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Business & Media Studies Program Preview Day

March 5th

 
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A film festival that feels close to home

Ottavio Osso’s field placement took him to the Italian Contemporary Film Festival

Can meditation
help reverse neurodegeneration?

Can meditation help reverse neurodegeneration?

Dr. Leslie Auger and UofGH alumna Nicole Last published research on slowing grey-matter atrophy.

Encouraging web-savvy student entrepreneurs

Encouraging web-savvy student entrepreneurs

Media Studies instructor Cynthia Breen helped connect her web design students with clients.

Working with children from SickKids to Kilimanjaro

Working with children from SickKids to Kilimanjaro

Early Childhood Studies alumna Lyssa Keil found her education gave her a bevy of career options.

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Finding a fit in student government

Maja Jocson discovered new career possibilities after getting involved in campus life as Vice-President Student Affairs Guelph-Humber.

Help improve the student experience

First-year and graduating students are invited to participate in a survey that will help us improve the student experience at the University of Guelph-Humber.

Dr. Chris Lo stares into the camera

How to talk about life and death

As part of the UofGH Lecture Series, Dr. Chris Lo will look at the meaning of life and confronting death.

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A children's book encouraging diversity

FCSS instructor Julie Pehar’s kids’ book The Pink Purse is about inclusion and equity.

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Are you eligible for the Founders' Academic Merit Scholarship?

Applications are due Feb. 28 for the scholarship, which grants $20,000 in total funding per recipient.

Students thrive at case competitions in Toronto and Vermont

Business students thrive at case competitions

UofGH students recently excelled at two case competitions after spending the holidays preparing.