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Michelle Liu volunteers up to 40 hours a month in several different roles on and off-campus
Keith Hipel still driven by his love of nature learned during boyhood summers at the cottage
The Pulse Home team hopes to win over judges at the Hult Prize challenge in Australia
Six teams of engineering graduates hope to turn their fourth-year design projects into viable businesses
Find out which life-changing ideas earned three grad students a share of $35K and entrance in the Velocity Garage
From cancer research to front desk assistant, co-op and EDGE students take centre stage during National Co-op and WIL Week
Christine Muschik recognized for her early stage research in high-energy physics that could lead to solving physics’ most challenging problem
Winners will be recognized at the International Women’s Day Dinner
Canada's newest Nobel laureate receives a warm welcome on Parliament Hill.
Nobel laureate delivers first President's Lecture of 2019.