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  • (Top left to right) Dominic Giroux, Shelly Moore-Frappier, Bill Bray, Peter Xavier, Sheila Cote-Meek,  (Bottom left to right) Marnie Yourchuk, Frank Ozawagosh, Julie Ozawagosh, Steven Nootchtai, Gaby Pellerin.

    Indigenous Sharing and Learning Centre opens at Laurentian UniversityLaurentian University opened its Indigenous Sharing and Learning Centre (ISLC) today as part of National Aboriginal Day celebrations.

  • Dr. Aaron Langille looking over a students shoulder.

    Dr. Aaron Langille receives Laurentian University's 2016-2017 Teaching Excellence AwardLaurentian University is pleased to announce that Dr. Aaron Langille has been awarded the 2016-2017 Teaching Excellence Award.

  • Laurentian University’s Bharti School of Engineering students in Golden, Colorado.

    Laurentian's Bharti School of Engineering wins global mine rescue competitionLaurentian University’s Bharti School of Engineering students won the 2017 Intercollegiate Mines Emergency Response Development (MERD) competition in Golden, Colorado.

  • Rob and Cheryl McEwen

    Laurentian celebrates official opening of final capital phase of the McEwen School of ArchitectureLaurentian University celebrated the official opening of the final capital phase of the McEwen School of Architecture

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    Major advancements in Indigenous research announced at LaurentianLaurentian announced its new Maamwizing Indigenous Research Institute, and a new Advancing Indigenous Research Fund to accelerate Indigenous specific research.

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    Laurentian Names New Research, Innovation and Engineering Building in Honour of Clifford A. Fielding In honour of a $3 million investment from Mrs. Lily Fielding and her family, Laurentian University will name its new state-of-the-art facility the Clifford A. Fielding...

  • Research, Innovation and Engineering Centre

    Canadian and Ontario governments invest $27.4 million in infrastructure at LaurentianThe federal government will invest $21.1 million and the Ontario government will invest $6.3 million towards research and innovation infrastructure.

Blogs

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18
Farewell

Dear members of the University community /Boozhoo/Aanii/Kwe kwe, This is my final blog posting as President and Vice-Chancellor, and my last day in the President’s Office. Since the announcement in April of my appointment as Chief Executive Officer of Health Sciences North and of the Health Sciences North Research Institute effective October 2nd, it has been an intense sprint to complete as many files as possible. We finalized a balanced budget for 2017-2018. Convocation season was as wonderful and hectic as ever. We completed consultations for the 2018-2023 Strategic Plan and Draft #1 has been submitted this week by Dr. Linda Ambrose to the 2018-2023 Strategic Plan Steering Committee. The incoming Interim President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Pierre Zundel, and I have taken part in over a dozen meetings with decision-makers at Queen’s Park, major donors and local college presidents. The process to recruit the next Vice-President, Administration is entering in the selection phase ...

08
30
SPAD Internship Profile: Matt Mueller and MLSE

Fourth Year SPAD student Matthew Mueller did his internship with Maple Leafs Sport and Entertainment. Matt, through his busy schedule, was able to give us some insight into his role with MLSE in their Global Partnerships department and took the time to offer up some advice to future and current SPAD students on internship opportunities. SB: What is it like to be working for MLSE, one of the biggest sports organizations in Canada and even the world? Were and/or are you a fan of any of their sports teams? Is that what drove you to work for them? MM: Working for MLSE was an all around great experience. It was a tremendous experience to learn first hand from some of the best minds and personalities in the sports and entertainment industry. The great thing about interning with MLSE is that they provide you so many opportunities to be involved and learn about many different aspects of the sports industry. It was both enjoyable and educational to be part of an organization that is so ...