Allow children who come from families in the community that demonstrate financial need the opportunity to participate in a Gee-Gees sports camp. During the summer months, the campus is a safe, friendly and bilingual place to learn and explore, where children of all ages can enjoy a variety of athletic, recreational and cultural experiences.
The University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute (uOBMRI) is a leader in neuroscience in Canada. Our research team ranks among the largest and best in the country.
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Your support for our new Crossroads Initiative will help make Canada more equitable, more competitive and better prepared to face the future.
Support discoveries that defy the conventional: Making new connections, looking at problems in different ways and making sure new approaches are finding their way to the real world quickly and effectively.
Each of our faculties has chosen projects and initiatives that are closely aligned with uOttawa’s strategic plan, Destination 2020 as priorities for the Campaign for uOttawa.
The University of Ottawa is growing quickly — we’ve doubled in size over the past 12 years. We want to ensure our more than 43,000 students have access to modern, accessible campus facilities, with state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories and collaboration spaces.
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Students from all disciplines can use the latest genetic technology in a new campus hub that will allow them to experiment, explore and design their own curiosity-driven research projects.
A modern take on the traditional university quad, University Square is a welcoming, multi-use space in the heart of the campus that brings the entire community together.
Innovative device created in Abdulmotaleb El Saddik’s virtual reality lab will allow first responders in the Far North and rural regions to save more lives.
By examining the moral implications of artificial intelligence (AI) and designing legal frameworks around them, ethicist and law expert Ian Kerr is safeguarding the public interest.
Lori Beaman is finding ways to foster a truly inclusive society by highlighting the positive, everyday experiences of people who look beyond religious differences to focus on their similarities.
As a global powerhouse in photonics research, uOttawa received a $20,000 fellowship to foster innovation.
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