Balancing the body with the mind

Dr. Dan Yarmey puts his expertise in sports psychology to work training athletes to perform under pressure. This summer, he's worked with boxers to help them plan and focus better when they're in the ring.

Around the world with a Media Studies grad

Around the world with a Media Studies grad

Daniella Cross

Since Daniella Cross first came to UofGH in 2003, she’s tried to conquer Toronto politics, navigated careers across three industries, and has travelled to more countries than the average head of state.

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Four stories of living technology

Allysha Wassegijig: How one alumna is making her own luck

How one alumna is making her own luck

Allysha Wassegijig, who graduated from UofGH’s Kinesiology program in 2014, says she has a knack for being in the right place at the right time.

A guide for new students

Get everything you need to select courses, find parking and get acquainted with student services on your new campus.

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Four stories of living technology

Made up of more than 100 plant varieties, the Plant Wall is UofGH's natural air filter, keeping the building clean, fresh and beautiful.

Leye Oyelami:

Learning all the time: Leye Oyelami

Since he graduated from UofGH in the spring, Leye Oyelami has been doing tech, and human, support as an information technology specialist.

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Drive, persistence and an early rise

For as long as she can remember, alumna Michelle Nelson has wanted to be a TV reporter. Since she graduated from UofGH in 2012, she's done exactly that.

Why Ontario needs more LGBTQ police

Justice Studies Professor Joe Couto has conducted research into why LGBTQ police officers are underrepresented in Ontario.

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Jul27 Balancing the body and the mind Dr. Dan Yarmey has put his expertise in sports psychology to work, training athletes to perform under pressure.
Jul26 Learning all the time: Leye Oyelami Since he graduated from UofGH in the spring, Leye Oyelami has been doing tech, and human, support as an information technology specialist.
Jul20 Around the world with a Media Studies grad Since Daniella Cross first came to UofGH in 2003, she’s tried to conquer Toronto politics, navigated careers across three industries, and has travelled to more countries than the average head of state.
Jul18 How one alumna is making her own luck Allysha Wassegijig, who graduated from UofGH’s Kinesiology program in 2014, says she has a knack for being in the right place at the right time.
Jul13 Why Ontario needs more LGBTQ police Justice Studies Professor Joe Couto has conducted research into why LGBTQ police officers are underrepresented in Ontario.
Jul06 Re-examining how and why police use force Ontario’s Ombudsman recently released a report examining the province’s police services and their Use of Force Model. Dr. Gary Ellis speaks about the need for better police training and frameworks.
Jul06 New Agora Fellows announced After applications and interviews, the recipients of this year’s Agora Fellowships have been announced.
Jun29 Drive, persistence and an early rise For as long as she can remember, alumna Michelle Nelson has wanted to do TV news. Since graduating from the University of Guelph-Humber in 2012, she’s done exactly that.

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