Strategic Areas

In the course of his first term, the President and Vice-Chancellor has made internationalization as well as diversity and inclusion a priority, 

 

Diversity and Inclusion

Much consideration on has been given to questions of diversity and inclusion following the creation of the Ad-Hoc Committee on Diversity and Inclusion in November 2016, and leading up to the appointment of a Special Advisor on Diversity and Inclusion.

Over the next two years, the newly appointed Special Advisor on Diversity and Inclusion will be fulfil her mandate by providing strategic advice on the University's policies, guidelines and practices on diversity and inclusion, by collecting data and by providing leadership on matters of diversity and inclusion. 

Learn more about diversity and inclusion and the Special Advisor's role. 

International Policy

Within the context of knowledge dissemination and internationalization, the University of Ottawa is committed to increasing student and faculty mobility and to broadening the scope of its activities in the areas of teaching, research and service to communities.

A report was prepared by the Committee on International Policy which detailed a vision, strategic objective and implementation principles to enable the University to reach world-class status. 

Learn more about the report and the University's international policy. 

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