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ONLINE: Thinking Spaces with Aruna Antonella Handa

ImprovLab Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Thinking Spaces: The Reading Group and Speaker Series is pleased to present “Untitled or how free is free anyway? Unpacking the ceteris paribus clauses in free improvisation,” a talk by Aruna Antonella Handa. The event will take place via Zoom. A moderated Q&A will follow the talk. If you are interested in attending, please register

Project SOY Plus Competition Finale

University Centre 150 Research Ln, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

After months of work, student teams involved in the 2021-2022 Project SOY Plus competition are ready to showcase their creative and potentially industry-altering plant-based products. Contestant entries will be open for viewing by the public and judged by industry representatives. Cash rewards of $2,500, $1,000 and $500 will be awarded to first, second and third

ONLINE: Campus Day

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

This event is open to all future students! You do not need an offer of admission to participate. It is your chance to get more familiar with our academic programs and student services! Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with faculty, staff and current U of G students. Register now!

ONLINE: Deep Dish Dialogues with Nourish by 10C

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Join us for the next episode of Deep Dish Dialogues. This month features Jess Barrie and Kalia Lenaghan of Nourish, Mike Oosterveld of Fixed Gear Brewing and Dr. Audrey Jamal of the University of Guelph. Nourish will be showing us how to bake bread using spent grain from Fixed Gear Brewing while we discuss circular

Taunton House – A Theatre Studies Ensemble performance

U of G's Massey Hall Theatre 478 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Taunton House is the final product of the fourth year theatre students' Ensemble creation - fully student-run, with support from the faculty. ABOUT: Amelia Taunton is trying to publish her work in the 1890s and meets Serena Whitlock, an agent who can help her achieve her dream. Ambition and sexuality collide as they navigate their

IN-PERSON and ONLINE: Are Politicians Democratic Realists?

ONLINE and IN-PERSON Ontario, Canada

Please join the Political Science department for our next speaking event: Are Politicians Democratic Realists? What do Canadian politicians actually think about democracy, voting and elections? Join us for a Presentation by Dr. Jack Lucas on the consequences of politicians’ theories of democracy. Featuring: Dr. Jack Lucas, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of

ONLINE: Deep Dish Dialogues with Chitra Saravanan

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Join us remotely for the next episode of Deep Dish Dialogues. This month features Chitra Saravanan of Krisha Indian Cooking School and Katherine Eckert, Arrell Scholar and Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Guelph. Chitra is the owner and instructor at Krisha Indian School and she will show us how to make peas pulao and

ONLINE: Thinking Spaces – “Why Music Festivals Now? Ellen Waterman and Ajay Heble in Conversation”

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Thinking Spaces: The Reading Group and Speaker Series is pleased to present “Why Music Festivals Now? Ellen Waterman and Ajay Heble In Conversation.” The event will take place via Zoom. A moderated Q&A will follow the talk. Please note the Thursday day change from our usual Fridays. If you are interested in attending, please register

The University of Guelph Choirs Present: Here the Bird Abides and Sings

Arboretum Centre 200 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, Canada

The University of Guelph Choirs present: Hear the Bird Abides and Sings! Featuring the World Premiere of Hear the Bird Abides and Sings by James Harley! The University of Guelph Choirs team up with the birds of The Arboretum to immerse you in song! Optional walking tours (weather permitting), bird-song games, glorious choral music, and

The University of Guelph Choirs Present: Here the Bird Abides and Sings

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Arboretum Centre 200 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, Canada

The University of Guelph Choirs present: Hear the Bird Abides and Sings! Featuring the World Premiere of Hear the Bird Abides and Sings by James Harley! The University of Guelph Choirs team up with the birds of The Arboretum to immerse you in song! Optional walking tours (weather permitting), bird-song games, glorious choral music, and

The University of Guelph Choirs Present: Here the Bird Abides and Sings

Recurring
Arboretum Centre 200 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, Canada

The University of Guelph Choirs present: Hear the Bird Abides and Sings! Featuring the World Premiere of Hear the Bird Abides and Sings by James Harley! The University of Guelph Choirs team up with the birds of The Arboretum to immerse you in song! Optional walking tours (weather permitting), bird-song games, glorious choral music, and

RBC Training Ground Olympic Talent Search

Guelph Gryphons Athletics Centre AZ

The RBC Training Ground Olympic talent search, with scouts from nine Olympic sports, is holding a free event in Guelph for the first time ever. Now entering its seventh year, RBC Training Ground has already found and funded seven Canadian Olympic medallists, and put hundreds more into Canada’s Olympic talent pipeline. On Sunday April 24, area

ONLINE: Improve Life Conference for Prospective Students

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

A great opportunity for grade 9, 10 and 11 high school students to attend a unique conference that offers four streams of learning: Improve your Future – personal skill development and career planning Improve your Health – human health, animal health, one health (human, animal, environment) Improve your Community – issues of social justice Improve

ONLINE: The Earth’s New Epoch – Anthropocene Debates and Anthropocene Working Group

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

The Guelph Institute for Environmental Research (GIER) is joined by environmental historian Dr. John McNeil (Georgetown University) along with with Department of History professor and GIER affiliate Dr. Stuart McCook, as they discuss Dr. McNeil's work on the Anthropocene Working Group tasked with making the case for the Anthropocene as a new geologic epoch. Join

ONLINE: Inhale Courage. Exhale Fear – Live Online Classical Yoga and Meditation

Recurring
Ontario, Canada

Every Tuesday and Thursday at Noon Everyone – faculty, staff, students, alumni and retirees – Welcome No experience required. Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us Please contact ljairath@uoguelph.ca to register. During this classical yoga and meditation class, we will continue to build upon the Pranayama (breath control) practice from last class. Pranayama – life force, life energy

One Health and Development for a World Under Pressure

Ontario, Canada

The One Health and Development for a World Under Pressure Symposium brings together scholars, researchers and practitioners working collaboratively on One Health or development challenges at the intersection of humans, animals, plants and our shared environment. This international, interdisciplinary symposium is jointly sponsored by the University of Guelph’s One Health Institute and the Guelph Institute

ONLINE: 2022 ICCI Cancer Research Symposium

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

The 14th annual Cancer Research Symposium, hosted by the Institute for Comparative Cancer Investigation at the University of Guelph, is a free all-day event that highlights the cancer research taking place at the University of Guelph and from other institutions. The day consists of poster presentations, short talks from students and invited local speakers, guest

ONLINE: 2022 CCSAW Research Symposium

Ontario, Canada

CCSAW's popular Annual Research Symposium will be held online in a new Three Minute Thesis (3MT) style this year. This format will give you a glimpse into the many exciting animal welfare projects of our faculty and students. There will be an awards lunch afterwards at The Bullring on campus. Please email Georgia Mason (gmason@uoguelph.ca)

ONLINE: Health in India 2047

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

The Canada India Research Centre for Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) at the University of Guelph is hosting the India 2047 lecture series to commemorate 75 years of India's independence. Health in India 2047 event speakers include: Cate Dewey (Moderator), Director of the One Health Institute and Professor in the Department of Population Medicine, University of

ONLINE: Accessibility Conference | IDEA11y | Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Accessibility

Ontario, Canada

It is widely understood that the practice of accessibility is about more than following a checklist. Policymakers and web, document and media creators recognize that it is critical to understand the needs of users with disabilities, include them in the design process, and ensure they can access the final product. Yet, as public and private