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Telling our Global Stories

Interdisciplinary Hub - MacKinnon 019 University of Guelph MacKinnon Bldg, Guelph

Join this interactive session with Stuart McCook, Assistant Vice-President International, Office of International Strategy and Partnerships & Professor, Department of History, University of Guelph. Learn more and register.

Deep Dish Dialogues explores Food Waste

MacDonald Institute Ontario

Chef Jagger Gordon of Feed It Forward will be the featured chef in Deep Dish Dialogues on March 23. Chef Jagger will be preparing a meal made from food that would normally go to waste while in conversation with Professor Bruce McAdams. They will be discussing food waste, food insecurity and the role chefs can

Kenneth R. Farrell Distinguished Public Policy Lectureship – How Women Saved Agricultural Economics and Other Ideas on Why Diversity Matters

Richards Building 101 Reynolds Walk

Please join the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics for the Kenneth R. Farrell Distinguished Public Policy Lectureship. “How Women Saved Agricultural Economics and Other Ideas on Why Diversity Matters” will be presented by Prof. Jill McCluskey, Director and Regents Professor, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University. Date: Thursday, March 23, 5:30 –

Donation Drive: Menstrual Hygiene Products

University Centre Courtyard Ontario

Help us support our U of G students' during Women's History Month by donating menstrual hygiene products as we work towards ending period poverty and ending the stigma around menstruation. Menstrual Hygiene Items that can be donated: Tampons Pads Menstrual Cups All donations will go to the Guelph Student Food Bank to support our own

Caribou Conservation and One Health in Canada – Dr. Quinn Webber

Summerlee Science Complex Atrium

Caribou are an iconic Canadian species, but their populations are in decline throughout Canada. Anthropogenic disturbance, environmental degradation, and climate change are among the most important drivers of declines. While caribou conservation and management practices in Canada are varied, taking a One Health approach to tackling complex conservation problems could help improve resiliency of caribou

Arrell Food Cinema Series presents First We Eat

The Bookshelf Cinema Ontario

Join us for the Arrell Food Cinema Series presentation of First We Eat, a documentary from filmmaker Suzanne Crocker about only eating locally-grown food around Dawson City, Yukon for one year. This screening is taking place at the Bookshelf Cinema in Guelph on March 30 and will feature a panel discussion with local food systems

In-Person: Terrific Turtles

Arboretum Centre

We have 8 different amazing species of turtles in Ontario, but a frightening fact is that all 8 of these species are listed as ‘at risk’ in our province. Come

In conversation: Jason Lujan with Rhéanne Chartrand (Online)


This conversation invites audiences to tour Art Gallery of Guelph exhibition Under a Star-Filled Sky virtually with artist Jason Lujan and curator Rhéanne Chartrand as they discuss this particular iteration of Lujan’s creative process. Lujan will explore how the exhibition fits the trajectory of his art-making, highlighting how this installation responds to place and collecting

In-Person: Sensational Snakes

Arboretum Centre

Snakes are often misunderstood and maligned. We would love to change the negative perception of these animals by teaching the truth about them. Please join us at this workshop and learn to identify and understand our native Ontario species of snakes. We will cover their habits, ranges and habitats. Live specimens will be available to

Virtual Pond Workshop

Arboretum 250 Arboretum Road, Guelph

Ponds teem with a diversity of prey and predators that conduct their lives largely unseen below the surface. The online portion of this workshop will introduce you to some of these fascinating animals. The importance of vernal pools will be highlighted. These temporary ponds are crucial to the reproductive success of various creatures including wood

Virtual Plein Air Painting Talk

Arboretum Centre

Plein Air painting simply means to paint outside. Learn how to bring your paints outside and create your ideal plein air set up. Candice will talk about art supplies and share tips and tricks from her adventures plein air painting around Ontario. She will also demonstrate her approach to simplifying the landscape quickly and expressively

Virtual (Zoom) Watercolour Plein Air Painting Talk

Arboretum Centre

Plein Air painting, simply means to paint outside. Learn how to bring your paints outside and create your ideal plein air set up. Candice will talk about art supplies and share tips and tricks from her adventures plein air painting around Ontario. She will also demonstrate her approach to simplifying the landscape quickly and expressively

International Conference on Agricultural Extension and Education


Technology, Pluralism and Inclusiveness in Agriculture, Food, and Environment The School of Environmental Design and Rural Development and Ontario Agriculture College will host the international conference of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education (AIAEE) in Guelph April 26 to 29, 2023. Established in 1984, AIAEE is a leading international professional organization for agricultural

Focus Group on Indigenous Identity

University of Guelph

First Nations, Inuit and Métis staff, faculty and students are invited to participate in a focus group to share your perspectives on Indigenous identity, membership, citizenship and confirmation. Participants will

In-Person: Birdwatching Hike

Arboretum Centre

Spring has sprung, and there's no better time for birdwatching at The Arboretum! Migratory birds are making their way north from their tropical winter destinations, and our feathered residents have romance on the brain. Come on out for a walk around the Arb in search of whatever birds the day may provide. This is a

3MT® – Three Minute Thesis Campus Finals

MacKinnon Building 87 Trent Lane, Guelph, Ontario

3MT® is a university-wide competition for graduate students in which participants present their research, creative activity, and its wider impact in 3 minutes or less to a panel of non-specialist judges. The challenge is to present complex research in an engaging, accessible and compelling way, using only one slide. For the 2023 3MT® Competition, each

2023 U of G Spring Social for Faculty and Staff

Guelph Gryphon Field House Ontario

Come celebrate the end of the academic year. Join President Yates for brief remarks and a little fun. Connect with colleagues and enjoy the food as we launch Our Time: The University's 2022-27 Strategic Plan. There will be prizes! RSVP before April 28 at Spring Social 2023 We are committed to sustainability and your reply is required to

Arrell Food Business and Technology Forum

ONLINE Ontario

Join us for the online Arrell Food Business and Technology Forum: Smart Retailing on May 4, 2023. Smart Retailing (SR) is an integration of multifaceted interfaces through which consumers and businesses interact using advanced technology. Smart technology in food retail typically uses sensors, information touch points, digitized labelling and handheld or mobile applications during the

Transnational and Networked Empathy: Queer Activism in Indian Digital Diasporas


In this webinar, Dr. Nanditha Narayanamoorthy (Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) will discuss how the Indo-Canadian diaspora engages in discussions surrounding the legalization of homosexuality in India on Twitter and Instagram, and participates in a movement of transnational and networked empathy for queer rights and emancipation in the country.