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August 30, 2014
 
 
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Laurier names recipients of 2014 Awards for Teaching Excellence

Laurier names recipients of 2014 Awards for Teaching Excellence


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Laurier's Shohini Ghose and Debb Ritchie honoured at Women of Waterloo Region Awards Laurier's Shohini Ghose and Debb Ritchie honoured at Women of Waterloo Region Awards
(Campus Update - May 08)
Laurier is hosting the next IUPAP International Conference on Women in Physics!
(Headline - Apr 13)
Physics Professor Shohini Ghose shares her TED Fellow experience Physics Professor Shohini Ghose shares her TED Fellow experience
(Campus Update - Apr 02)
Jason Ernst (Computer Science BSc ’07) and Carlos Saavedra (BA ’09) win inaugural CODE national appathon
(Headline - Apr 01)
Shohini Ghose named Woman Physicist of the Month - April 2014 Shohini Ghose named Woman Physicist of the Month - April 2014
(Headline - Mar 31)
Brandon Chow (BBA/CS) and Andrew Paradi (BBA) Win with Web Analytics Startup
(Headline - Mar 26)
Apply for an Undergraduate Student Research Award (USRA) by February 15, 2014
(Notice - Jan 22)
Laurier research centre members VIP guests at MAVEN spacecraft launch Laurier research centre members VIP guests at MAVEN spacecraft launch
(Campus Update - Dec 06)
Laurier quantum physicist named a 2014 TED Fellow Laurier quantum physicist named a 2014 TED Fellow
(News Release - Nov 20)
Laurier Physics Prof. Shohini Ghose interview on being a woman in science Laurier Physics Prof. Shohini Ghose interview on being a woman in science
(Headline - Oct 17)
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Greg Overholt (08), Bachelor of Business Administration and Computer Science 2011 was another big year for Laurier alumnus Greg Overholt, who earned an Ontario Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the Social Innovation category. The Globe and Mail also named him one of Toronto’s hottest young entrepreneurs. Overholt is the executive director and creator of Students Offering Support (SOS), a non-profit organization that supports first- and second-year students with exam preparation while also raising money for development projects. Since it was founded in 2005, SOS has raised more than $700,000 for sustainable development projects in Latin America and tutored more than 12,000 students.

Greg Overholt (08)
Bachelor of Business Administration and Computer Science