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Mar
22
UofGH Global Indigenous Mental Health Symposium Featured on CBC Indigenous - image

UofGH Global Indigenous Mental Health Symposium Featured on CBC Indigenous

Mar
22

CBC interviewed Psychology Program Head, Dr. David Danto, and other international experts talking about Indigenous mental health approaches at a Toronto symposium hosted by UofGH.

Mar
09
Justice Studies Program Head Appears on CBC News - image

Justice Studies Program Head Appears on CBC News

Mar
09

UofGH's Dr. Gary Ellis appeared in a CBC News story Mar. 8 on Toronto Mayor John Tory’s campaign to get firearms off the streets. The story also got picked up on MSN.ca

Feb
27
Early Childhood Studies Article on Bullying Prevention Published in The Conversation and the National Post - image

Early Childhood Studies Article on Bullying Prevention Published in The Conversation and the National Post

Feb
27

In recognition of Pink Shirt Day, ECS Program Head, Dr. Nikki Martyn and Assistant Program Head, Elena Merenda co-authored an article focused on the roots of bullying, and how to avert it. The commentary: "The real way to prevent bullying: Create inclusive homes and classrooms" is published in The Conversation Canada and the National Post.

Feb
21
Justice Studies Program Head Talks to Toronto Star about Tasers in Policing - image

Justice Studies Program Head Talks to Toronto Star about Tasers in Policing

Feb
21

Dr. Gary Ellis was interviewed in a Feb. 20 Toronto Star story about how the Toronto Police Board is considering issuing more Tasers to front-line officers. He spoke about how Tasers are less lethal than firearms and more effective than batons, but require strong regulations, reporting, supervision and transparency around when they are used.

Feb
07
Dr. Gary Ellis Interviewed in Toronto Star Story - image

Dr. Gary Ellis Interviewed in Toronto Star Story

Feb
07

Justice Studies Program Head Dr. Gary Ellis was interviewed in a Feb. 6 Toronto Star story examining links between an abandoned Toronto police operation and the ongoing investigation into alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. Ellis talked about how police services can be challenged by competing resources when investigating various major incidents in Toronto.

Dec
15
Justice Studies Program Head Speaks on Global News - image

Justice Studies Program Head Speaks on Global News

Dec
15

Justice Studies Program Head Dr. Gary Ellis speaks on Global News' Scott Thompson Show, regarding barricaded persons, hostage taking and standoff situations. 

 

 

Oct
11
UofGH Early Childhood Studies Featured on Global News - image

UofGH Early Childhood Studies Featured on Global News

Oct
11

UofGH and the Early Childhood Studies (ECS) program are embracing alternative approaches to teaching and learning. ECS Program Head, Dr. Nikki Martyn, and a fourth-year Assessment and Intervention class brought Global News into the classroom to experience the latest technology and alternative methods first-hand. Watch the segment here.

Oct
05
UofGH Grad Highlighted in Media for International Work - image

UofGH Grad Highlighted in Media for International Work

Oct
05

UofGH, Early Childhood Studies (ECS) alumna, Lyssa Keil went on to pursue her master's degree in occupational therapy and an international internship in Tanzania. She worked with youth who experienced traumatic events living on the streets or from broken homes. The experience made a lasting impact on Keil who hopes to pursue a career working in mental health or the criminal justice system.

Sep
28
UofGH Global Citizenship Commentary Published in The Conversation Canada - image

UofGH Global Citizenship Commentary Published in The Conversation Canada

Sep
28

UofGH Family & Community Social Services Program Head, Dr. Paul Sherman provided a commentary on recent global leaders' acknowledgement and recognition of the sheer importance of embracing a global citizenship perspective in today's world. This commentary was featured in The Conversation Canada just prior to Barack Obama's speech in Toronto on Sept. 28, 2017. It was also published on the World Economic Forum and National Post.

Aug
24
UofGH Instructor Shawna Coxon appointed deputy police chief - image

UofGH Instructor Shawna Coxon appointed deputy police chief

Aug
24

UofGH instructor, inspector Shawna Coxon, has been introduced as one of three new deputy police chiefs for the City of Toronto, as highlighted in recent media coverage in the Toronto StarCBC News Toronto and City News.

 

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