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Laurier-led research project receives $2.5 million in funding Laurier-led research project receives $2.5 million in funding
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Laurier celebrates mental health and holistic wellness
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<em>SPIN</em> magazine features Laurier music student's French horn cover of 'Hey Ya' SPIN magazine features Laurier music student's French horn cover of 'Hey Ya'
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Laurier honours business leader Maureen Sabia at fall convocation Laurier honours business leader Maureen Sabia at fall convocation
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One less thing to do: students move to single sign on One less thing to do: students move to single sign on
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Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Chloe Graves and Dillon Campbell Laurier's Athletes of the Week: Chloe Graves and Dillon Campbell
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Laurier promotes working smoke alarms during Fire Prevention Week
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Laurier alumna among 15 recipients of provincial newcomer champion award Laurier alumna among 15 recipients of provincial newcomer champion award
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Laurier welcomes alumni home this weekend Laurier welcomes alumni home this weekend
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Mugs & munchies to make a difference: Laurier United Way campaign kicks off Mugs & munchies to make a difference: Laurier United Way campaign kicks off
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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