Esther Duflo says economists have lost all credibility. So how do they get it back?
As the guest lecturer of uOttawa’s Alex Trebek Forum for Dialogue, Nobel Prize-winner Esther Duflo presented five points that she believes economists and politicians must [re]consider if they want to regain the public’s trust.
Drones, bots and self-driving cars: How this new Kanata North innovation centre will help drive the future of autonomous vehicles
The Faculty of Engineering’s new Smart Connected Vehicles Innovation Centre, located in uOttawa’s Kanata North campus, will focus on problem-solving issues related to the connectivity, physical and cyber security, decision making and sustainability of autonomous vehicles.
“They really want us all to succeed”: Former Schulich Leaders reminisce about the program’s positive impact on them
To mark the 10th anniversary of the Schulich Leaders scholarship program, two former uOttawa recipients currently working in STEM discuss their university experience and how the award helped shape their career paths.
Motherhood and MBAs: The Telfer grads (and new or soon-to-be moms) who built a business during their master’s
In some ways, Allison Caverly birthed two babies during her professional MBA at uOttawa — her son Owen and a new purpose-driven management consulting firm, FemForce. The firm was founded by Allison and her classmates Carla De Ciccio and Sarah Dion-Marquis, all of whom will be graduating from the Telfer School of Management at Fall Convocation October 30.
Former AFN National Chief Phil Fontaine on residential schools and the power of education: “We had to confront this issue”
To mark the first annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30, Phil Fontaine spoke to the uOttawa community about starting the national conversation on residential schools and how education in Canada has changed in response.