First Nations students and uOttawa teacher candidates both benefit from an enduring partnership that is helping to preserve Algonquin culture and bring Indigenous perspectives into the curriculum.
By trying out a variety of jobs, students like Esther Kim are expanding their horizons and adding value to their degrees. They are also invigorating workplaces, in Ottawa and beyond, with their energy and enthusiasm.
A uOttawa professor is at the forefront of an innovative project to save monarchs from extinction by mobilizing Canadians to keep an eye on habitats where the king of butterflies breeds.
After eight years at the helm, the high-energy president leaves a strong legacy that includes a more globally engaged university, proud of its bilingualism and research excellence.
Canada’s first Indigenous forensic pathologist found her career path in her first month of medical school after hearing a professor’s simple explanation about how cells change.
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