At the 20th anniversary celebration of the University of Guelph, Centre for Families Work and Well-being held last night, it was announced that the Centre would be taking on a new name and a new strategic direction.
The Centre – which was first founded in 1998 and focuses on researching and promoting family and individual well-being, responsive workplaces and sustainable communities – will be renamed as the Live Work Well Research Centre.
Emily De Sousa, a fourth-year Environmental Governance student was the recipient of three scholarship awards at last week’s College of Social and Applied Human Sciences award ceremony.
De Sousa is the first person in her family to attend University. During her high-school years, she didn’t think that attending University would be a possibility due to family financial reasons, but her parents’ determination to see her succeed and their considerable sacrifices made it happen.