U of G Grads Aim to Spark Action on Climate Justice Among Young People

Closeup of young woman outdoors

Biodiversity, climate change, First Nations drinking water, the youth vote: they’re among pressing issues that will affect the future of young Canadians, says U of G alum Manvi Bhalla. A 2019 biomedical sciences grad, Bhalla now heads Shake Up the Establishment (SUTE), an advocacy organization she co-founded in her graduation year. The group, which includes

U of G Alumna Honoured in Manitoba

Young woman in field conducting research

U of G alumna Laura Burns is a conservation biologist at Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Park Zoo. She is a recipient of this year’s Future 40 Awards, sponsored by CBC Manitoba. She was feature in a CBC story on the awards.   Burns, who is from southern Ontario, has a B.Sc.(’10) and a M.Sc. (’13) from U

Former Gryphon Runner is World-Class

Runner concentrating

Earlier this year, former Gryphon runner Andrea Seccafien ran a Canadian half-marathon in a record 1:09:38 at the Marugame Half-Marathon in Japan.  It was an extraordinary accomplishment, even more so considering her racing career nearly came to an end in 2015 from a mysterious foot injury.   She fought through it, healed and changed her