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The McMaster Outdoor Orientation Student Experience (MOOSE) is among the first of its kind at a Canadian institution. Through the program, students spend a week canoeing and camping at Algonquin Provincial Park and participating in team-building activities.

MOOSE canoe trip

Arts & Science MOOSE Leadership Team


Students: Jerry Miller


Students: Martha Kilian (MOOSE Coordinator), Henry Challen, Hannah Feldman, Jerry Miller, Sydney Potts, Tracey Yu


Students: Martha Kilian (MOOSE Coordinator), Meghan Bird, Niamh Cashell, Hannah Feldman, Lily Green, Jessica Gut, Zachary Levine, Hayley Miller, Tad Moretti, Abigail Willms, Melanie Yin


Students: Niamh Cashell, Zoe Davidson, Lily Green, Rachel Guitman, Jessica Gut, Martha Kilian, Zachary Levine, Tad Moretti, Melanie Yin


Students: Lily Green, Martha Kilian, Nick Maizlin, Avery McNair


Students: Martha Kilian, Harrison Winch, Elliott Yee


Students: Liana Glass, Harrison Winch


Students: Curtis Cook, Liam Crummey, Gali Katznelson, Liana Glass


Faculty: Patrick Byrne (Arts & Science graduate, class of 2011)
Students: Madeleine Bondy, Liam Crummey, Lori Nemoy, Alisha Sunderji, Rachelle Zalter


Faculty: Mary Koziol (Arts & Science graduate, class of 2011)
Students: Hailey Bruckner, Joy Dertinger, Simon Gooding-Townsend, Robin Mawson, Lori Nemoy, Madeleine Springate-Combs

“MOOSE” in the McMaster Daily News

Approximately 40 Integrated Science and Arts & Science program students spent the last week of August at Algonquin Provincial Park learning about each other and post-secondary life as part of a new university “outdoor orientation program”.  The McMaster Outdoor Orientation Student Experience (MOOSE), led by senior students and University staff, is among the first of its kind at a Canadian institution.
Read more here.