People who teach. People who research. People who support. People who inspire. We hear time and time again that it’s our people who make us great. They create a sense of community, a feeling of belonging. It’s our students’ ability to not just talk to our faculty, but to get to know them. We invite you to do the same—get to know our people.


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Ryan Parker is a very talented individual who understands the value of a good education. While honing his craft, he also learned how to think critically and be courageous, disciplined, versatile and flexible.

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Before Chantal Roy Denis even walked through the university’s doors, she had already decided to design her degree in a very personal way—one that would time and again take her "home" to study the Métis cause, its people and their struggle.

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Helping people is in Amber’s blood. Though she never imagined she would engage in social justice at an early age, she has followed that path to a career in social work, bringing out resiliency in others.

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A little creative thinking can go a long way, even in the world of business. By thinking outside the box, Leo Wong develops new ways to make business mean more and do more. Because it’s not just about the bottom line—it’s about having a positive impact.

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Jason Symington has had adventures in far away countries, and his camera has always been near at hand. But what drives him as a teacher is witnessing his students’ success and empowering them to create their own vision of the world.

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Eighteen years ago Colette Foisy-Doll brought simulation to an undergraduate nursing program for the first time in Canada, and she has been creating realistic opportunities for students to learn the art and science of nursing around the world ever since.

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