On March 24, Nipissing University will join the North Bay community in commemorating the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (IDERD).
ResearchNipissing Professor of Social Work and Social Gerontology, Dr. Mary Pat Sullivan, is leading a research team that was recently awarded a grant from the Retired Teachers of Ontario Foundation (RTOERO Foundation) for a study on dementia, social isolation and loneliness.
ResearchSchulich School of EducationDr. Cindy Peltier, Associate Professor and Chair of Indigenous Education at Nipissing University, was recently interviewed by WIRED magazine for an article titled For Marginalized Groups, Being Studied Can Be a Burden.
AlumniSchool of BusinessNipissing University School of Business graduate, Taylor Hummel (BBA ’19), is part of a small team that developed a successful initiative to encourage members of the North Bay community to shop locally this holiday season. Alongside her former high school classmates, Nico Waltenbury and Sierra Mercer, Hummel forged partnerships with 10 local businesses to create The Bay Bundle.
Former Nipissing professor and citizen of Dokis First Nation, Terry Dokis may be retired, but his teachings won’t soon be forgotten. Working with professor of history, Dr. Katrina Srigley and video technologist Greg Foster, Dokis’ version of the Nishnaabeg Creation Story he carries has been captured in a video titled Cradling the Heart: an Anishinabek Creation Story.
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