How do children learn the sounds of a language? How do they develop the ability to plan for the future? Take a trip to an Ottawa museum where families can have fun exploring these questions while taking part in groundbreaking studies with uOttawa experts.
Meet Jean-Maurice Lafond and Aida Stratas, two enthusiastic class reunion ambassadors who will welcome former classmates back to uOttawa for class and affinity group gatherings during Alumni Week 2016.
Fannie Desforges’ life turned upside down in an instant. This talented athlete now knows what it’s like to have been thrust into ill health, just like the students she taught at a children’s hospital.
Jean-Michel Lemieux, senior vice-president of engineering at e-commerce solutions company Shopify, says curiosity and creativity keep him at the top of his software development game.
Brigitte Noël has put her free spirit and creativity to good use as a VICE Media correspondent, one of a new generation of journalists making waves in the emerging world of digital media.
Indigenous legal scholar Tracey Lindberg, author of CBC Canada Reads finalist Birdie, looks forward to joining the Faculty of Law at an exciting “time of possibility” in Ottawa.
Two uOttawa researchers are studying astronauts’ bone marrow to find clues that could help space travellers recover from weightlessness and patients on Earth get back on their feet more quickly after prolonged immobility.
After redeveloping Lansdowne Park and restoring a sense of pride in Ottawa football, the Telfer alumnus scooped up Ottawa’s CEO of the Year award. His next goal: learning to use Twitter.
Be inspired by the six recipients of the 2016 Alumni Association Awards of Excellence.
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