• Nipissing announces 2014 honorary degrees

    Nipissing University will bestow its highest distinction, an honorary degree, upon the following people: Rush (Geddy Lee, Neil Peart and Alex Lifeson), Giles Blunt, Dr. Donald Weaver, Dr. Mary Ferguson-Paré, Muriel Sawyer, the Honorable Frances Lankin, and Ron Jamieson.
  • Student leaders recognized with Dave Marshall Leadership Awards

    Each year at Nipissing University, 25 full-time students are recognized with a Dave Marshall Leadership Award. The recipients of this prestigious award have made an outstanding extra-curricular contribution to their academic program, to the campus, or to the greater community.
  • Chancellor’s Awards celebrate excellence in research, teaching, service

    Each year during convocation, Nipissing University celebrates the value and importance of its faculty through the awarding of the Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Research, Teaching and Service. Although we are not able to gather for in-person convocation ceremonies at this time, we would like to recognize and congratulate this year’s deserving recipients of the Chancellor’s Awards.
  • Cheryl Sutton begins term as Nipissing University president

    Nipissing University’s new interim President and Vice-Chancellor is officially one week into her role. Cheryl Sutton, the University’s former Vice-President, Finance and Administration, took over the leadership position on July 1, succeeding Dr. Mike DeGagné who served in the role since 2013.
  • Meet Student Leader Lisa Truong

    Lisa has demonstrated her community leadership by advocating for, and educating others about, the need for bone marrow transplant donors in Canada. During her practicum, Lisa became aware of the silent crisis occurring in the bone marrow transplant community. Through research, Lisa discovered that only 2% of Canadians were registered to be a donor and that there is a particular need for more ethnically diverse stem cell donors.