Prof. Mike von Massow

Globe and Mail Features U of G Prof

Prof. Mike von Massow was featured in a Feb. 22 Globe and Mail story about how companies and researchers are using technology to track the habits of consumers in grocery stores. A professor in U of G’s Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics, von Massow discussed his grocery store lab and how he uses devices such …

Prof Featured in STAT

Prof. Emma Allen-Vercoe was featured in a Feb. 16 article in STAT about research in her Robogut lab at the University of Guelph. The STAT article got picked up by Scientific American. A professor in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Allen-Vercoe explained to STAT how she studies bacteria from human waste and their reaction to …

Prof Appears on CBC News

Prof. Ruth Neustifter appeared in a Feb. 10 CBC News story talking about sending provocative text messages, or “sexting.” Neustifter, a professor in U of G’s Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, told CBC that sexting can be a good way to flirt with a partner. She explained that humans have always used art, …

Prof. Mike von Massow

Prof Appears in Maclean’s Magazine

Prof. Mike von Massow was interviewed in a Feb. 8 Maclean’s magazine article about grocery delivery apps and the future of grocery shopping in Canada. A professor in U of G’s Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics, von Massow said he doesn’t believe that Canadian consumers have a problem with how they buy food, …

Prof. Gary Ellis

Prof Featured in Toronto Star

Prof. Gary Ellis was interviewed in a Feb. 6 Toronto Star story examining links between an abandoned Toronto police operation and the ongoing investigation into alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. Ellis, head of the University of Guelph-Humber’s justice studies program, talked about how police services can be challenged by competing resources when investigating various major …

U of G Engineer Grabs National Headlines

Research by U of G Prof. Ed McBean on First Nations drinking water advisories was featured in news reports in the Globe and Mail Jan. 30 and on CBC news Feb. 5. McBean, a professor in the School of Engineering, said his students gathered data on boil water advisories issued on 776 First Nations drinking water systems between the beginning …

Prof Appears in New CBC Radio Segment

Prof. Chantale Pinard appeared in a new segment on CBC Radio-Canada‘s drive-home show “L’heure du pointe” on Feb. 1. An ophthalmology specialist in the Ontario Veterinary College, Pinard talked to CBC about pets and ocular health. She discussed how it’s now possible to treat dogs, cats and horses for eye diseases such as cataracts, conjunctivitis …