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Ontario Tech researcher exploring parent-child conversations about COVID-19

As the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic deepens, an Ontario Tech University researcher will examine how Canadian and American parents talk to their children and how kids are adjusting during this historic time. Developmental Psychologist Dr. Lindsay Malloy and her lab team have launched a new study titled Coronavirus: Parent-Child Conversations and Children's Reactions to the Pandemic.

Ontario Tech University's 2020 Virtual Open House takes place Saturday, March 28, starting at 10 a.m.

Check out Ontario Tech University’s virtual Open House Saturday, March 28

Physical distancing may be forcing people to stay indoors, but it hasn’t stopped Ontario Tech University’s Open House. Looking to give future students and applicants as much access and information as possible to learn more about us, the university’s annual event has been transformed into a digital, interactive Virtual Open House (ontariotechu.ca/openhouse) on Saturday, March 28.

2017 Three-Minute Thesis winner Ololade Sanusi representing Ontario Tech University at the 2017 provincial 3MT championship in Waterloo, Ontario.

Explain your research to me. You’ve got three minutes: Go!

On Thursday, March 12, Ontario Tech University will put the spotlight on graduate student research as candidates for master’s degrees and PhDs publicly share their discoveries during the annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition.

Red dresses displayed in Ontario Tech University's North Oshawa Campus Library.

REDress Campus Campaign to shine spotlight on MMIWG2S crisis – February 10 to 14

From Monday, February 10 to Friday, February 14, the REDress Campus Campaign at Ontario Tech University and Durham College will raise awareness, generate conversation, inspire action and honour those who have been touched by the historic and ongoing Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People (MMIWG2S) crisis.