These latest chair holders will expand the University of Ottawa’s breadth and depth of research and expertise; they will work on novel ways to understand and treat cancer, protect mental health, and provide much-needed context by linking data.
A virtuoso with a warm, elegant style and a wide-ranging repertoire, pianist David Jalbert has established himself among the elite of a new generation of classical musicians
Using photos and archival documents, the French Life in the Capital website tells the little-known story of Ottawa’s francophones.
University of Ottawa developmental psychologists and linguists Tania Zamuner, Christina Atance, and Christopher Fennell are now conducting groundbreaking research in a child-friendly museum setting. The lab, which opened to the public on November 17, is connected to the museum’s new children’s gallery. Families visiting the gallery simply walk in and interact with researchers, who engage them in short games, puzzles or problem-solving tasks. This is the largest living lab in North America and only the second in Canada, after the University of British Columbia’s Living Lab at Vancouver’s Science World.
Lori Beaman, Canada Research Chair in Religious Diversity and Social Change and professor in the Department of Classics and Religious Studies, has garnered three prestigious awards: the 2017 SSHRC Impact Award in the Insight Category, the 2017-2018 uOttawa Excellence in Research Award, and in January 2018 she received an honourary doctorate from Uppsala University (Sweden).
These Waters Have Stories To Tell presents work by six international artists and is a reflection of their experience and relationship with oceanic waters.
Biography and role of the Vice-Dean
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