Thanks to volunteers from Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC), including third-year civil law student Patricia Atallah, teenagers from the National Capital Region are getting a taste of what it’s like to practise law, from researching and preparing a case to
Posted in: Article, Faculty of Law, News, Student Stories, volunteering
The money collected through the sale of fake moustaches will go to support the Movember fundraising efforts of Peter Thornton (below), who was judged to have the best moustache. To download the individual photos, click here.
Posted in: Article, Campus life, Events, Human Resources, volunteering
Name: Robert Thom Program: Finance Job title: Financial and professional liability intern Host city: London, United Kingdom When did your CO-OP international work term take place? My CO-OP work term took place this past summer (May to August 2011). What
Posted in: Article, Co-op, International, Student Stories, Telfer School of Management
Mathematician. The word might not conjure up the most exciting career picture for some, but the excitement in Monica Nevins’ voice when she talks about her work just might change a few minds. Nevins is an associate professor in the
Posted in: Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Science, News, Professors
Name: David Wagih Salem Gobraeil Program: Civil Engineering Job title: Junior Site Engineer Host city: Dubai, United Arab Emirates When did you participate in CO-OP positions overseas? I participated in CO-OP positions overseas in spring 2008, winter 2010 and summer 2011.
Posted in: Article, International, Student Stories
Name: Geneviève Séguin Program: Lettres françaises Job title: Marketing assistant Host city: Paris, France When did your international CO-OP work term take place? I completed a placement in Paris, France during the Summer CO-OP session, from May to April 2011.
Posted in: Article, Co-op, Département de français, Faculty of Arts, International, Student Stories
After combing through the numbers from Food Services, it’s obvious that coffee plays a major role in keeping the university running! Last year, coffee consumption on campus totalled 182,784.3 litres, or enough to fill roughly 4,060 Toyota Echo gas tanks.
Posted in: Article, Campus life, News
Name: Sarah Baker Program: Sociology Job title: Marketing Communications Intern Host city: The Hague, Netherlands When did your CO-OP international work term take place? I was working in The Hague, Netherlands, from May to August 2011. What company did you
Posted in: Article, Co-op, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, International, Student Stories
Once again, the University of Ottawa can brag about having been well represented at the national and international levels of the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition. The 16‑member team, with participants from many different faculties, brought home a gold medal from
Posted in: Article, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Science, International, News, Student Stories
Kathryn Trevenen, Associate Professor with the University of Ottawa Institute of Women’s Studies since 2002, holds a Masters degree from York University and a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University. In her role as professor and member of the University’s Senate
Posted in: Article, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Women's Studies, Professors