Digital Humanities Summer Institute: Technologies East (DHSITE) at the University of Ottawa is a four-day bilingual event introducing new computing technologies and their uses in education and research. It addresses topics such as digitizing, disseminating, and archiving data in various disciplines and using a variety of approaches.
Damage caused by the emerald ash borer, a highly destructive beetle native to Asia, is visible across several U.S. states and large parts of Quebec and Ontario. The insect, first detected in Canada in 2002, typically kills 99% of ash trees in a given area within six years and has caused the destruction of tens of millions of trees. Its spread has also resulted in hefty bills for the treatment or removal of countless ash trees.
As the adage has it, “teaching creates all other professions.” Similarly, an education degree opens many doors. That certainly holds true for the thousands who have graduated from uOttawa’s Faculty of Education since its founding in 1967. Meet four alumni who have carved out distinctive careers both inside and outside the classroom.