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Sunday, June 21 marks National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada.

Ontario Tech celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21

For the past quarter-century, June 21 has marked Indigenous Peoples Day, offering all Canadians a symbolic opportunity to learn more about the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.

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.

From left: Noreen Taylor, Chancellor; Dr. Steven Murphy, President and Vice-Chancellor; Dawn Haw, Faculty of Business and Information Technology (FBIT) medal winner (tie); Dr. Michael Bliemel, Dean, FBIT; Dr. Lori Livingston, Provost and Vice-President Academic.

Ontario Tech University salutes 2019 Convocation medal winners

As Ontario Tech University reflects on the conclusion of the 2018-2019 academic year, the Board of Governors and the Office of the Provost salute the outstanding achievements of this year’s faculty medal winners and special award winners.

Ontario Tech University's new logo.

Dawn of a new era: Say hello to Ontario Tech University

The University of Ontario Institute of Technology will begin writing a new chapter in the coming months as it transitions to a distinct new brand. Between now and the start of the next academic year in September, the campus will transform into Ontario Tech University. The university will sport a new look and feel with an exciting new visual identity and market positioning.

Dr. Barbara Perry, Professor, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities (left) with Dr. Ryan Scrivens, Assistant Professor, Michigan State University (image taken during break at 2016 criminology conference in Stockholm, Sweden). Dr. Scrivens earned his undergraduate and master's degrees in Criminology at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology and was mentored by Dr. Perry.

Grad spotlight: You never know where your academic journey might take you

If anyone knows about the value of college-to university ‘bridge’ degree programs, it’s Markham, Ontario-born Ryan Scrivens. The two-time University of Ontario Institute of Technology graduate (Bachelor of Arts in Criminology (2011) and Master of Arts in Criminology (2014)) has an intriguing story to tell about the trajectory of his post-secondary education.

UOIT Motorsports will participate  in the Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (Formula SAE) international student engineering design competition in Lincoln, Nebraska in June 2019.

UOIT Motorsports defines accelerated learning outside the classroom

Hands-on opportunities to apply knowledge in a real-world environment aptly describes the student-learning atmosphere at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). Among many examples of students venturing beyond the boundaries of labs, lecture theatres and curriculum is an enterprising group known as UOIT Motorsports.

Book cover of A Handbook of Food Crime: Immoral and illegal practices in the food industry and what to do about them (co-edited by University of Ontario Institute of Technology graduate Allison Gray (Master of Arts in Criminology, class of 2014) and Professor Emeritus Ronald Hinch, PhD (Founding Dean, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities).

The relationship between food, climate change and environmental crime

University of Ontario Institute of Technology graduate Allison Gray (Master of Arts in Criminology, class of 2014) and Professor Emeritus Ronald Hinch, PhD (Founding Dean, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities) argue the food systems we have in place are not quite as simple or straightforward as one might assume or hope.

University of Ontario Institute of Technology graduate student Samantha Stahlke (centre, pictured with academic dignitaries at Convocation in June 2018 for winning the Faculty of Business and Information Technology medal for highest grade-point average for her undergraduate Bachelor of Information Technology degree) is among the inaugural recipients of the Vector Institute Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence.

University’s Samantha Stahlke taking on the ‘next great frontier’ in technology

Now working on a master’s degree in Computer Science at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Samantha Stahlke has won a prestigious Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence from the Toronto, Ontario-based Vector Institute, which focuses on research into artificial intelligence applications and provides scholarships to graduate students.

Join the hundreds of professionals who have upgraded their skills through one of the many exciting programs offered through the university's Management Development Centre.

Management Development Centre: Professional development for the modern workplace

Join the list of hundreds of professionals who have upgraded their skills at MDC and are making a difference today in their workplace. MDC course facilitators are leading experts with backgrounds in industry, research and academia. This fall, the MDC proudly offers two new courses in addition to its most popular certificate programs.

Social Planning Toronto recently presented University of Ontario Institute of Technology graduate Hamdi Jimale (Forensic Psychology, class of 2018) with the Frances Lankin Community Service Award (Inspiring Leader category).

University alumna recognized for contribution to Toronto’s non-profit sector

Hamdi Jimale is passionate about making a positive impact on her community. The 21-year-old University of Ontario Institute of Technology Forensic Psychology graduate (class of 2018) has made it her mission to make the City of Toronto more youth-friendly and equitable—and her list of accomplishments is impressive.