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Data Analysis: SPSS Part 2 Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

SPSS is a statistical software package, used in various disciplines. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce students to the software as well as its different functions and commands. The basics of statistical analysis and interpretation using SPSS will be covered, in addition to topics like data entry, manipulation and interpretation. This is an

Graduate Teaching Community: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Journal Club #2

Day Hall

Join us for the second summer meeting of the Graduate Teaching Community Journal Club. We will discuss a recent teaching publication related to the scholarship of teaching and learning. If you missed the first meeting, don't worry. We will send registered participants an email with the paper in advance of the meeting. Please read the

Women, Work and Wellness: Listening to Your Body

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

This is the second of a three-part series that will explore the impact of our self-care habits on our day-to-day wellness. The overall goal for the series is to create a warm and engaging space for women to connect with one another to discuss their relationship with their body and their self-care habits. Sessions will

Pride Flag Raising

University Centre Ontario, Canada

From May 31 to June 7, U of G will fly the Pride flag to celebrate and honour the LGBTQ2IA+ community. LGBTQ2IA+ represents Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Two-Spirit, Intersex, Asexual and many other identities that fall outside of heterosexual and cisgender paradigms. Take part in the official flag raising Friday, May 31 at

Fresh-Air Celebration: Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Campus

Johnston Green

Please join us as we celebrate World No Tobacco Day and mark our Guelph campus’s first day as a tobacco- and smoke-free space. As we celebrate this important step to make a healthier campus for everyone, we support the efforts of Indigenous communities to become tobacco-wise and keep tobacco sacred. Drop by Johnston Green to

Broadband Analytics Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

The Regional and Rural Broadband (R2B2) Project hosts guests from Measurement Lab (M-Lab) which provides the largest collection of open Internet performance data on the planet. The workshop also considers new and existing tools for broadband infrastructure mapping, data visualization and analysis. Interested attendees are asked to contact Prof. Helen Hambly (hhambly@uoguelph.ca) or the R2B2

University Budget Town Hall Update

Alexander Hall

Join Provost Charlotte Yates for an update town hall discussion on the 2019-20 University budget. All are welcome to attend.

2019 OFSAA Track and Field Championships 

Alumni Stadium Alumni Stadium, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Canada's largest high school sporting event comes to U of G! The Upper Grand District School Board and the University of Guelph Department of Athletics Track and Field Program are set to host the 2019 OFSAA Track and Field Championships at U of G. This is Guelph's first time hosting the annual meet - one

Intro to R and RStudio Workshop Part 1

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

R is an open source software environment for data manipulation and statistical analysis. Used in a variety of disciplines, R has become a popular tool because of its power, flexibility and active community. Join us as we teach the R language fundamentals and basic syntax, major R data structures and generate basic statistical analysis. This

Intro to R and RStudio Workshop Part 2

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

R is a programming language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. This workshop will introduce you to the dplyr package which makes tabular data manipulations easier by using a set of functions to extract and summarize insights from your data. The tidyr package works well with tidyr to quickly convert between different data formats

Professional Staff Association Annual General Meeting

University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

The Professional Staff Association's annual general meeting will be held Friday, June 7. Registration opens at 10:15 a.m. Meeting runs 10:30 a.m. to noon. All Professional and Managerial Employees are invited to attend. Only PSA members can vote. Please join us for a BBQ in the Conservatory Gardens following the AGM, rain location is Peter

Opening Up the World of Data

10C Shared Space 42 Carden Street, Guelph, ON

Data can empower your organization to create stronger proposals, develop evidence-informed programs and demonstrate impact. However, it can be difficult to know where to find it and what to do with it. McLaughlin Library has partnered with the Community Engaged Scholarship Institute and 10C Shared Space to create this three-hour introduction to data workshop. In

Intro to SAS Workshop Part 1

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Look and feel like a pro with SAS! SAS is a statistical software package that is widely used in many disciplines. In just a few hours you will be ready to use this easy software. In Part I and II of this workshop, you will learn how to maneuver in the SAS interface, import and

Intro to SAS Workshop Part 2

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Look and feel like a pro with SAS! SAS is a statistical software package that is widely used in many disciplines. In just a few hours, you will be ready to use this easy software. In Part I and II of this workshop, you will learn how to maneuver in the SAS interface, import and

Can Future Needs be Met Sustainably? Prof. Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith, Oxford Physics

MacNaughton Building 482 Gordon Street

U of G honorary doctorate recipient Prof. Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith, FRS, Oxford Physics, presents a public talk "Can Future Needs be Met Sustainably?" Global energy consumption is increasing rapidly, driven by rising living standards in developing countries. Decarbonisation is imperative to reduce air pollution, rebalance relations between oil producing and importing countries and moderate

Science Diplomacy: Prof. Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith, FRS, Oxford Physics

MacNaughton Building 482 Gordon Street

U of G honorary doctorate recipient Prof. Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith, FRS, Oxford Physics, presents a public talk "Science Diplomacy". Science Diplomacy is a term that has come to be used to describe almost all activities that involve both science/scientists and international relations/politicians/diplomats. In his presentation, Prof. Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith will discuss examples, successes

Join us for the 2019 Chappel Memorial Lecture

OVC Lifetime Learning Centre 25 McGilvray Street

The 2019 Chappel Memorial Lecture presents Dr. John Hogenesch, Ohio Eminent Scholar and Professor of Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in the Divisions of Human Genetics and Immunobiology. The Hogenesch lab has led in research into the transcriptional outputs of the clock in animal models and humans. This work is leading to a

Intro to R and RStudio Workshop Part 3

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

In this workshop you will learn how to recognize the issues that reproducible research helps address. Then you will learn the important roles of documentation, sharing, automation and organization in making research reproducible. You will be introduced to tools (R/RMarkdown/Git and GitHub) that can be used to make your research reproducible. This workshop is for

Tracking a Silent Epidemic: Targeted Espionage Against Civil Society

Richards Building 101 Reynolds Walk

Public presentation by honorary doctorate recipient Professor Ronald Deibert, Director of Citizen Lab, University of Toronto While the Internet and other digital media offer enormous practical benefits to large segments of society, they also create new and unforeseen risks. Over the last decade, the Citizen Lab (based at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of

2019 Real Estate and Housing (REH) Alumni Golf Tournament

Connect over an 18-hole game of golf and dinner with fellow grads and colleagues who support U of G's Real Estate and Housing (REH) program! Individual or group registration available. Golfers will have the opportunity to win prizes. Dinner-only options are also available for guests. Register online.