ONLINE: An Integrated Health Review – Improving Health Access for International Students
This webinar will present a longitudinal research study focusing on international students on post-secondary campuses in Canada. Students receive a full clinical check-up followed by structured teaching on selected topics with a registered nurse. Goals include improving medical knowledge, tracking incidence of common medical conditions, and tracking rates of various interventions. Speakers: Dr. Shivajan Sivapalan,
ONLINE: Democracy in India 2047
The India 2047 series commemorates 75 years of India's independence. Making Constitutional Indians by Niraja Gopal Jayal Reclaiming the Republic: The Road Ahead by Yogendra Yadav Envisioning feminist citizenship by Navsharan Singh Learn more online. Presented by the Canada India Research Centre for Learning and Engagement.
ONLINE: Challenges and Opportunities Towards a Zero Waste Plastics Economy
The widespread use and reliance on plastic has created waste that is a paramount environmental issue for the world. Biodegradable and compostable plastic is a promising alternative to the single-use plastic. This presentation will highlight the commitments and progress of Canada and India to a vision of zero plastic waste. Speaker: Manju Misra, Professor and
ONLINE: Women in Sport Analytics – Journeys into Data Science
The Centre for Advancing Responsible & Ethical Artificial Intelligence (CARE-AI) presents: A Path to the NFL - Leading a Player Health and Safety Team with Data Science Before becoming Director, Player Health & Safety Data Management for the National Football League, Carly Fennell travelled an interesting academic and career journey with many valuable stops along
ONLINE: One Health Seminar Series – One Health and Social Environments: Linking Non-health Data to Improve Health (and Why It Can be Difficult)
The One Health Institute is hosting a seminar series throughout the winter semester. This is an opportunity to listen to and learn from different One Health professionals. The series is virtual and will last one hour. It is free and open to all; you must register for each event you would like to attend. "One
ONLINE: Migration of Dalit Women Domestic Workers (CIRCLE Webinar)
In this CIRCLE Webinar, Shailaja Menon (Ambedkar University Delhi) and Yamanapalli Sreenivasulu (Centre for Economics and Social Studies (CESS) Hyderabad) will present findings from their research into the local forces and challenges that induce women to migrate from villages in India to Gulf countries as domestic workers. Webinar registration.
ONLINE: Black History Month Keynote Address with Minna Salami
Join us online as we kick-off Black History Month with a conversation on Black joy, empowerment, and liberation with award-winning author and social critic Minna Salami. Learn more about Black History Month programming at U of G.
ONLINE: Women in Sports Analytics – Journeys into Data Science Featuring Erika Munoz
The Centre for Advancing Responsible and Ethical Artificial Intelligence (CARE-AI) presents: From Physics and Astronomy to Data Scientist in Sports Analytics With a rapidly evolving usage of analytics in professional sports in North America, MLS, NBA and NHL teams need to innovate to win championships. Erika Munoz will provide her insights on working as a
ONLINE: From Reproductive Rights to the Girl Effect
Canada's Feminist International Assistance Policy Join us for Dr. Potvin's research presentation on reproductive rights and Canada's Feminist International Assistance Policy. Speaker: Jacqueline Potvin Postdoctoral researcher Department of Political Science University of Guelph Join us: https://uoguel.ph/POLISCI22-1 Hosted by the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences and the Department of Political Science
ONLINE: Black History Month – Stirrin’ the Pot: Afro-Caribbean Cooking Class
As part of Black History Month, Chef Vanessa Simon teaches us how to make some delicious Caribbean dishes. If you are a BIPOC-identifying student at the U of G, register by Feb. 3 to receive a gift card to go towards the purchase of groceries for this event! Learn more about Black History Month programming at U
ONLINE: Migration of Dalit Women Domestic Workers from Andhra Pradesh to the Gulf Countries
This webinar will present findings from a study that sought to understand the local forces and challenges that induce women to migrate from villages in India to Gulf countries as domestic workers. Comparing Dalit and non-Dalit women, the study used quantitative and qualitative data to understand changes in socio-economic status of women migrant workers. Speakers:
ONLINE: Education in India 2047
EDUCATION IN INDIA 2047 8:30-10:00 p.m. IST | 10:00-11:30 a.m. EST The India 2047 series commemorates 75 years of India's independence. Nandini Sundar, Professor of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics Universities in India 2047 Ashwini Deshpande, Professor of Economics, Ashoka University India 2047: Gender Equality at Work and at Home Rukmini Banerji, CEO, PRATHAM Every
ONLINE: Education India – India 2047 Speaker Series
The India 2047 lecture series commemorates 75 years of India's independence. The Education in India webinar will feature: Nandini Sundar, Professor of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics Ashwini Deshpande, Professor of Economics, Ashoka University Rukmini Banerji, CEO, PRATHAM Moderator: Franco Vaccarino, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, and former President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Guelph Register
ONLINE: Dairy cattle behavior in modern production systems. Are we forgetting about the cows’ individuality?
Campbell Centre for the Study of Animal Welfare is hosting monthly seminars on animal welfare. February's seminar will be given by Dr. Joao Costa and will discuss dairy cattle behavior in modern production systems. Are we forgetting about the cows' individuality? Join the Zoom meeting online.
ONLINE: Black History Month Workshop – Mapping Out Your Pleasure and Liberation
Hosted by sexual health educator Natty Love as part of our Black History Month programming, this workshop is an interactive and explorative guide on how to begin liberating your sexual pleasure through a trauma-informed, African, Caribbean, and Black lens. Please note that this event is exclusive to Black-identifying students in the U of G community.
ONLINE: Black History Month – Who’s Got Game? Virtual Games Nite
This Black History Month we are excited to host a virtual gamesnight featuring options from Jackbox Games®. There will be lots of prizes, so you don't want to miss out! Learn more about Black History Month programming at U of G.
ONLINE: Black History Month – “Our Dance of Revolution” Doc Screening and Discussion
As part of our Black History Month programming in collaboration with Guelph Pride, we present a screening of "Our Dance of Revolution" -- a documentary that tells the story of how Black queer folks in Toronto resisted the forces of marginalization and rose up to become a vibrant, fierce community. If you are a BIPOC-identifying
ONLINE: Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture – “Recent Works by Walter Hood” of Hood Design Studio
The Landscape Architecture program in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development presents a guest lecture on recent work by Walter Hood, Creative Director and Founder of Hood Design Studio in Oakland, California. HDS is a cultural practice, working across art, fabrication, design, landscape, research and urbanism. All are welcome to attend. Learn more
ONLINE: Black History Month – The Black Experience Workshop
As part of our Black History Month programming, join us for an experience of radical awakening, relearning, and celebration in The Black Experience Workshop led by local anti-racist educator Selam Debs. Learn more about Black History Month programming at U of G.
ONLINE: Women in Sports Analytics – Journeys into Data Science Featuring Gabrielle Campos
The Center for Advancing Responsible and Ethical Artificial Intelligence (CARE-AI) Presents: Entering the Field of Baseball Analytics Major League Baseball teams have pioneered the use of analytics in sport. As a result, front offices need to continuously increase the sophistication of their analytics pipelines to remain competitive. Gabrielle Campos will describe her experience working in