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Library Tours

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

Drop in to take a guided tour of the library. Besides books, we have comfy study space, Starbucks, programs to help you get a head start on academic work, and lots of people to assist you with research, writing, studying and technology. Tours begin every 15 minutes. Register online.

Graduate Student University Teaching Day (GSUTD) 2019

Graduate Student University Teaching Day is a teaching development day for grad students to improve their teaching skills and build connections with other instructors at the University of Guelph. This will be the first annual Graduate Student University Teaching Day (GSUTD), which replaces the Graduate Student University Teaching Conference (GSUTC). Choose from two concurrent workshop

Library Tours

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

Drop in to take a guided tour of the library. In addition to books, we have comfy study space, Starbucks, programs to help you get a head start on academic

2019 Community Breakfast for Faculty and Staff

Guelph Gryphons Athletics Centre - Events Centre

All U of G faculty and staff are invited to the annual Community Breakfast to celebrate the start of the academic year. Wednesday, September 4, 2019 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Guelph Gryphons Athletics Centre (GGAC) What to expect at the Community Breakfast Pick up breakfast in the W.F. Mitchell Centre gym starting at 8:30

Student Wellness Services’ new John T. Powell Building Grand Opening

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Health and Performance Centre - J.T. Powell building Ontario

Join us as we celebrate the official opening of the J.T Powell Building - the new home of Student Wellness Services! Several activities will take place as part of this event, including tours of the new facilities, an outdoor farmers market, resource table, free popcorn and a visit from the Gryph N' Grill, which will

Eden Mills Writers’ Festival Opening Night: In Conversation with Marina Endicott and Guy Gavriel Kay

Arboretum 250 Arboretum Road, Guelph

Presented in partnership with College of Arts – University of Guelph and The International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation In Conversation: Marina Endicott and Guy Gavriel Kay The Eden Mills Writers Festival presents two best-selling Canadian authors for the opening night of the 2019 festival. Marina Endicott and Guy Gavriel Kay will appear on stage together for …

Writing Tune-up Workshop: Grammar – DAY 1 of 2

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

This two-day Writing Tune-up: Grammar series is open to graduate and undergraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, visiting scholars, faculty and staff at the University of Guelph, as well as Guelph community

Writing Tune-up Workshop: Grammar – DAY 2 of 2

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

This two-day Writing Tune-up: Grammar series is open to graduate and undergraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, visiting scholars, faculty and staff at the University of Guelph, as well as Guelph community

Writing in the Sciences Workshop: Writing Research Articles

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

This workshop series is designed to help you improve your scientific writing skills. If you’re a graduate student working on a thesis or an undergraduate student interested in graduate-level research, these workshops are for you. Register for one session or register for all six. This session focuses on the purpose, organization and style of academic

Writing in the Sciences Workshop: Writing Literature Reviews

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

This workshop series is designed to help you improve your scientific writing skills. If you’re a graduate student working on a thesis or an undergraduate student interested in graduate-level research,

Writing in the Sciences Workshop: Improving Grammar, Punctuation and Mechanics

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

This workshop series is designed to help you improve your scientific writing skills. If you’re a graduate student working on a thesis or an undergraduate student interested in graduate-level research, these workshops are for you. Register for one session or register for all six. This session focuses on principles of grammar, punctuation and mechanics that

Smoking Cessation Peer Support Group

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Drop by to speak with U of G community members and a quit coach to talk about challenges and successes on the road to becoming smoke-free. Sessions run Thursdays from

Arboretum: Ecopsychology

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Participants will have the opportunity to engage in an eight-week program that explores the principles of Ecopsychology and Eco Art Therapy. Walking through this program, participants gradually gain a deeper

Arboretum: Hawks Workshop

Arboretum 250 Arboretum Road, Guelph

This workshop will help you develop your skills in identifying migrating hawks, falcons, vultures, eagles and osprey. Through a wide variety of hands-on activities, you'll learn about plumage, body shape,

Data Basics Workshop

Ever wonder what sort of data you will be dealing with? Do you find yourself lost when it’s time to prepare your data for analysis? In this workshop, you will be introduced to the different types of data you can collect or create as well as the various ways you can collect, describe and visualize

Broadband to the Farm and the Politics of Rural Connectivity in America

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

Hear Prof. Christopher Ali, Media Studies (University of Virginia) discuss his current research project, Farm Fresh Spectrum: Rural broadband and the future of connectivity. Ali's research examines the complicated terrain of rural broadband policy in the United States. Farm Fresh unpacks the politics of broadband policy, asking why millions of rural Americans lack broadband access

Introduction to Git and GitHub Workshop

Learn about Git and GitHub and how you can use them to collaborate on research projects, write computer code, backup data and create a website. Register online.