France Martineau, full professor in the Département de français, examines how the French language evolved across North America.
As the president and CEO of Cirque du Soleil, arts graduate Daniel Lamarre is the ringmaster who keeps the magic coming.
The personal qualities you develop at university can help open doors in unexpected places, as the many uOttawa grads from non-technical fields hired by Shopify can attest.
The new uOGlobal recognition program gives uOttawa students a competitive edge in today’s international labour market. It’s also enriching their lives.
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.
"Music is a universal language. It allows us to grow spiritually and psychologically. It opens up a universe. But if we want future generations to take advantage of it, we must encourage today’s composers." – Micheline Beaudry-Somcynsky
uOttawa alumna Vidya Nair helped kick-start a computerized training program for rural women that is advancing India’s campaign to address its sanitation crisis
When, in 1974, Robert Oades decided to become a full-time member of the University of Ottawa Department of Music, after 20 years as an educator, administrator and professional trumpeter, the English native was only following a passion for teaching that he had always felt, one his daughters, Susan, Jennifer and Valerie, know a thing or two about.
In the 1980s, it was rare to see a woman working as a manager. For a fighter like Ida Deurloo, there was no way she could let that stand. Whether at the University of Ottawa, where she was assistant registrar from 1983 to 1989, or in the world of finance, where she finished her career, Deurloo wasn't satisfied with just forging her own path — she also wanted to pave the way for those who followed.
Patrick Cauthers needed a new French horn… but didn’t know how he’d pay for it.
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