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See all the 2018 Study Abroad Photo Challenge Winners

Winners have been selected for the University of Guelph-Humber's 2018 Study Abroad Photo Challenge from nearly 50 student submissions.

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How should the profession of Psychology respond to Truth & Reconciliation?

UofGH Psychology Program Head Dr. David Danto and a team of student researchers helped create a report outlining how the profession of Psychology should respond to the Truth & Reconciliation Commission of Canada.

Aug. 28-30

Orientation is a one-day program filled with information to help you get ready for your classes and succeed as a University of Guelph-Humber student. You will meet other new students, as well as staff and faculty.

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New Student Guide

Get everything you need to select courses, secure parking, pay tuition and get acquainted with campus.

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Text that reads: Exploring aging in Japan

Olivia Boukydis, a UofGH alumna and instructor, visited Soka University in Japan recently to deliver a lecture on the aging population and its global impact.

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UofGH Business students to compete in South Africa

A team of three University of Guelph-Humber students and one alumnus has qualified for the semifinals of the highly competitive CFO Case Competition, so they will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to South Africa to compete in October.

Text that reads: UofGH alum named Kawartha Lakes Police Chief

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UofGH alumnus Mark Mitchell has recently been named Chief of Police of the City of Kawartha Lakes.