Actively engaging your audiences in your research process is one of the most effective ways to increase the uptake and impact of your research. But how does that work? By …
Learn to relax tight muscles, calm anxiety, settle a busy a brain, and have more energy! Strengthen your ability to restore yourself during these challenging times. A smorgasbord of techniques for thriving under pressure are practiced in and out of class to begin developing lifetime skills. This 12-part program with Kathy Somers of the Stress
Hosted in partnership with Conestoga College, University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University, connect with 140+ employers who want to meet and hire talented U of G students and alumni for Summer, Co-op, and Full-time positions! https://www.recruitguelph.ca/cecs/events/2023/02/p4e-job-fair-2023
Can you imagine a world without french fries, potato chips or poutine? Without potato farmers, you might have to! With climate change and the cost of production putting more and more pressure on farmers, local potato producers are asking: how do we keep growing your favourite foods? Join us in the UofG Arboretum on Wednesday,
This is a two part course that will introduce you the wonders of growing all kinds of different plants from seed and will draw on Robert Pavlis’ experience growing over 2,000 species of plants from seed. Part 1: Fundamentals of Seed Germination This first part will look at the basics of seed biology to really
Have you ever wondered what made those marks in the snow? In this full-day program we will learn how to track animals. We will study the tracks and signs of …
No leaves? No problem! From bark, to buds, to leaf scars, participants get hands-on experience in reading these winter clues for winter identification of trees. This workshop focuses on native Ontario trees, with some common introduced species included as well. Part of the session will be held outdoors, so be sure to dress for the
Join this short mindful moment or the entire series to kick start your Monday morning and your week. This mindfulness exercise will be a guided activity focused on guided breathing. …
Looking to start a new fitness or wellness journey? Did you know that all staff/faculty on campus have access to a subsidized rate to use the on-campus facilities? Join us …
The Landscape Architecture program in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development presents a guest lecture entitled “Impactful Landscapes” by Yvonne Battista. Yvonne is a Principal at STUDIO tla in Toronto with a focus on waterfronts, urban streetscapes, campuses, parks and innovative stormwater management. She has 20 years of design, construction documentation and public
Senate meetings are open to the public. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register. For more information about the agenda, location and timing of the meeting please visit the Secretariat's Governance Portal to access the agenda package. Agenda packages are published approximately one week in advance of the meeting.
Learn how to decrease insomnia, fall asleep (or back to sleep) more easily, and get more energy from sleep using proven, drug-free strategies. Go at your own pace through each lesson in this special ONLINE, on-demand, five-session sleep skills program with Kathy Somers of the Stress Management & High Performance Clinic. You have lifetime access
Explore mental health resources from Wellness@Work, Student Wellness Services and Student Experience. Grab some refreshments and enter the prize draw.
Learn practical skills and strategies to decrease test anxiety and enhance energy & performance during exam periods. Go at your own pace through the series of 5 - 15 minute lessons (3 hours of training in total) in this special ONLINE, on-demand program with Kathy Somers of the Stress Management & High Performance Clinic. You
The One Health seminar series showcases the depth and breadth of One Health research at the University of Guelph. These 50-minute talks feature a 30-minute presentation by U of G faculty, followed by an audience Q&A. Everyone is welcome, particularly graduate students and faculty. February 8, 2023 | 1:00-1:50 PM EST | Pathobiology (PAHL) 1810