Professor-Ambassadors Program

The Professor-Ambassadors Program’s 2016-2017 edition has been launched!

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Ottawa has been offering the Professor-Ambassadors Program since the fall of 2015. The program is a collaborative initiative meant to provide Grade 11-12 students, secondary 4 and 5 students, as well as Cegep students from the National Capital Area a glimpse into one of three areas of study offered at the Faculty of Arts (humanities; languages and literatures; and fine arts) to help them transition into university.

This program will also allow your students to gain access to research done by our best professors.

NEWEST ADDITION! In hopes of growing and improving the Professor-Ambassadors Program, a number of our workshops will be offered at a distance for schools outside the National Capital Region. These workshops can be identified by the letter D in parenthesis.

The Professor-Ambassadors Program’s 2016-2017 programming now available. Have any questions? Send an email to our new Program Coordinator Maxine Fournier ( maxine.fournier@uOttawa.ca ).

Please note that more courses and workshops may be offered as the school year progresses.

 

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Courses & Workshops

The Professor-Ambassadors Program features a series of free courses and workshops given by professors from the Faculty of Arts. These last between 45-75 minutes.

View our available courses and workshops

Registration form 

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Students & Professor-Ambassadors

The Professor-Ambassadors Program is offered to students in Grades 11 or 12, secondaire 5 or CÉGEP in the National Capital Region during the school year (between October –June).

Our professor-ambassadors consist of current professors and PhD students.

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Knowledge & Discussion

The courses and workshops showcased through our program are tailored to deepen students’ knowledge of certain topics of interest, to discuss new ideas and new perspectives about key subjects, and to introduce high school students to university studies particularly those offered by the Faculty of Arts.

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