The Alberta Human Ecology and Home Economics Association (AHEA) is a self-regulated professional organization whose members are dedicated to improving the quality of life of families and individuals by helping them make the best use of their resources.
If you would like to know more about our association, or if you are a graduate of the University of Alberta in Human Ecology, Nutrition & Food Science or Education majoring in Human Ecology, or a graduate of Home Economics or a related program from another educational institution, we invite you to become a member. Contact us at email@example.com for questions and comments.
Notice to HECOL students re potential subsidy for AHEA Conference 2017
Are you a HECOL student thinking of going to the annual AHEA conference in April? You may be eligible for a subsidy from the Red Deer Branch of AHEA. The Red Deer Branch is offering to subsidize conference attendance for the first ten (10) students who register for the April conference.
Check out the details here.
CHEF Call for Proposals
The Canadian Home Economics Foundation announces a Call for Proposals for the Leadership Development – Doris Badir Award. Deadline Feb 28, 2017.
Poster Presentations - AHEA Conference 2017
Attending the AHEA 2017 Conference? Interested in presenting a poster? Abstracts are being accepted until 13 February 2017.
Winter 2017 Fusion is now available in the Members Only section.
AHEA has a new banner!
Come to the next AHEA event and see it for yourself!
Endowment Fund Reports
Interested in how our scholarship funds are doing? Check out the 2014, 2015, and 2016 Endowment Fund Reports in the Members' Pages.
Department of Human Ecology Annual Report
The Department of Human Ecology has released their annual report for 2015/16.
Make the most of your AHEA membership
Did you know that you can customize your online profile?This will let your colleagues know more about your field of work. All it takes is completing a short biography.
Please take a couple of minutes to complete your AHEA online profile. Here’s how:
- Log into your online account at www.ahea.ab.ca (if you have trouble remembering your password click “Forgot Password”).
- Click on View Profile on the left hand side of the page.
- Click Edit Profile and fill in the fields to complete the information. Scroll all the way to the bottom and fill in the Occupation Information and the Short Biography to display on your directory profile.