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Laurier Athletes of the Week: Emily Brown and Dillon Campbell Laurier Athletes of the Week: Emily Brown and Dillon Campbell
(News - Sep 02)
Registration open for fall 2014 Breakfast with Blouw sessions
(Campus Update - Sep 02)
Laurier welcomes first-year students Laurier welcomes first-year students
(News - Sep 01)
Laurier Brantford gallery features local artist’s “Field of Dreams” Laurier Brantford gallery features local artist’s “Field of Dreams”
(News Release - Aug 29)
Incoming Laurier student chosen for RBC Students Leading Change scholarship Incoming Laurier student chosen for RBC Students Leading Change scholarship
(Campus Update - Aug 29)
Orientation Week information for Laurier’s graduate students
(Campus Update - Aug 29)
Publishers Weekly reviews Laurier historian's book on John Birch Society
(News - Aug 28)
Orientation Week information for new students on Laurier's Waterloo and Brantford campuses
(Campus Update - Aug 28)
Former NFL player speaks to Laurier student athletes about dispelling gender stereotypes Former NFL player speaks to Laurier student athletes about dispelling gender stereotypes
(News - Aug 27)
Important changes to Laurier's wireless network
(Campus Update - Aug 27)
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Kathy Gruspier ('84), Bachelor of Arts, Archaeology Kathy Gruspier was the first consulting forensic anthropologist to the Chief Coroner in Ontario and continues to practice forensic anthropology, assisting police officers at homicide scenes, analyzing unidentified remains, and presenting expert evidence at trials. An expert on genocide, Gruspier was a member of the second Canadian Forensic Team to Kosovo, part of Canada’s UN contribution that investigated, exhumed and analyzed corpses. For her work, Gruspier received the Canadian Peacekeeping Service medal and the NATO medal for Kosovo.

Kathy Gruspier ('84)
Bachelor of Arts, Archaeology