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Winter Pride: LGBTQ2IA+ Faculty, Staff and Student Mix and Mingle

University Club

The LGBTQ2IA+, Faculty, Staff, and Students Mix and Mingle is a space for University of Guelph students to meet, network and build community with LGBTQ2IA+ identified faculty and staff within the University. The event will have free food and raffle prizes! This event is part of the schedule of activities for Winter Pride, happening January

Tell a Story with Digital Media Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Digital storytelling can be used for explaining concepts, reflecting on an idea, retelling an event or making an argument. You will have the opportunity to try both the planning and technical aspects of digital storytelling. After this workshop, you’ll be able to: Describe what digital storytelling is Recognize how to write a script using best

Data Analysis Workshop – SPSS Part 2

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

SPSS is a statistical software package, mainly used in the social sciences. It features a point and click interface which makes it easy for the user to learn. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce students to the software as well as its different functions and commands. Topics such as data entry, manipulation and

Let’s Talk: Gender Equality

Thornbrough Building 80 South Ring Road East, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Campus inclusion and community have always been a priority at U of G. You can do your part to help. Join students from across campus in an honest and engaging discussion around gender equality, with the bold objective of breaking down barriers and stereotypes. These workshop discussions are open to all U of G students,

Slice of Entrepreneurship

Learn about exciting entrepreneurship opportunities on campus! Check out products and meet successful founders from real U of G startups and enjoy a free slice of pizza.

Black History Month: Barrington Walker -The Role of the Church in Shaping ‘Modern’ Black Canada

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

As part of Black History Month 2020, this talk by Barrington Walker will consider the history of the church in Black Canada and its role in affirming community bonds and forging Black freedom from early emancipation until the emergence of a "secular" civil rights movement. Through a case studies approach, and by drawing upon published

Winter Pride: LGBTQ2IA+ Graduate Student Mix and Mingle

The Fifth 50 Stone Road East, University Centre, 5th floor, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

A casual mix and mingle for LGBTQ2IA+ graduate students at the University of Guelph as part of Winter Pride. There will be free food and refreshments, and raffle prizes to be won! This event is being held in The Fifth (Grad Student Lounge). To access the venue, please use the North Elevators in the University

Data Skills Workshop: Data Analysis – Reproducible Research in R

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

In this workshop, you will learn how to recognize the issues that reproducible research helps address. Then you will learn the important roles of documentation, sharing, automation and organization in making research reproducible. You will be introduced to the tools (R/RMarkdown/Git and GitHub) that can be used to make your research reproducible. Please note: All

2020 Rural Symposium

1 Stone Rd.

The Rural Symposium is an annual opportunity for University of Guelph graduate students to showcase their rural research to policy makers, policy analysts and program staff from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA). The event facilitates knowledge mobilization and network building between graduate students at the University of Guelph, researchers, OMAFRA,

P4E Job Fair 2020

Ontario, Canada

Students from all disciplines and across all semester levels are welcome to network with over 200 employers from diverse sectors at the P4E (Partners4Employment) Job Fair. You don't want to miss this job fair...it's the largest of its kind in the country! Free admission with student or alumni ID from sponsoring schools. Free shuttle buses

Black History Month: RISE Spoken Word

During Black History Month, join us for a special performance by Reaching Intelligent Souls Everywhere (RISE) - the youth-led community movement composed of artists, activists and revolutionaries. Together they create a safe and welcoming platform for self-expression and healing through the performance arts. See more Black History Month events supported by U of G. Presented

Faculty: IT Strategy Workshop – Help Us Help You!

University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

Are you a faculty member or researcher at U of G? Do you have ideas to improve teaching, learning orresearch through IT? The IT strategy team wants to hear from you! Sessions are Feb. 5 and 13. Contact ITstrategy@uoguelph.ca for more information.

Let’s Talk: Gender Equality

Macdonald Hall

Campus inclusion and community have always been a priority at U of G. You can do your part to help. Join students from across campus in an honest and engaging discussion around gender equality, with the bold objective of breaking down barriers and stereotypes. These workshop discussions are open to all U of G students,

Data Skills Workshop: Data Visualization – R using ggplot2

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

In this workshop, you will learn how to produce scatter plots, boxplots and time series plots using ggplot2. Also, you will learn the tools and knowledge to create any figure/graphic to describe your data and customize your graphics with titles, legends, colors, etc. This workshop is aimed at individuals who conduct statistical analysis. Advanced knowledge

Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture: George Dark

Landscape Architecture 124 Reynolds Walk

George Dark, FCSLA, FASLA, OALA, is the recipient of the Governor General's Medal in Landscape Architecture and is a Senior Design Partner at Urban Strategies Inc. George's talk is titled "Density." All are welcome to attend.

Data Skills Workshop: Data Visualization – Excel

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

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

Let’s Talk: Gender Equality

Alumni Stadium Alumni Stadium, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Campus inclusion and community have always been a priority at U of G. You can do your part to help. Join students from across campus in an honest and engaging discussion around gender equality, with the bold objective of breaking down barriers and stereotypes. These workshop discussions are open to all U of G students,

Uncharted: Mental Health Awareness Speaking Tour with Daniel Carcillo

Mitchell Gym, Gryphons Athletic Centre University of Guelph

**FREE ADMISSION** - No registration required Ducky Brand presents Uncharted: A mental health awareness speaking tour On Feb. 6, two-time Stanley Cup champion and mental health advocate Daniel Carcillo presents "Uncharted: A Mental Health Awareness Speaking Tour." About this Event: Hear former Chicago Blackhawk Daniel Carcillo tell his story of how mental illness affected his

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

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

In this 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. Outlining Your Thesis This session offers a visual mapping strategy that you can use to organize your research and writing, structure

Arboretum Workshop: Animal Tracking

J.C. Taylor Nature Interpretive Centre

Have you ever wondered what made those marks in the snow? In this full-day program we will learn how to track animals. We will study the tracks and signs of Ontario mammals and other types of wildlife. By the end of the day you will learn to identify and interpret animal tracks by looking at