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Indigenous Studies course opens minds

Indigenous educators described their experiences in the residential school system to UofGH students.

Meet a UofGH alumni who wants to give back

Prince Khan, left, poses with his fiancee.

Prince Khan found a great fit at UofGH, and he wants to make sure current students succeed too.

UofGH joins Network of International Business Schools

UofGH joins Network of International Business Schools

Membership in NIBS gives UofGH students the chance to participate in one of the world’s oldest case competitions.

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How does learning about genocide affect soldiers?

Dr. Maja Catic and UofGH student Andreea Sindiescu are engaged in a research project relating to mass atrocity violence and education.

UofGH's Career and Placement Services team volunteers at Yonge Street Mission

Career and Placement Services will offer resume building help July 19 for the not-for-profit organization.

Stephanie Matteis poses for a photo

Text that reads: Teaching journalism in the 21st century

Teaching journalism in the 21st century

UofGH instructor Stephanie Matteis says rapid change in Canadian media creates challenges and opportunities.

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Class of 2017 celebrates Convocation

More than 3,600 in attendance as University of Guelph-Humber students celebrate their graduation.

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Inside UofGH's innovative
Learning Lab

UofGH’s Learning Lab helps students see first-hand the latest innovations in education.

Following the
jazz beat to
New York City

Following the jazz beat to New York City

UofGH Media Studies student Warren Schlote used a school trip to New York to unearth a great story.