Thanks to the Employee Giving program, scholarships recognize uOttawa students’ achievements.
Environmental economist Carolyn Fischer brings global expertise in clean innovation and climate policy to uOttawa’s Canada 150 Research Chair.
The University’s focus on experiential learning is gaining strength. Engineering alumnus John McEntyre’s generous $1.5 million gift will provide mentoring, new technology and equipment for the Project Integration and Team Space.
An employee, 2 students and an alumnus were all granted rescue awards from the Lifesaving Society for their brave actions.
A start-up now allows students and parents to pay for tuition using loyalty reward points.
With exams approaching and essays due, you don’t want to have to worry about finding great study spaces. The Gazette helps cut out the guesswork with this list, leaving you more time to hit the books.
For the third time in five months, the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) has defeated a motion to support the Boycott, Divest and Sanction (BDS) campaign against Israel.
Since bottled water is not sold on campus, graduate sociology student Celeste Digiovanni came up with a portable, sustainable and economical alternative: the refillable H2Ottawa bottle.
Altruism is very much alive at uOttawa because of the faculty and staff who support the Employee Giving program.
Students will soon benefit from a hands-on learning program to foster entrepreneurial thinking and fuel their passion for helping others.
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