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Shine Mental Well-being Awareness Week: Flip the Script – Sexual Violence Resistance

Recurring
Ontario, Canada

Are you interested in reducing sexual violence in your community? Are you interested in personal self-defense? Are you looking for some awesome sex-ed? Flip the Script is a two-day program that offers attendees ways to resist sexual violence. It flips the script of how women are socialized to act and empowers them to identify and

Equine Industry Symposium 2019

Rozanski Hall 98 Trent Lane, Guelph, Ontario

The fourth annual Equine Industry Symposium is an opportunity for industry professionals to learn about and discuss the industry as a whole. The main focus of this year’s symposium is ‘Change’. Professionals from different backgrounds in the industry will discuss: Our changing relationship with horses Being the change your horse needs Making changes in the

Student Print Show and Sale

Zavitz Hall

Students from the School of Fine Art and Music Department will be showing and selling their original lithographs, etchings, relief and screen prints. Admission is free.

Data Preservation and Sharing Workshop: Things You Need to Know

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

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 at lib.uoguelph.ca.

Control Academic Stress Workshop: Planning and Prioritizing

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

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.

Arboretum Workshop: Wisdom of the Rings – The Living Journals of Trees

Arboretum Centre 200 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, Canada

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 ring science. Admission by donation ($5 to $10 suggested).

Flu Shot Clinic

Athletics Centre 150 Reynolds Walk, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

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 at the clinic after your shot. All residents of Ontario over six months of age are eligible to receive the annual influenza vaccine at no

Student Financial Literacy Fair

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 groups and external organizations. Ask Student Financial Services questions about bursaries, scholarships, work study, undergraduate research assistantships, OSAP, deadlines, student accounts and more. Grab some

University of Guelph Jazz Ensemble at Manhattans

Ontario, Canada

The University of Guelph Jazz Ensemble plays a two-set performance at Manhattans Bistro. Presented by School of Fine Arts and Music and College of Arts. Location: Manhattans, 951 Gordon St., Guelph

Arboretum Workshop: Gulls – Graceful, Gregarious and Simply Gorgeous

Arboretum Centre 200 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, Canada

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 Register at www.uoguelph.ca/arboretum

Tools for Research Communications Presentation

University of Guelph

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

Indigenous Tourism in Canada: Accelerated Growth and Future Opportunities

MacDonald Institute 68 MacDonald Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

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 Tourism in Canada: Accelerated Growth and Future Opportunities” on Nov. 22. All are welcome to attend. Please RSVP online. Mr. Keith Henry is a Métis person that

U of G Chamber Ensemble Performance

Harcourt United Church Ontario, Canada

The University of Guelph Chamber Ensemble plays their end of semester performance at Harcourt United Church. All are welcome. Location: Harcourt United Church, 87 Dean Ave, Guelph Time: 2:30 - 4 p.m. Admission: Free

Stress Less for Tests Workshop

University Centre 150 Research Ln, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

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 - 7:00 p.m. The program fee is $10 for U of G students.

N3: Nano Night in November at Brothers Brewing

Ontario, Canada

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

CCSAW Seminar: Understanding Behaviour to Inform Animal Husbandry

Pathobiology Building

Nienke van Staaveren is a postdoctoral researcher within the Department of Animal Biosciences at the University of Guelph. She obtained her PhD in Veterinary Medicine from University College Dublin and Teagasc – the Irish Agriculture and Food Development Authority, focusing on pig health and welfare. In 2017, she joined the lab of Prof. Alexandra Harlander

STEM Week – The Role Exploring Mars Plays in Unraveling Earth’s Origin Story: A Physics Perspective

Waasamowin - Summerlee Science Complex Atrium 474-570 Gordon St, Guelph, ON, Canada

As part of STEM Week 2019, the Department of Physics is sponsoring a public talk by U of G physics grad and former Canadian Space Agency prospect Scott von Bommel. Von Bommel's application of physics fundamentals to planetary science challenges has allowed this former Gryphon to explore Mars through multiple rover missions, the southern reaches

Deadline to Drop Fall 2019 Courses

Ontario, Canada

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.

STEM Week: Fizzics Pub Night with Wellington Brewery

Guelph Civic Museum 52 Norfolk St, Guelph

Join us for an evening about the science of beer! Our pub night will include talks from 3M National Teaching Fellowship award winner Prof. Joanne O'Meara and VP of Brewing and Quality for Wellington Brewery Marvin Dyck. Also enjoy sampling the altered states of beer and a special physics beer brewed especially for this night