Professor Julie Goldenson: The art and science of forensic psychology

The art and science of Forensic Psychology

Assistant Program Head of Psychology, Julie Goldenson, discusses her diverging roles as a forensic psychologist, clinical psychologist and academic researcher.

ECS and FCSS
Degree Completion info night

On Thurs., Feb 18 from 7:00-8:30pm, come to the University of Guelph-Humber to learn about Early Childhood Studies and Family and Community Social Services Degree Completion programs.

Professor Paul Sherman

Exploring new ways of teaching, learning and being

Justice Studies alumnus Jeff McLean

Alumni Profile: Taking the initiative

Scholarships at the University of Guelph-Humber

Are you eligible for a UofGH scholarship?

We know that university is a big investment, so the University of Guelph-Humber offers some of the province’s most generous scholarships available to incoming students.

Exploring new ways of teaching, learning and being

There’s more than one way to run a classroom, and new research by Paul Sherman published in the journal Cogent Education, explores the approach taken by Soka education, a relatively new teaching movement from Japan.

Taking the initiative

Justice Studies alumnus Jeff McLean talks about his time at UofGH and where it’s led him.

Explaining The Perfect Storm

Business Professor David Birkett will lecture on the lead-up to the 2008 financial crisis, “demystifying” it for a non-business audience.

UofGH students get real-world research experience

UofGH students get real-world research experience

Students at the University of Guelph-Humber aren’t just learning about the newest research in their field, they’re helping to make it.

Inspiration came from close to home

After working for years as an early childhood educator, Tahira Naeem decided to go back to school at UofGH.

An award for enriching the student learning experience

Nominate a graduating student for the Michael Nightingale Community Enrichment Award by February 15.

News

Feb08 UofGH students get real-world research experience Students at the University of Guelph-Humber aren’t just learning about the newest research in their field, they’re helping to make it.
Feb05 Degree Completion Information Night More information on the upcoming information night for Early Childhood and FCSS degree completion programs.
Feb04 Exploring new ways of teaching, learning and being There’s more than one way to run a classroom, and new research by Paul Sherman published in the journal Cogent Education, explores the approach taken by the Japanese teaching movement, Soka education.
Feb02 Are you eligible for a UofGH scholarship? We know that university is a big investment, so the University of Guelph-Humber offers some of the province’s most generous scholarships available to incoming students.
Feb01 The art and science of Forensic Psychology Assistant Program Head of Psychology, Julie Goldenson, discusses her diverging roles as a forensic psychologist, clinical psychologist and academic.
Jan28 Inspiration came from close to home After working for years as an early childhood educator, Tahira Naeem decided to go back to school at UofGH.
Jan26 Explaining The Perfect Storm Business Professor David Birkett will lecture on the lead-up to the 2008 financial crisis, “demystifying” it for a non-business audience.
Jan21 Taking the initiative Justice Studies alumnus Jeff McLean talks about his time at UofGH and where it’s led him.

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