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Text that reads: Ethics in Action: How UofGH cracks the case

Ethics in Action: How UofGH cracks the case

The University of Guelph-Humber can win Dalhousie University's Ethics in Action Case Competition for a third straight year this month. See how our students prepare for this competition, and why participating in case competitions pays dividends.

UofGH alum named Commissioner of Canadian Human Rights Commission

UofGH alumna Rachel Leck graduated from the Media Studies program before moving on to a career in law. Now, she's been named Commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

Inaugural Lecture
Dr. Jason Goulah
Nov. 21

Alongside ABLE, UofGH hosts a career fair for Justice students and the community. Exhibitors represent police departments, government, fire and ambulance services. It's the largest fair of its kind in Ontario.

Text that reads: Career Quest: Exploring the world of work

UofGH recently marked its first-ever Career Quest, giving students the opportunity to explore real-world workspaces. Students toured companies including TD Trading, the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Spin Master Toys, and Rogers/680 News.

UofGH Cool Classes: Travel & Tourism

UofGH Cool Classes: Travel & Tourism

In this Electives course, students learn how to analyze and decode tourism trends from around the globe and throughout history.

UofGH instructor highlighted on
CBC Radio

UofGH Instructor Dr. Gregory Klages was recently interviewed about renowned Canadian artist Tom Thomson on CBC Radio.

Why four UofGH
ECS alumni chose Child Life

Child Life Specialists offer support to children who are experiencing a health issue or who have a sick family member. Four UofGH alumni are pursuing master's degrees in an exclusive program at McMaster University. See their stories.