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Keep updated on all the happenings at Huron. As one of Canada's oldest Liberal Arts universities, we pride ourselves on sharing the good news of Huron and what makes the university so unique in the post-secondary landscape.

Dr. Barry Craig, Huron’s 17th President, reappointed to second term

Jon Munn, MMJC Director, Marketing & Communications
Apr 26, 2019
Dr. Barry Craig, Huron’s 17th President, has been reappointed to a second five-year term, which will see him continue as President of Huron until 2026.    Under his leadership, Huron has increased its enrolment by 50 per cent in just three years, while becoming an increasingly more diverse community with a strong international student presence.
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Dr. Geoff Read, Huron class of ’98, appointed Vice-President, Academic and Dean of Faculty of Arts and Social Science of Huron

Feb 12, 2019
LONDON, ON: Huron is excited to announce on February 14, 2019, Dr. Geoff Read, 1998 Huron University graduate, will be appointed to the position of Vice-President, Academic, and Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Science. Dr. Read’s appointment will run until June 30, 2024 and is subject for renewal. Dr.
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Huron celebrates three prominent alumni at 155th Founder's Day

Jon Munn, Director of Marketing & Communications
Nov 30, 2018
Today, Huron will celebrate its 155th Founder’s Day, marking the day Huron was founded in 1863. During today’s celebration, Huron will also recognize three alumni who exemplify what it means to be true Leader with Hearts and members of the Huron community. Melinda Rogers, Honorary Doctor of Divinity Recipient Huron presents alumna Melinda Rogers
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Huron hosts first-ever Chancellor and world-renowned businessperson, Prem Watsa, speaks at Huron

Rachel Macaulay, Communications Specialist
Oct 19, 2018
London, ON -  Today, Huron welcomes the university’s very first Chancellor, Prem Watsa, to speak to the university community about “Business as a Calling.”  Mr.
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Huron Alumna’s job with Global Affairs Canada in Singapore: Experiencing the USA - North Korea June Summit, and other adventures

Jon Munn, Director, Marketing & Communications
Sep 28, 2018
Huron Alumna, Toby Schwartz, is a  Foreign Service Officer with Global Affairs Canada. Although not directly involved during the June summit as it centred between the U.S., DPRK and Singaporean officials, Schwartz reported to Ottawa headquarters on the Summit preps. Huron University spoke with Toby on her experience.
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Huron University welcomes its largest-ever first-year class in its 155-year history

Jon Munn, Director, Marketing & Communications
Sep 11, 2018
Over the past year, Huron University has seen an unprecedented increase in student enrolment – amidst declining enrolment in Liberal Arts universities across North America. Western’s founding university college attributes this rapid increase in admissions to Huron’s new vision of Developing Leaders with Heart.
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Huron partners with Woodland Cultural Centre documenting history of Residential Schools

Jon Munn, Director, Marketing and Communications
Jul 25, 2018
Huron’s History Department is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership bringing together undergraduate students, researchers, and community partners to further the work of truth-telling about the history of Canada’s residential school system. Students enrolled in HIST 3201E: First Peoples and Colonialism in Canada in the 2018-19 academic ye
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Huron University announces five full scholarships for Syrian Refugees, reaffirms commitment to WUSC and DACA students

Jon Munn, Director, Marketing & Communications
Mar 19, 2018
Huron University makes several announcements surrounding its responsibility to society, both locally and globally LONDON, ON: Today, Huron University was proud to make several announcements during the 20th-anniversary celebration of its partnership with the World University Service of Canada (WUSC). Huron University’s mission is centred around lo
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Key Contacts

Jon Munn, MMJC

Director, Marketing & Communications
519.438.7224 ext. 285
jmunn4huron.uwo.ca
Lucas Alumni House, 2nd Floor

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

Rachel Macaulay

Communications Specialist
519.438.7224 ext. 388
rmacaulhuron.uwo.ca
Lucas Alumni House

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday