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Rob on a summer internship at the Edmonton Journal/Sun in May 2017. In 2008, when Rob Csernyik graduated from Bishop’s, he did not plan to be a respected journalist sitting in Australia on a Zoom call with his alma mater fifteen years later.  As a Bishop’s student, Rob contributed articles to The Campus and hosted...
Dr. Genner Llanes-Ortiz is Bishop’s University’s newest Canada Research Chair and specializes in Digital Indigeneities.   Dr. Llanes-Ortiz draws a lot from his experience as an Indigenous person in his research. Being from Mexico, he emphasizes that the most important part of his work at Bishop’s is creating conversations between Indigenous people in the South and...
Physics students Jeremy Côté and Jaeden Bardati demonstrate the calibre of undergraduate research and academics of Bishop’s University’s Physics and Astronomy Department, pursuing their academic goals at advanced levels. Their strong academic performance and passion for discovery drove them to apply to programs of study at the prestigious Perimeter Institute, a non-profit charity devoted to...
Dr. Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé, of Bishop’s University’s Department of Politics and International Studies, works with international institutions and global communities to bridge people and worlds so that we may understand one another better, because she knows that changing the world requires an understanding of how it works.   Dr. Martin-Brûlé has done extensive research field work in...
Dr. Simplice Ayangma Bonoho came to Bishop’s University from Cameroon as a Postdoctoral health researcher examining Canada’s Official Development Assistance (ODA) supporting the health development of francophone countries in Africa. His project was one of 70 Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships announced in 2021 by the Government of Canada.  Until now, scientific production in this field had...
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