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Jul
01
Media Studies assistant program head, Kathy Ullyot's article featured in Reside Magazine. - image

Media Studies assistant program head, Kathy Ullyot's article featured in Reside Magazine.

Jul
01

University of Guelph-Humber, Media Studies assistant program head, Kathy Ullyot's article "Spiritual New Zealand. Walking with the Maori," is featured in the recently launched Sotheby's Reside Magazine (pg 42).

Jun
22
UofGH Justice professor speaks about policing as part of CBC segment - image

UofGH Justice professor speaks about policing as part of CBC segment

Jun
22

UofGH Justice Professor, Shawna Coxon, took part in a panel discussion that was featured as part of a two-part series on CBC Radio One - IDEAS with Paul Kennedy. The broadcast discussed policing and what it means to police and be policed in these complete anxious times.

Part I: Policing: To serve or protect?
Part II: Policing: Old Cop, new expectations

Jun
05
UofGH professor discusses terror attacks with AM640 and Global News - image

UofGH professor discusses terror attacks with AM640 and Global News

Jun
05

John Irwin, Professor at University of Guelph-Humber joined AM640 and Global News to discuss terror attacks, such as the London attack, and pedestrian protection.

Apr
18
UofGH kinesiology study published in Journal of Alzheimer's Disease - image

UofGH kinesiology study published in Journal of Alzheimer's Disease

Apr
18

What if the practice of meditation could help to reverse the grey matter atrophy that plagues sufferers of Alzheimer’s and other incurable neurodegenerative diseases? It’s a vital question that led Kinesiology Program Head Dr. Leslie Auger and UofGH alumna Nicole Last down a years-long research investigation. The result is their article, co-authored with former UofGH librarian Emily Tufts, “The Effects of Meditation on Grey Matter Atrophy and Neurodegeneration: A Systematic Review,” was recently published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. and highlighted in Exchange Magazine.

Apr
10
Dr. Daniel Andreae selected as Top Professor of the Year as announced in Digital Journal - image

Dr. Daniel Andreae selected as Top Professor of the Year as announced in Digital Journal

Apr
10

Dr. Daniel Andreae, University of Guelph-Humber Psychology professor was recently selected as Top Professor of the Year by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) as featured in Digital Journal.

Apr
01
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Jazz.FM91 features UofGH student

Apr
01

After an epic trip to NYC, UofGH Media Studies student Warren Schlote's radio story, "A Different Side to New York - Parlour Jazz" was featured on Jazz.FM91. 

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