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Tableaux de bord des sondages-repères sur les services auxiliaires

L’importance accordée aux services auxiliaires ne cesse de croître dans les universités canadiennes. Celles-ci ont besoin d’accéder à des données fiables afin de déterminer comment elles peuvent réaliser des gains d’efficacité. L’ACPAU s’affaire à colliger et à diffuser des données de qualité qui permettront des analyses comparatives. L’importance accordée aux services auxiliaires ne cesse de … Continue reading "Tableaux de bord des sondages-repères sur les services auxiliaires"

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19 novembre 2019

Rez Powers Down: An Energy Conservation Program

Rez Powers Down is an energy conservation challenge that takes place within Western’s student residences. Student residences compete against each other to see who can reduce the most energy consumption over a two-week period.   The Rez Powers Down challenge is organized over a two-week period, from late September into early October. Leading up to … Continue reading "Rez Powers Down: An Energy Conservation Program"

16 avril 2015

Rewire: Reducing energy through behaviour change and culture shift

Institutional and cultural transformations are the core goals of this behaviour-change project. As mentioned, Rewire draws upon social-psychology, specifically community-based social marketing (CBSM) and the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Both approaches have worked to shift behaviour and retain behaviour change over the long-term. By employing the tools and logic of CBSM, we have been able … Continue reading "Rewire: Reducing energy through behaviour change and culture shift"

16 avril 2009

LIVING Together

The idea for our “LIVING Together” initiative has grown organically from an initial emphasis on sustainability to a fully-fledged program aimed at providing students with innovative and cutting-edge residence life programming. The University has received countless inquiries and/or visits in relation to our sustainability and community engagement activities. As well, our most recent installment within … Continue reading "LIVING Together"

16 avril 2009


During Program conceptualization and design, multiple stakeholders were engaged to bring creative input, implementation expertise and community relations support to bear on the initiative. Residence Life staff provided practical advice on how to engage the students in events at times, places and formats that would optimize participation. Student Union leadership communicated directly with the students … Continue reading "Adopt-a-Rez"

16 avril 2008

Computer Wellness Campaign

The Working Group on Information Security (WGIS) representing a broad cross-section of the University was instrumental in sponsoring and supporting the development of the computer wellness team. All members of the Computer Wellness sub-committee were active in participation and included expertise from Campus Community Police, ITS, Research Services, Internal Audit, Housing, University Student’s Council, Faculty … Continue reading "Computer Wellness Campaign"

16 avril 2007

Live the Life: A Parent’s Introduction to Living in Residence

Staff members of the office of Housing and Student Life have actively involved their Student Resident Advisors in creating the program. RA’s, who are current University of Manitoba students engage in the overall coordination of the program and have direct input into the actual content of the program. This resulted in students facilitating sessions themselves, … Continue reading "Live the Life: A Parent’s Introduction to Living in Residence"

16 avril 2007

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