagement.
We will work with alumni and donors to create opportunities for mutual benefit that enhance the student experience.