Summer was just around the corner and I was exhausted after my final exams. I took the initiative to search for a summer job that would be more than just a learning experience.
Posted in: Article, Campus life, Community Life, Student Services, Student Stories, Telfer School of Management
As I reflect on another great day at a new co-op work term with the Treasury Board of Canada, a position I am rapidly growing to love, I find myself wondering: where would I be right now if I hadn’t gotten into the University of Ottawa CO-OP Program?
Posted in: Article, Blogs, Campus life, Co-op, Department of Communication, Student Stories
Pupils at a school in rural Zimbabwe no longer have to sit on wood scraps thanks to a non-profit group co-founded by uOttawa civil law graduate Corinna Pilon. The Aspirare Foundation raised $3,000 last year to buy 38 desks and
Posted in: Article, Civil Law Section, Faculty of Law, International, News, Student Stories, uOGlobal
Reading a story and not finding out what happens at the end is like eating Oreos without a glass of milk! So the Gazette team met with three graduates we wrote about in 2013 to tell you more about their incredible stories.
Posted in: Alumni, Article, Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology, Civil Law Section, Department of Economics, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, Francophonie, School of Political Studies, Student Stories
What makes a 40-year-old woman with four children go back to school after more than 20 years in the workforce? A desire to experience campus life and enjoy all it has to offer.
Posted in: Alumni, Article, Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science, Student Stories
Rarely can a student boast of graduating at the same time as their parent, and it is even less likely that they should be graduating at the same convocation ceremony. But this will be the case this year for Ruth
Posted in: Article, Faculty of Arts, Student Stories
At the beginning of the 20th century, going to the Moon seemed like an impossible dream. But on July 21, 1969, Neil Armstrong set foot on it. Conquering Mars? Don’t even think about it! But a mission to Mars represents
Posted in: Article, Faculty of Engineering, International, Student Stories
Professors provide students with an education. But a great educator provides much more. They’re mentors, great communicators, dedicated leaders and positive role models. Two uOttawa professors certainly fit into the category of a great educator. In fact, uOttawa’s Michel Désilet
Posted in: Article, Faculty of Medicine, Student Stories
When teenager Bella falls in love with Edward, a being with supernatural abilities who is guarding a dark secret, she faces the wrenching decision of whether to keep it to herself or risk exposing him to grave danger. Are family
Posted in: Article, Department of Communication, Faculty of Arts, Research, Student Stories
Claudia Gaspar says getting pregnant at age 17 ten years ago caused her to drop out of school in Grade 9. But thanks to a University of Ottawa bursary and the Ottawa-based Youville Centre, she is now one year away
Posted in: Article, Faculty of Health Sciences, Health Profile, News, School of Nursing, Student Stories