Text that reads: Balancing security and privacy in crime prevention

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.

New pathways to an Early Childhood Studies degree

A new fully online option and increased transfer credits for ECE diplomas create fast new routes to a future in Early Childhood Studies.

Family & Community Social Services offers new fully online option

The FCSS Degree Completion program can now be completed without stepping foot on UofGH’s Toronto campus.

How does democracy affect global finance?

Business Program Head Dr. George Bragues recently appeared on the Economics Detective podcast to discuss his book.

Text reading: Can animals be self-aware?

Media Studies instructor publishes book on animal ethics

Dr. Natalie Evans’ book looks at whether animals can be self-aware or autonomous.

Law enforcement officer finds passion for education

Law enforcement officer finds passion for education

Bill Courtice had a three-decade career in policing before attending the University of Guelph-Humber.

Text that reads: A home-run career in PR with the Blue Jays

A baseball player swinging.

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.

Text that reads: Turning an injury into a career

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.