"The STEM Complex will provide an enhanced research base to train future generations of innovators, combining fundamental knowledge with transferable skills and entrepreneurial know-how." Sylvain Charbonneau, vice-president, research
Interactive student art adds creative spark to STEM
Eight visual arts and engineering students can now enjoy bragging rights for leaving their mark on the University. The brand-new STEM Complex showcases the two works of art they created and built under the STEAM project.
How does a woman from a tiny village in Quebec’s Charlevoix region end up in a power position in “the City” of London, Europe’s financial capital? For Diane Côté, chief risk officer at London Stock Exchange Group, it took grit and hard work.
The Faculty of Science has just appointed a new dean. Louis Barriault, who began his term on July 1st, is a chemistry doctoral student from the University of Sherbrooke of 1997 and has been teaching at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Ottawa since 1999.
Meet Monique Frize, uOttawa's first female engineering grad
Monique Frize (BASc ’66) was the University of Ottawa’s first female engineering graduate. She went on to become a renowned biomedical engineering expert and champion for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The University library, which hosts the Canadian Archive of Women in STEM, asked her to share her story.