Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders

UofGH in the News

Mark Saunders, set to graduate from UofGH's Justice Studies Degree Completion program, receives a standing ovation as he is sworn in as Toronto’s new police chief.

Economist and UofGH Business professor weighs in on Hydro One sale

UofGH in the News

In an analysis performed for the Canadian Union of Public Employees, which represents Toronto Hydro workers, UofGH’s Dr. David Peters issues warnings.

Convocation 2015

Convocation 2015

Everything you need to know to prepare for your big day.

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Internationalization

For as long as the phrase “Think globally, act locally” has been around, its origins have been in dispute. Now, Program Head of FCSS would like to add one more area of contention - that is, its definition.

Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired)
Stéphane Grenier
to receive honorary degree
at UofGH Convocation

Convocation 2015

Veteran of the Canadian military and mental health innovator to address UofGH graduands at upcoming ceremony.

New entrance scholarships
2015-2016

Entrance Awards & Scholarships

Our new entrance scholarships for 2015-2016 offer more funding than ever before.

In Memoriam:
Dr. Lillian Campbell

Announcements

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of psychology faculty, Dr. Lillian Campbell – a passionate advocate, instructor, and mentor.

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Study Abroad at UofGH

In the final part of this study abroad series, we learn about walking the line between persuasion and propaganda in London and Berlin in pursuit of truth.

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News

May21 Walk the line In the final part of this study abroad series, we learn about walking the line between persuasion and propaganda in London and Berlin in pursuit of truth.
May21 Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired) Stéphane Grenier to receive honorary degree at UofGH Convocation Veteran of the Canadian military and mental health innovator to address UofGH graduands at upcoming ceremony.
May21 Think globally, teach locally For as long as the phrase “Think globally, act locally” has been around, its origins have been in dispute. Now, UofGH Program Head of Family & Community Social Services, Paul Sherman, would like to add one more area of contention – its definition.
May19 In Memoriam: Dr. Lillian Campbell It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of psychology instructor, Lillian Campbell – a passionate advocate, instructor, and mentor.
May06 We all fear failure. But not to worry – there’s good news. First-hand advice: UofGH students accompany Program Head of Early Childhood to speak at high schools about the stresses of transitioning to university.
May06 The business of pleasure In part six of this study abroad series, we learn about North American vs. European conceptions of the good life. Or, as they say, la bonne vie.
May06 Where children play with knives, and that’s a good thing In creating real tools for kindergarteners, researcher and Associate Professor of Outdoor Education for Pre-school Children at University College Lillebaelt, Denmark, Lief Christensen, is doing more than allowing for children to build.

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