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Jacques Frémont

The University is at a critical juncture

To thrive in the 21st century knowledge economy we must position ourselves to meet the challenges and seize the opportunities that will arise over the next decade.

To respond to these imperatives, I asked our community to help us imagine 2030. Together we gathered invaluable insights and identified catalytic ideas to guide us through the coming years.

Transformation 2030 is our own coming-of-age story. It is our path to greater resilience, enabling us to fulfill our collective potential as we respond with integrity and creativity to the demands of our rapidly changing world.


Jacques Frémont, President and Vice-Chancellor

Two decades into the 21st century,
having taken stock of our extraordinary growth, uOttawa looks to the future with confidence, ambition and vision, poised to complete our metamorphosis into an illustrious internationally-engaged university.

How will the University achieve this transformation?

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Agile

Succeeding in a world where change
is the only constant

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Connected

Becoming leaders in our global village

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Impactful

Working together to build a better world
 

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Sustainable

Securing our shared future