The University of Ottawa’s new president has spent his distinguished career thinking and caring deeply about higher education. He now looks forward to reflecting as a community on what lies ahead.
Bullying is a worldwide phenomenon that can happen to anyone. University of Ottawa researchers’ work on the topic has sometimes been inspired by personal experience.
Theatre alumna Anne-Marie White has been named head of a French-language arts space in Ottawa that has recently undergone a major makeover.
Do love and learning go together? At uOttawa, it seems that they do. Many of our alumni met — and married — the girl or guy of their dreams on campus, be it in the 1960s or in 2016.
The striking similarities between fraternal twins Audrey and Sarah Giles aren’t just skin deep — both have embarked on humanitarian career paths dedicated to improving health in Canada’s North and abroad.
uOttawa’s Human Rights Research and Education Centre has created a unique short course that encourages participants to explore art as a tool for promoting human rights.
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