Regina, University of

Regina, University of,

at Regina, Sask., Canada. Established in 1911 as a residential high school, it became a junior college at the Univ. of Saskatchewan in 1925, a second campus of that university in 1961, and an independent institution in 1974. It has faculties of arts, fine arts, education, engineering, science, social work, and physical education as well as language and research institutes and schools of human justice and of journalism.
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Regina, University of Regina Press and Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 2015.
Joining representatives from the University of Lethbridge at the June meeting were 15 Canadian schools that are part of the consortium, including the University of Regina, University of Manitoba, Nipissing University, University of the Fraser Valley, Lakehead University, Vancouver Island University and Nicola Valley Institute of Technology.
Current partners include First Nations University of Canada, Mount Royal University, SAIT, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, University of Manitoba, University of Northern BC, University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan, University of Winnipeg, University of Victoria, and Vancouver Island University.
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