Erica Ehm (BA ʼ85) talks about her career, from her days as a pioneering MuchMusic VJ to her current role as digital mom strategist and founder of YummyMummyClub.ca.
Murielle Pallares rescues child soldiers and watches out for deadly black mamba snakes in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Alumna and professor Marie-Josée Vignola started a unique choir that brings families together.
From baristas to business owners: Jamil and Elie Nassif are using their economics degrees to make it big in the modern furniture business.
Chuck Rifici will receive the Faculty of Engineering’s first Alumnus/Alumna Entrepreneur of the Year award.
Elizabeth Rody, newly-elected uOttawa Alumni Association president, makes sure that feathers aren’t ruffled as Chief of Protocol for the Parliament of Canada.
Renée Black continues to Defy the Conventional with PeaceGeeks, a non-profit organization that teaches high-tech skills to groups around the world that work for peace and human rights.
Cynthia Colapinto (PhD ʼ13 in Population Health) seized upon new statistics to investigate Canadians’ levels of folic acid. Today she checks the evidence behind Health Canada’s dietary guidelines.
uOttawa MD graduate Paul Lem’s rapid DNA testing machine helps heart attack and stroke patients receive targeted treatments.
Alumna Mina Lux was on track to become a biochemical engineer when she changed course to become a digital marketing guru.
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