uOttawa News


Engineering on the Other Side of the World

Chemical engineering student Dmitry Ridner is spending his summer in Tianjin, China, as a research intern. He’s keeping us in the loop with his exciting blog, Crossroads of Tomorrow. The following is an excerpt from the blog.Read the article »


Emotional edge

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Steven Stein built a global business that predicts individual and organizational behaviour. His methods have been used to assess millions of people, from reality TV contestants to U.S. Navy Seals. Read the article »

Vulnerable bodies

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Mythili Rajiva looks beyond the headlines to probe pressing questions of sexual violence against girls and women. Read the article »


Research perspectives

Capital ideas for a better world
How the University of Ottawa spells innovation in the humanities and social sciences

As the University of Ottawa hosts the 2015 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Research Perspectives shines a spotlight on researchers who are making a difference in the humanities and social sciences.

Discover how they harness the power of ideas to help shape public policy and contribute to strengthening our society in areas as diverse as Internet privacy law, religious diversity and Shakespearean theatre.

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