Prof Receives Canada’s Top Teaching Award

A University of Guelph professor known for her groundbreaking nutrition courses and creative teaching approach has been awarded a 2016 3M National Teaching Fellowship, considered Canada’s top teaching honour. Andrea Buchholz, Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, is U of G’s 15th 3M Fellow. “I am pleased and proud that Professor Buchholz has received …

U of G Researchers Featured in Forbes

Research by emeritus professor Peter Kevan and retired professor John Sutton is featured in Forbes magazine. Their work involves using bees to carry biological control agents to protect crop plants, and is intended as a green alternative to pesticides and fungicides.

U of G Celebrates Black History Month

The University of Guelph marks Black History Month in February with displays, lectures and other events open to students, staff and the Guelph community. U of G’s Office of Intercultural Affairs worked with the C.J. Munford Centre, the Central Student Association, Guelph Black Heritage Society (GBHS) and other campus groups to organize activities. “Black History Month allows …

Truscott Lecture in Justice

Criminal justice policy during the Conservative years and how it might change under the new Liberal government is the topic of a Truscott lecture being held at the University of Guelph tonight. The speaker is Anthony Doob, a University of Toronto professor who was appointed to the Order of Canada in 2014 for his research …

OVC Profs Studying Deadly Parasite

A parasite recently arrived in Ontario that can kill dogs and humans will be the subject of a new study by University of Guelph researchers. Andrew Peregrine and Claire Jardine, both professors in the Ontario Veterinary College’s Department of Pathobiology, and master’s student Jonathon Kotwa are investigating Echinococcus multilocularis. Known as the fox tapeworm, it’s …