Dr. Mohammed Nasir Uddin from the university’s Faculty of Engineering recently saw the opening of Arshed-Sajeda Primary School in his home village Gohailbari within the Rajbari District of Bangladesh. Dr. Uddin founded and funded the school through his charitable organization, the Dr. Nasir-Shahida Foundation, named after himself and his wife.
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“I’m a little eclectic,” admits Dr. Michel Beaulieu, Lakehead professor, Centre for Northern Studies director, and part-time video game book author. A Lakehead alumnus, Dr. Beaulieu went on to “dabble in film studies” after the completion of his MA. He soon gravitated towards socialist and labour history with an emphasis on the North.
For Dr. Connie Russell, a day in the field could be anything from a whale watching expedition to an African safari to an orangutan tour.
The research endeavours of Canada Research Chair and Lakehead professor Dr. Alla Reznik are representative of science in the service of humanity.
Dr. Mary Louise Hill has the best of both worlds. In addition to teaching at the university and working from an office, she also has the opportunity to frequent the outdoors – a job requirement for those who study the planet.
The Argus has seen a few of Dr. Scott Pound’s students as of late. A professor in the English department, Dr. Pound actively encourages his students to contribute to the university’s student newspaper.
After leaving high school, Dr. Richard Maundrell immediately entered the workforce, where he remained for about three years. It was during this time that he began reading books about philosophy, which awakened his interest and convinced him to go to university. He enrolled at Lakehead University in 1977.
His interests at the graduate level were in continental philosophy, primarily Heidegger and Sarte; however, all that changed after he finished his PhD.
A graduate from the University of Guelph’s PhD program, Dr. Robert Mawhinney is more than just an everyday theoretical chemist.
Dr. Lori Chambers is a notable figure in the Women’s Studies department, serving as the Chair as well as a member of the Senate. Always smiling, she is enthusiastic about teaching and interacting with students and staff alike.
Now in his second year of teaching at Lakehead, Dr. Evgueni Tchougounov is the newest addition to the university’s Department of Music. Having dedicated himself from an early age to the pursuit of musical knowledge and skill, Dr. Tchougounov is now able to pass on a lifetime of learning to Lakehead students.
An organic chemist who teaches courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels (Organic I, III and IV and Advanced Organic), Dr. Christine Gottardo is one busy professor.
You may remember him from such courses as Cell Biology, Laboratory Biology, and Plants and People; but Dr. Lada Malek is far from being only an undergrad professor.
Between teaching at Lakehead University and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Dr. Mary Lou Kelley dedicates herself to research of the most difficult kind – how to care for people who are dying.
Above: Dr. Chris Southcott visits Inuvik on one of his many travels Dr. Chris Southcott is a professor for the Department of Sociology at Lakehead. He is also a professor for the University of the Arctic, an international network of post-secondary institutions and organizations dedicated to Northern research and education. Born in Thunder Bay, Dr. [...]
Dr. Scott Hamilton came to Lakehead after obtaining his PhD in archaeology at Simon Fraser University. While archaeology is dismissed by some as simply “digging in the dirt”, the field is actually quite complex and continues to rapidly adopt new technologies to unravel mysteries of the past.