Events for Thursday, February 25, 2021
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Soils at Guelph and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs are partnering to host this year's virtual conference exploring connections between cover crops, soil health and people. For the keynote event, we are excited to bring to you Roger Martin, former director of the Rotman School of Management, and author of the …Find out more »
Join us for the inaugural Yoga Speaker Series event where we explore the Yoga Philosophy and Practice: Relevance for the Individual and Society in a Contemporary World. Our speakers will share their own long-term practice, how it affects their lives, and where they can enlighten us with yoga philosophy and its multi-dimensional application. The aim …Find out more »
Many researchers achieve more impact and success because of long-term relationships formed with industry and external partners. This workshop presented by Amy Skeoch will help researchers to develop a strategy for cultivating fruitful collaborations and to optimize the way they work with external partners. In this FREE online workshop, U of G research teams will: …Find out more »
If going to the fridge is your #1 stress management strategy, it may be time to learn more about how stress drives us to emotional eating, and ways to start addressing it. This two hour online workshop with Kathy Somers of the Stress Management and High Performance Clinic will include tips on decreasing emotional eating, …Find out more »
ONLINE: Black History Month – Stirrin’ the Pot: Afro-Caribbean Cooking Class with Access Gourmet Ltd.
Caribbean cuisine is a blend of African, Indian, European, Creole, Amerindian, Chinese, Cajun and Middle Eastern flavors. Traditional foods are treasured - they are not just a meal, but a culture for bringing the people together. Join Chef Romaine Newell as he teaches us how to make some delicious Caribbean dishes! If you are a …Find out more »