It’s that time of year, when nearly 9,000 graduating students walk across the stage to receive their diploma. At this time, we realize the breadth of experiences and the hard work and determination that go into being a uOttawa student.
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Claudette Commanda channels past as she becomes uOttawa’s 1st Indigenous Chancellor
For Claudette Commanda, channeling the past will help guide her ambitions as the University of Ottawa’s first Indigenous Chancellor in its 175-year history. Ms. Commanda, an Algonquin Anishinaabe from the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation, is the university’s 15th – and third female – chancellor with roots that run deep on campus.
Seven graduates and their pursuit of continuous learning and community service
UOttawa Science Student Graduates At Age 12
At the age of 12, Anthaea-Grace Patricia Dennis of the Ottawa Valley will don her black graduation gown and walk onto the stage to receive an Honours Bachelors’s degree in biomedical science from the University of Ottawa (uOttawa).
Law and the tensions between religious freedom and religious diversity in Brazil
Carmen Fullin and Meg Stalcup are delighted to invite you to the inaugural public conference for AABrO (Academe & Arts of Brazil at the University of …
Brain Health Research Day 2023
Since 2009, the University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute has hosted an annual Brain Health Research Day to bring together our research c…
Book Launch: Young People in Out-of-Home Care: Findings from the Ontario Looking After Children Project
Authors Robert J. Flynn, Meagan Miller, Tessa Bell, Barbara Greenberg, and Cynthia Vincent invite you to the launch of their new book entitled Young P…