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ONLINE: Choosing to Challenge: A Conversation with Three Trailblazers

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Join the Office of Diversity and Human Rights’ Associate Vice-President, Indira Naidoo-Harris on March 31 from 4 to 5 p.m. as she moderates an exciting panel discussion with three trailblazing women who Choose to Challenge in honour of International Women’s Day. Hear from former Premier of Ontario, the Honourable Kathleen Wynne, former Canadian politician and

ONLINE: New Age Warriors – In Conversation with Catherine Blackburn

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Join the Art Gallery of Guelph on April 14 at 7 p.m. for a conversation with contemporary beadwork artist Catherine Blackburn. Of Dene and European ancestry, the work of the multidisciplinary artist is on view currently in New Age Warriors. Part dialogue, part studio visit, the discussion will explore her futuristic regalia and photographs that

ONLINE: Beading Workshop with Erin Szikora

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Join the Art Gallery of Guelph and learn how to make a floral keychain with curator and beadwork artist, Erin Szikora (Cayuga/Scottish/Hungarian). In this 3-hour adult workshop, participants will discuss

ONLINE: Thinking Spaces Speaker Series with Harald Kisiedu

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Thinking Spaces: The Reading Group and Speaker Series is pleased to present historical musicologist Harald Kisiedu for his talk “Living Ball of Fire: Peter Brötzmann, Black Experimentalism, and Politics in 1960s West Germany.” This event will take place via Zoom. This presentation is the last Thinking Spaces event of the semester. A moderated Q&A will

ONLINE: Virtual Interaction Conference

Ontario, Canada

Two-day conference introducing academic and student life opportunities to university-bound grade 10 and 11 students. Participants choose to attend one of the two days. Registration required. Free to attend. Learn more at

ONLINE: Every Day is Earth Day – Imagining Climates Launch

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Imagining Climates and the Guelph Institute for Environmental Research invite you to join us on April 29 at 7:30 p,m, ET as we celebrate the launch of Imagining Climates, a new interdisciplinary project exploring the role of imagination in our response to the climate crisis. Register online. Every Day is Earth Day: Imagining Climates Launch

ONLINE: U of GH Virtual Applied Business Conference “Evolution of Small and Medium Enterprises in the 21st Century and Beyond”

University of Guelph-Humber

Evolution of Small and Medium Enterprises in the 21st Century and Beyond Email: Important Dates: Submission of Abstracts Deadline: March 29, 2021 - Please visit the conference website to submit abstract/paper/case study Acceptance Notice Deadline: April 10, 2021 Early Bird Conference Registration Deadline: April 20, 2021 - Register on the conference website As Charles Darwin

ONLINE: Exhibit Launch – “From our Mothers’ Kitchens”: Cooking in Rural Canada

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

U of G’s newest online exhibition is launching on Thursday, May 13 and we want you to join us! If you’re interested in Canadian food trends, this one’s for you. “From our Mothers’ Kitchens”: Cooking in Rural Canada explores how rural and agrarian areas have shaped Canadian food trends and preferences over the past 160

ONLINE: Gryphon’s LAAIR Pitch Finale

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

The Gryphon's LAAIR Innovation Showcase and Pitch Competition returns! Join us online as five founders present their world-changing technologies for the first time! This interactive event will give attendees an opportunity to start conversations, network with agri-food professionals and business leaders and explore partnerships that have mutual benefit. Online Event Timeline: Live Stream Pitch Finale

ONLINE: 12th Annual Accessibility Conference

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

The University of Guelph, in partnership with Open Learning and Educational Support (OpenEd), is hosting the 12th Annual Accessibility Conference virtually this year. The event is scheduled for May 25

ONLINE: 2021 ICCI Cancer Research Symposium

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

The annual ICCI Cancer Research Symposium is a free all-day event that highlights the cancer research taking place at the University of Guelph and from other nearby universities. The day consists of short talks from students and invited local speakers, poster presentations, and a keynote speaker to cap off an eventful day promising to demonstrate

ONLINE: Big Ideas in Improvisation – Fred Moten and Vijay Iyer in Conversation

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation (IICSI) and Musagetes are pleased to present the inaugural lecture of the Big Ideas in Improvisation series: an annual series showcasing provocative thinkers and creative practitioners. This free, online event—co-presented by the ArtsEverywhere Festival—will feature poet, critic and theorist Fred Moten in conversation with composer, pianist and scholar

ONLINE: GIER Annual Symposium

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

The Guelph Institute for Environmental Research (GIER) is hosting its first annual symposium! To adapt to the circumstances and provide as much flexibility as possible, we have planned virtual live events (June 2 and 3) as well as curating asynchronous content that people can check out in their own time (and that we will be

ONLINE: Food Day Canada

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

As Canada’s food university, the University of Guelph is shining a light on all the ways we are supporting and improving Canada’s food systems in celebration of Food Day Canada

Guelph Trial Garden Open House

Guelph Turfgrass Institute 328 Victoria Rd. S., Guelph, ON, Canada

U of G is hosting in-person scheduled visits to its 2021 Trial Garden Open House at the new Guelph Turfgrass Institute. Learn more and register online.

ONLINE: Improvisation Festival – IF 2021

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

IF 2021 is a free, online, 24-hour improvisation festival celebrating all forms of artistic expression. This digital festival will take place between August 13 and 14, starting at 7 p.m.

ONLINE: Making Sense of the Canadian Election

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

"The most important election in our lifetimes?" The 2021 federal election produced a remarkably similar result to the 2019 election. But in the context of a global pandemic, what impact will this election have on our political leaders, government, and society? Join us on Zoom with our panel of political experts for a full breakdown

ONLINE: A case study of learning in a community-based organization in rural Bihar

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

India is home to thousands of small organizations contributing to community development. Learning is crucial for their efforts to foster change in complex environments with limited financial and human resources. This webinar, featuring Elisa Cooper, MSc. in Capacity Development and Extension, University of Guelph, shares findings from a study on the dynamics of learning within

ONLINE : Seeing the Forest for the Trees – Trees as Participants in Theatre and Performance

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Join us for a free public talk by Megan De Roover, Writer-in-Residence affiliated with The Arboretum this year! She is conducting archival and on-site research for her new book Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Trees as Participants in Theatre and Performance (McGill-Queen's University Press). Using a theatre and performance lens, her research monograph explores

ONLINE: Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture – “Seeking Landscape Justice”

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

The Landscape Architecture program in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development presents a guest lecture entitled "Seeking Landscape Justice", by Dr. Alison Hirsch. Dr. Hirsch is an associate professor and director of both the graduate program in Landscape + Urbanism and the Landscape Justice Initiative at the University of Southern California. Dr. Hirsch