Prof. Trevor DeVries

CTV News Features New U of G Dairy Research

Prof. Trevor DeVries and post-doctoral student Meagan King were featured in a June 21 CTV News story discussing their research into early detection of illness in dairy cows using data from robotic milking machines. DeVries, a professor in U of G’s Department of Animal Biosciences, talked about a new study in which they combed through robotic …

Prof. Shelley Hunt

Prof Talks About U of G’s Arboretum and Conservation in University Affairs Story

U of G’s Arboretum director, Prof. Shelley Hunt, was interviewed for a University Affairs story about the history and function of university botanical gardens. Hunt, a professor in U of G’s School of Environmental Sciences, discussed the Arboretum’s efforts to revitalize Ontario’s native trees. She said the 400-acre space is more than just a “tree zoo” and …

U of G’s Gender Equity Salary Adjustments Nab National Headlines

The University of Guelph’s plan for making gender equity salary adjustments for faculty is grabbing national media headlines. Charlotte Yates, provost and vice-president (academic), announced Tuesday that all full-time faculty members who identify as women or as non-male will receive across-the-board salary increases. A Canadian Press story about the U of G initiative was published …

Prof. Ross McKitrick

Prof Authors Financial Post Article on Policy and Climate Models

Prof. Ross McKitrick published a June 20 Financial Post article discussing equilibrium climate sensitivity. The article was picked up by other news outlets, including the Ottawa Citizen and the Calgary Herald. A professor in the Department of Economics and Finance, McKitrick discussed his thoughts on the efficacy of current climate models and their policy implications. McKitrick studies …

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National Indigenous Peoples Day – U of G Researchers Working With Community

  National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21 is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. To mark the national day, U of G highlights professors working to improve life for Indigenous peoples in Canada through their research. All are available for interviews: “Indigenous …