From the classroom to the frontline: How one Douglas grad combined his education with a career in firefighting
Nick Cirillo’s Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching degree gave him the tools he needed to become a firefighter.
Q&A: How one Therapeutic Recreation alum finished off her last semester during the pandemic – and landed a job!
Emma Martina learned the value of therapeutic recreation at a young age. Now a grad of the diploma program, Emma is using her skills to bring healing and hope to others.
Student Ambassadors help with school visits, speak to potential new students, direct people to information sessions, and address concerns potential or current students may have. It is an opportunity for me to share my Douglas experience. Most of these opportunities have now had a virtual replacement and I am able to do most from home which has been a pleasant experience.
Instructor James Zhou experiments with creative ways of practising chemistry outside the lab during the pandemic.
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.
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.
Getting set for the next stage: How the pandemic helped this theatre grad rediscover the power of story
Although COVID-19 has meant a hiatus for the performing arts community, actor Julia Siedlanowska has been reflecting on how storytelling can help people heal.
Five tips to help make your days a little easier while social distancing.