From baking soda and vinegar to virtual reality, this Chem prof is keeping students engaged at home

Instructor James Zhou experiments with creative ways of practising chemistry outside the lab during the pandemic.

This alum is bringing joy to seniors with dementia in the midst of the pandemic

Therapeutic Recreation seniors

Therapeutic Recreation grad Danielle Axton’s simple request to spread holiday cheer went viral – and global.

Mechanic shifts gears to business owner with dreams of running one of the most successful auto repair shops in the Tri-Cities

Spending time in his dad’s auto shop gave Robert Zielinski ideas for how to grow the business. Getting a BBA with a concentration in Trades Management helped him put those ideas in motion.

Honouring all voices in theatre during an unprecedented time

World Theatre Day

In celebration of World Theatre Day, Theatre Instructor Thrasso Petras shares his thoughts on giving all human identities a voice, and how artists and educators must be prepared to take risks in order to do it.

Beyond math and physics: Lab Facilitator finds ideas for engineering projects in unlikely places

Jared Cloutier’s love for tinkering pays off for Engineering and Fabrication Technology students.

Make connections, grow your skills and promote research at Douglas

Student Research Ambassadors talk about why getting involved in research matters, and why you should get involved, too.

4 ways the Career Centre can help you plan for your dream job

Looking for advice and guidance on what direction to take in your career? The Career Centre can help you choose the right path and achieve your goals.

Discovering his passion: how this alum’s time at Douglas helped him build the foundation for his career

Psychology grad Aran Armutlu’s involvement on campus helped him realize his dream of fighting for student rights and open education

SHIFT-ing the Conversation: An interview with Jakub Burkowicz

We talked to sociologist and Douglas faculty member Jakub Burkowicz to learn about his work on anti-racism in the classroom and why he’s taking part in SHIFT.

SHIFT-ing the conversation: An interview with Amber Brown

We caught up with fourth-year psychology student Amber Brown to learn why she is participating in SHIFT and what this research means to her.