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Brain Food Workshop: Outlining Your Thesis and Explaining Your Research Findings

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

In this Brain Food workshop session, we analyze the common features and structures of the thesis/dissertation and then focus more specifically on the results and discussion sections. If possible, please bring your laptop to this workshop. Topics covered include: Outlining Your Thesis: This session offers a visual mapping strategy that you can use to organize

Take the STRESS out of IBS Workshop

University Centre

Learn strategies to decrease symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome or a stressed stomach. This skills program, offered by the Stress Management Clinic and the dietitian at Student Health Services, meets weekly on Fridays, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., for five sessions. The program fee is $20 for U of G students, $50 for members of USW

Brain Food Workshop: Writing the Literature Review

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

In this workshop session, we focus on one of the most difficult parts to write, the Literature Review. Please bring your laptop, if possible. Topics covered will include: Gathering and Reading Literature: A good thesis demands a good literature review, and that means finding and critically analyzing key literature in your field. In this session,

Go ENG Girl

Science Complex 488 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

Girls in Grades 7 through 10 are invited to attend Go ENG Girl - an opportunity to explore aspects of design, coding and engineering with games and challenges! This free annual event is hosted in collaboration with Ontario Network of Women in Engineering (ONWiE). Register online.

OVC Animal Welfare Forum

OVC Pathobiology AHL 419 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

The Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) Animal Welfare Forum, organized by the OVC Animal Welfare Club, is an educational event where speakers discuss topics related to the well-being of animals. "Can the problem of puppy mills be better addressed by establishing high welfare standards for dogs in commercial breeding kennels?" Dr. Candace Croney, Purdue University "Large

Grad Studies Preview Day

Mitchell Gym, Gryphons Athletic Centre University of Guelph

Are you interested in learning more about graduate programs at the University of Guelph? We have more than 100 different graduate programs supported by world-renowned faculty and state of the

Data Analysis Workshop – R Part 3: Data Visualization with ggplot2

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

In this workshop, you will learn how to produce scatter plots, boxplots and time series plots using ggplot2. You will also learn how to create figures and graphics to describe your data and customize your graphics with titles, legends, colours, etc. This workshop is intended for individuals who conduct statistical analysis. Advanced knowledge of R

Beyond Graduation Educational Opportunities Fair

Recurring
University Centre Courtyard Ontario

Meet representatives from 120+ educational institutions in Ontario, across Canada, the United States and international locations to explore post-graduation opportunities including certificate, post-diploma and graduate programs. A wide variety of educational fields and programs will be represented, including business and MBA programs, law, teacher education, social work, medical, health, pharmacy and chiropractic colleges, alternative health,

Land-based Initiatives for Learning: Moving Beyond Food Security

University Centre

A Discussion Panel with: Prof. Brittany Luby, Prof. Hannah Tait-Neufeld, Dave Skene and Elisabeth Miltenburg The panel will explore the concept of Indigenous food sovereignty, including a theoretical discussion of the subject, along with illustrations of research and practice in community contexts. Local Community Groups will be present to provide resources and further information.

Better Sleep for Peri-Menopausal Women Workshop

University Centre

This two-hour workshop offers drug-free tips to help cope with mid-life sleep changes, hot flashes and the frustration of being awake through the night. The fee is $5 for U of G students, $20 for members of USW Local 4120 and $40 for all others.

Meditation for Beginners Workshop

University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

U of G's Classical Yoga for Total Health and Awareness Program hosts a free one-hour introduction to Isha Kriya yoga session. Learn this simple 12-18 minute practice to help you to become meditative effortlessly.

Data Skills: Data Visualization – Excel

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

Excel is a popular tool that provides many powerful features that can assist you in managing your data and help to better understand small and large data sets. While not as robust as other data visualization tools, it can be used for visualizing your data through its charting features. Come learn how to create charts

Introduction to Citation Management Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

This presentation will walk you through the benefits of citation management and explain how you can use citation managers to keep track of your research and speed up the citation process. Participants are required to bring a laptop to the session. We will focus on using Zotero and Mendeley (see this comparison chart) and recommend

Redefining Waste: Stop Waiting for Change, Make Change!

Macdonald Hall

Join us as we celebrate local champions and innovators who are disrupting traditional business models to embrace waste reduction initiatives. Come hear the stories of local entrepreneurs that are moving the conversation on waste reduction forward. Leave with tips and tricks on how to reduce your waste. This event is in celebration of national waste

Groundbreaking for MacKinnon Building Renovations

MacKinnon Building 87 Trent Lane, Guelph, Ontario

Construction on the MacKinnon Building aimed at creating a new ImprovLab and updating the existing theatre, student spaces and main entrance will launch with an official groundbreaking ceremony. The University community, architects, funders and supporters are invited to attend the event to be held in the MacKinnon quadrangle. Renovations will cover 45,000 sq. ft of

College of Arts presents: “Modulating Love” with Dr. Megabyte

Summerlee Science Complex Atrium

Born with the brain of a robot and the heart of a bull, Dr. Megabyte stretches technology to its limits in the pursuit of sound as sensation, emotion, and introspection. In his performances, you will hear found sounds mixed with synthesized sounds and noise, then transformed through time and frequency manipulation. Matthew James Borland (a.k.a.

Women’s Hockey Fall Faceoff

Sleeman Centre 50 Woolwich St,, Guelph

Help us celebrate the national champion Gryphon Women's Hockey Team. Join us October 24 in Downtown Guelph at the Sleeman Centre where the Gryphons will take on the Western Mustangs at 7 p.m. It's a great chance for faculty, staff, alumni, junior Gryphons and families to connect and show their Gryphon Pride. More information and

“The Flavour of Feminism and Food” Philosophy Conference

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

The University of Guelph and the College of Arts are pleased to host a three-day international philosophy conference Oct. 25-27. U of G will welcome new and emerging scholars from Canada, the United States and the UK at a conference showcasing feminist approaches to philosophical and public engagement on the ethics and politics of food.

Brain Food Workshop: Publishing and Presenting Your Research

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

In this Brain Food workshop session, we focus on communicating your research to a wider audience. Please bring your laptop, if possible. Topics covered will include: Disseminating Your Thesis: This session will cover what you need to know with respect to publishing and author rights, as well as the e-thesis submission process. It will help

Hackathons: The Evolution of Hacking discussion

University Centre Ontario

Initially designed to bring together computer scientists and software engineers to develop code-based solutions to industry challenges, hackathons have expanded to include expertise from disciplines such as health and wellness, medicine, environmental sciences and more. In this discussion, we will learn how hackathons have been successfully adapted to: include both extra- and co-curricular settings provide