When making decisions about sharing or preserving your data there are many things to consider. This workshop will highlight some of the choices available to you as a researcher. Register
Join us for a talk by Donna Lanclos - researcher, writer, speaker and anthropologist - about open-ended ethnography and relationship-building as an antidote to being "ethnographish", surveillance and quantification in higher education. Register at lib.uoguelph.ca.
In this session, you will learn practical planning and prioritization strategies to help achieve school-work-life balance. The workshop will also review tools to use for short-term and long-term planning and strategies for self-care. Register online.
Acclaimed artist and horticultural, Lorraine Roy will present an illustrated talk and explore the stories that tree rings tell us about forests and take us into the world of tree
Seasonal flu shots are free for everyone - U of G flu shot clinics are open to staff, faculty, students and community members. You are required to wait 15 minutes
Student Financial Services is hosting its annual Financial Literacy Fair in the UC Courtyard on Nov. 21. Here’s why you should attend! Learn more about managing your finances from on-campus
Learn about gull plumage, size differences, bill shapes and behaviours of 13 different gull species. Registration: Early Bird Fee - $80 for registrations by Nov. 14 Regular Fee - $90
The digital age has transformed the way we consume information: we want a 24/7 outlet. This shift has manifested itself in the want for information to be at our fingertips – immediate and easily consumable. But, it’s not just immediacy that our audiences are looking for – it’s engagement. Benefit is gained from considering technology
Keith Henry, President and CEO of the Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada is the School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management's 2019 Executive-in-Residence. Henry will present a public discussion on “Indigenous
Learn practical skills to decrease test anxiety and enhance energy and performance during exam periods. Part One of this program meets today, and Part Two meets on Thursday, from 5:30
To kick off STEM Week 2019, the U of G Nanoscience Club will take their College Royal award-winning demo show to Brothers Brewing for a night of beer and nanoscience! Demonstrations include hydrophobic surfaces, acoustic levitation, quantum locking and superconducting levitation. Demos run throughout the evening. Don't miss your opportunity to witness these compelling displays
The deadline to drop fall 2019 courses is 11:59 p.m. on Nov. 29 for undergraduate students on the Guelph campus and all associate diploma and graduate students. For Guelph-Humber students, the deadline to drop fall 2019 courses is 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 3. Courses can be dropped using WebAdvisor.
Did you know the University of Guelph is currently developing a new IT strategic plan for the next five years? We are, and we could use your help! IT has a massive impact on our experiences at the University, and that’s where we want to focus with this IT strategy: how can we make your
On World Soil Day, SOILS AT GUELPH is linking up with OMAFRA, the School of Environmental Sciences, and the CREATE-Climate Smart Soils graduate program to celebrate soil! Join us for a meet-and-greet with OMAFRA and University of Guelph soil specialists, visit interactive soil displays, and stop by for our Graduate Student Poster Symposium from 10:30
Since 2010, the Ontario Agri-Food Innovation Alliance has been supporting research exploring the science of knowledge translation and transfer. Nearly a decade and 88 projects later, the Alliance’s KTT Funding Program has yielded a summary of leading practices and lessons learned about KTT for agri-food and rural research. In this session, we will discuss why