TO ATTEND, REGISTER FOR THESE MODULES.
EXTRA CURRICULAR CERTIFICATION
EARNED UPON MODULE COMPLETION


What is ALP?

We believe that UFV’s students will be the future leaders of Canada.

The purpose of ALP is to provide extra-curricular education as to the societal issues that UFV students will face as Canadian leaders. ALP provides all UFV students, particularly those in science, business, and faculties that generally do not study societal issues in detail, an opportunity to obtain insight into some of Canada’s pressing societal issues. The ALP program is a series of modules presented by community leaders and experts in various fields.

ALP aspires to create future leaders who will work to serve those less fortunate and advocate for positive change in society.



What will you learn @ ALP?

The learning outcomes of ALP program are two-fold.

First, ALP strives to provide students with a fundamental understanding of various societal issues. ALP’s presenters provide students with a street-level, expert view of societal challenges faced by Canada and its citizens.

Secondly, ALP seeks to create empathy among UFV student leaders for those marginalized in society as the result of the failings of our political and economic system.


Certification

Students who register for and complete the module, shall receive an extra-curricular transcript that will documenting the modules attended by the individual.

This transcript will be a valuable addition to a student’s resume portfolio.















Module Structure

Modules consist of a one-hour presentation followed by a 30 minute question and answer period and a 30 minute discussion-reflection period.



1 hour 30 minutes 30 minutes
Presentation Question and Answer Discussion - Reflection


To receive credit for the module on the extra-curricular transcript, it is necessary to complete the full two hour session.

Past Modules

MAR
1st
2018
(Thursday)
5:00PM
MODULE:
Why I Stayed: A Conversation on Domestic Violence
with Kamal Dhillon
ABBOTSFORD CAMPUS
EVERED HALL - STUDENT UNION BUILDING

MAR
8th
2018
(Thursday)
5:00PM
MODULE:
Understanding Intergenerational Trauma
with Jolene Greyeyes
ABBOTSFORD CAMPUS
EVERED HALL - STUDENT UNION BUILDING

MAR
21st
2018
(Wednesday)
3:00PM
MODULE:
Big Telecom, Government Spying, and the Internet
with Laura Tribe
ABBOTSFORD CAMPUS
EVERED HALL - STUDENT UNION BUILDING

OCT
3rd
2018
(Wednesday)
5:00PM
MODULE:
Proportional Representation 101
with Daniel Grace
ABBOTSFORD CAMPUS
EVERED HALL - STUDENT UNION BUILDING

OCT
24th
2018
(Wednesday)
5:00PM
MODULE:
Ethics & Morality in AI & Robotics
with Shalaleh Rismani
ABBOTSFORD CAMPUS
EVERED HALL - STUDENT UNION BUILDING

NOV
7th
(Wednesday)
5PM
SPECIAL CHILLIWACK CAMPUS MODULE:
Trauma & PTSD in Frontline Health Workers
with Charlaine Robinson
CHILLIWACK CAMPUS
ROOM CEPA 2213

NOV
21st
(Wednesday)
5PM
MODULE:
Perspectives on Palestine: A Bridge to Understanding
with Johann Funk & Jessica Warkentin
ABBOTSFORD CAMPUS
EVERED HALL - STUDENT UNION BUILDING



Have More Questions?

Please contact us at info@ufvsus.ca or by calling the Student Union Society at 6048644613