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Justice Studies Program Head helps weigh ethics of European security project

Dr. Gary Ellis is on the ethics board for a major European law-enforcement study involving 17 countries.

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Visiting lecturer covers all PR bases

Jay Stenhouse shared his insight from 31 years of experience with the Toronto Blue Jays with Media Studies students.

Thinking alongside her Early Childhood Studies students

Thinking alongside her students

Many of Professor Lindsay Barton's courses at UofGH explore systemic inequality.

2016 Year in Review

A look back at some of the top stories from 2016

Working firsthand with a registered kinesiologist

Working firsthand with a registered kinesiologist

Gabriella Denino made the most of her fourth-year field placement at Humber River Hospital's bariatric clinic.

Get Involved! Be Informed! Fair
January 17

Come enjoy the Get Involved! Be Informed! Fair in the Guelph-Humber Atrium (in front of the plant wall).

Transfer Student Webinar
January 18

Join us for a live webinar hosted by admission staff and learn more about the admission requirements, potential transfer credit and scholarships.

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Turning an injury into a career in kinesiology

Nicholas Graham first discovered his passion for health after suffering an injury, and eventually decided to transfer to UofGH to pursue his degree.

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University of Guelph-Humber's 6th Annual Psychology Conference opens young minds

An electric-blue brain

Grade 12 students pack UofGH to learn about Psychology

Students also vie for five $1,000 awards and the Thom Hermann Psychology trophy as part of the Psychathlon activity.