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Text that reads: Helping Toronto police study gang violence

Helping Toronto police study gang violence

Six University of Guelph-Humber students have collaborated with the Toronto Police Service on research into youth gang prevention.

Text that reads: Aboriginal expert brings ancient teachings to UofGH

Kim Wheatley

Aboriginal expert brings ancient teachings to UofGH

Kim Wheatley introduced the basic parts of the Medicine Wheel in an interactive workshop.

Jerry Chomyn discusses
Tom Wolfe's death on CTV News

Media Studies Program Head Jerry Chomyn recently appeared on CTV News to discuss the death of legendary writer Tom Wolfe.

People walking with poles

Six reasons to try urban poling

UofGH's Dr. Agnes Coutinho explains the many mental and physical health benefits of urban poling.

UofGH honours placement partners at Standing Ovation

UofGH honours placement partners at Standing Ovation

Standing Ovation celebrated the partners who have supported UofGH students through field placements.

Dr. Glenn Hanna

Text that reads: Dr. Glenn Hanna discusses Toronto police response in van attack

The University of Guelph-Humber's Dr. Glenn Hanna discusses why the Toronto police officer did not shoot his gun following the recent tragic van attack and why everything he did was correct.

Media Studies student receives kudos for his film

Media Studies student Andrew Greer receives praise for his video on Jess Silver, a personal trainer and trailblazer with cerebral palsy.

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Last Lecture celebrates UofGH’s Class of 2018

Last Lecture celebrates UofGH’s Class of 2018

There was no shortage of highlights at the recent 13th Annual Last Lecture, which toasted 200 soon-to-be-graduates.

UofGH holds Global Indigenous Mental Health Symposium

Twenty experts from around the world gathered recently to exchange ideas and insights at UofGH's Global Indigenous Mental Health Symposium.