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Concert: Tim Baker with special guests The Franklin Electric

War Memorial Hall 390 Gordon Street, Guelph

At the end of 2017, twelve years after their inception, the multi-award-winning band, Hey Rosetta! went on hiatus, after selling 10,000 tickets to five farewell shows. For the band’s principal songwriter and lead vocalist Tim Baker, this was the start of a new chapter. On his debut solo album Forever Overhead, Baker warmly welcomes you

Fall IT Strategy Workshop

University Centre 150 Research Ln, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

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

International Human Rights Day

Need some fuel for your next exam or study session? Visit our booth in the University Centre Courtyard Dec. 10 for a FREE coffee, learn more about the Office of Diversity & Human Rights and celebrate International Human Rights Day with us!

Graduate Settlement Deadline

Ontario, Canada

The deadline to submit the Graduate Settlement form for the Winter 2020 semester is December 15. Graduate students must complete the form on WebAdvisor to indicate if they will be paying their tuition and fees by payroll deduction, departmental trust fund, awards or sponsorship. Students paying their bill with personal or government (e.g., OSAP) funds

Final Grades Available on WebAdvisor

Ontario, Canada

For Undergraduate and Diploma Students on the Guelph Campus: Final grades for the Fall 2019 semester that have been received in the Office of Registrarial Services will show on WebAdvisor beginning Dec. 16, 2019. For Graduate Students: Final grades for the Fall 2019 semester will show on WebAdvisor when they are received by the Office

Data Analysis in R Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

In this workshop, you will learn how to run descriptive statistics, perform simple statistical analysis including ANOVA and correlation. This is a great opportunity for students to learn how to analyze their own data, which is becoming an extremely valuable skill in research, academia and the workplace. Audience: This workshop builds upon the material presented in

Writing in the Sciences Workshop: Writing Research Articles

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

This session focuses on the purpose, organization and style of academic research articles in the sciences. With reference to the principles of genre and move structure analysis, we discuss strategies for writing an effective introduction, method, results and discussion sections. Register on the library's website.

An Introduction to Podcasting Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Join this two-hour workshop to walk through the steps of creating a podcast: from planning, scripting, gathering music and sound effects. This session will provide instruction on free, open-source software called Audacity for recording and editing your podcast. After this workshop, you’ll be able to: Identify the steps for creating a podcast Recognize how to

Writing in the Sciences Workshop: Strengthening Your Scientific Writing Style

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

In this session, we discuss strategies for writing clearly and concisely. We practice revising individual sentences to reduce wordiness, improve word choice and increase clarity. For this session, you can practice on excerpts from your own scientific writing or work with our examples. Register on the library's website.

New Graduate Student Orientation

University Centre Ontario, Canada

An orientation session is provided by the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies for graduate students who are starting their program in Winter 2020. Students will learn about the services and resources available to them at the University. Light refreshments will be served. A preliminary program is available online. Students who plan to attend the

Positive Space Project Filming

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

The Positive Space Project is an initiative on campus to develop an LGBTQ2SIA+ awareness and informational training (both online and in-person) for U of G faculty and staff. As part of the training development, organizers will create videos about key concepts such as pronouns, coming out and allyship.   LGBTQ2SIA+ faculty and staff at the

Writing in the Sciences Workshop: Writing Literature Reviews

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

This session focuses on strategies for organizing, drafting and revising literature reviews. We discuss how to connect your literature review to your research question, how to build the structure of your review and how to avoid some common challenges when writing in this scientific genre. Register on the library's website.

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

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

This session focuses on principles of grammar, punctuation and mechanics that are of interest to students in the sciences. We discuss how to identify and correct common grammar errors, how to use punctuation more effectively, and how to avoid mechanical errors and inconsistencies. Register on the library's website.

Arboretum Workshop: Owls – a Who’s Whoo in Ontario

Arboretum 250 Arboretum Road, Guelph

Discover how to use your eyes and ears to identify Ontario's Owls. An evening "Owl Prowl" in the Guelph area is planned. Arboretum Naturalist: Chris Earley - author of Hawks & Owls Eastern North America. Registration: Early Bird Fee - $100 if registered by Jan. 2. Regular Fee - $110 Register at uoguelph.ca/arboretum

Writing in the Sciences Workshop: A Song of Ice and Fire

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Winter is coming, and you need to write that scientific paper. But do you feel you know nothing about writing an engaging science paper? If so, come explore how the Game of Thrones character, Daenerys, develops from an abused sister into a powerful Queen who proclaims, "I am the dragon's daughter, and I swear to

Vigil in Honour of Students in Jan. 8 Plane Crash

War Memorial Hall 390 Gordon Street, Guelph

A vigil will be held Friday, January 10 for U of G graduate students Ghanimat Azhdari and Milad Ghasemi Ariani who died in the Ukraine International Airlines crash on January 8. War Memorial Hall opens at 7 p.m. Remarks will begin at 8 p.m. “We are deeply saddened to hear of the tragic loss of

Writing Tune-Up Workshop: Grammar (Day 1)

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

This two-day Writing Tune-up: Grammar series provides grammar instruction for all levels of writers. It is open to graduate and undergraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, visiting scholars, faculty and staff at the University of Guelph, as well as Guelph community members. The workshop is useful for participants wanting to improve their own writing skills as well

Writing Tune-Up Workshop: Grammar (Day 2)

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

This two-day Writing Tune-up: Grammar series provides grammar instruction for all levels of writers. It is open to graduate and undergraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, visiting scholars, faculty and staff at the University of Guelph, as well as Guelph community members. The workshop is useful for participants wanting to improve their own writing skills as well

Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture: “The Path – Reconciliation, Learning and Landscape Architecture”

Arboretum Centre 200 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, Canada

The Landscape Architecture program in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development presents a guest lecture by Chris Grosset. Grosset is Chair of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects Reconciliation Advisory Committee, and partner at NVision InSight Group - an Indigenous consulting firm. Through his lecture, he will explore the formal and informal paths