Coursework: corruption, scandal and political ethics

Corruption, scandal and political ethics at University of Guelph, coursework

Political scandals have been around for as long as politics have been around. That might explain the popularity of “Corruption, Scandal and Political Ethics,” a distance education course for credit towards certificates in leadership and in public policy and administration. It’s the second most popular online course offered at U of G. So, what’s the

Syrian refugee student arrives

Syrian student Sara Kuwatly arrives at University of Guelph

Next to her new winter clothing, that campus guide was a must-have for Kuwatly in early January. Newly arrived at U of G from Lebanon, the Syrian student needed to find her way around a snow-covered campus completely unlike anything she’d left behind in the Middle East. “People are nice here,” she says with a

Football coach competes on The Amazing Race Canada

At 62 years old, Neil Lumsden was the oldest competitor on the most recent edition of The Amazing Race Canada, which aired over the summer. But when his daughter Kristin, 31, asked him to be her teammate and apply for the show, the U of G assistant football coach and CFL Hall of Famer was