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Exhibit Launch – Illuminating Life: Manuscript Pages of the Middle Ages

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Following From Parchment to Pixels colloquium, we are launching our newest exhibit, Illuminating Life: Manuscript Pages of the Middle Ages. At the launch you'll get to browse the new exhibition and be addressed by members of the University community, including: Prof. Susannah Ferreira, history Melissa McAfee, special collections librarian Amanda Etches, associate university librarian, research

Presentation Boot Camp

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Presentation Boot Camp is for students who would like to learn more about presentation skills and strategies to use in academic settings. This half-day workshop features a series of hands-on sessions, including voice and speech clarity, audience engagement and slide design.

Music Symposium 2020: Keynote – Prof. Marta McCarthy

Alexander Hall

The 14th Annual Music Symposium Keynote Speaker: Prof. Marta McCarthy (Music Department, University of Guelph) "Wellness for Musicians in Six Songs" Presentation and discussion. Free event

Allyship Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Allyship is difficult for many of us; sometimes our best intentions inadvertently cause harm to those we sought to support. Knowing how to engage in ally behaviour that is respectful and effective takes effort and thoughtfulness, and it is a skill that we need to continually learn and refine. During this workshop, attendees will learn

Artist Talk with Carmela Laganse (Art Gallery of Guelph)

Art Gallery of Guelph 358 Gordon Street, Guelph, Canada

Carmela Laganse will discuss how many seemingly innocuous everyday objects are entangled in histories of colonization and violence. Touching on the differences between objects in representation and objects in use, the artist will explore how the incorporation of three-dimensional forms in her practice asserts that objects have an agency that impacts our engagement with them.

HeForShe at U of G

University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

Join us for the third annual HeForShe at U of G event and celebrate the strength and resilience of our community. The evening will include presentations of scholarship and award winners. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Event begins at 7 p.m. Join the Gryphon Football Team as they stand in solidarity with females to support

Control Academic Stress Workshop: Learning from Failure

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

In this session, we will discuss how failure affects us and how we can learn from failure. We will learn strategies to help us cope with failure and identify how experiencing failure can help us in the future.

Accessibility Town Hall

Recurring
University Centre 150 Research Ln, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

This event is an opportunity to share your concerns about physical accessibility on campus and speak to key decision makers. If you have experienced barriers to accessing certain buildings or routes on campus, including issues with snow or ice,  this is a great opportunity to be heard and help brainstorm solutions. If you can’t make

From Parchment to Pixels – Manuscripts Colloquium

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

You're invited to attend From Parchment to Pixels, a colloquium sponsored by the McLaughlin Library, the College of Arts and the Humanities Interdisciplinary Collaboration (THINC) Lab. The colloquium will provide a forum for discussion on the role books played in the medieval world and the world of today. University of Guelph history and art history

Introduction to Citation Management Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

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 and recommend you come with them

Thinking Spaces – Jazz Libre: The Musical-Political Praxis of the Quebec Left

MacKinnon Building 87 Trent Lane, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

The International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation (IICSI) and the University of Guelph Department of History are excited to present historian Eric Fillion. A part of IICSI’s “Thinking Spaces” speaker series, Fillion will showcase his groundbreaking research between 2:30-4 p.m. on March 12 in MacKinnon Building Room 308. A listening session led by Fillion

Truscott Lecture in Justice – Covering Crime: Canadian Reporters Tell the Inside Story

Rozanski Hall 98 Trent Lane, Guelph, Ontario

Join us for a conversation with high-profile reporters about their role in the criminal justice system. Join Wendy Gillis (Toronto Star, crime reporter), Julian Sher (independent investigative journalist) and Nicole Lampa (CTV News, reporter). Sponsored by the Criminal Justice and Public Policy and Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy programs.

CBG Seminar Series: Community-Based Research with Indigenous Peoples – Notes and Reflections

Centre for Biodiversity Genomics Ontario, Canada

Thomas Mcllwraith is a cultural anthropologist in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Guelph. He conducts research with Indigenous communities and individuals in British Columbia. Together with communities, Mcllwraith works to document territory, understand food and resource harvesting practices, and to help Elders and families prepare life histories. His work also includes an

Reproducibility and Open Science Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

The Reproducibility Crisis is ongoing in the sciences, and concerns the inability to reproduce the results of scientific studies. One of the proposed solutions to the crisis is the Open Science Movement. The goal of this movement is that by making science more accessible to all levels of society, we can increase the quality of

POSTPONED: TEDxGuelphU – Intended to Innovate

Linamar Innovation Centre 700 Woodlawn Rd. W, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

- This event has been postponed - Join us for TEDxGuelphU's 11th annual TEDx conference, "Intended to Innovate". We bring together a panel of speakers from the community and the University to offer their expertise on innovation and ideas worth spreading. Lunch and transportation to and from the University of Guelph will be provided. Buy

– CANCELLED – Panel: Nurturing Personal and Professional Communities in Academia

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

A Live Work Well Research Centre panel discussing strategies and challenges of working and living through commitments for building communities and social justice. Explore issues related to the additional expectations and invisible labour put on certain faculty, such as women, people of colour and Indigenous people. The panel will be moderated by Indira Naidoo-Harris, AVP

– CANCELLED – Playing With Pressbooks Publishing Software Workshop (Intermediate)

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

- This event has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience -  Do you have course notes, a textbook or other educational materials that you want to publish online? Are you unsure of where to start or which tool to use? Come to this hands-on workshop to learn how to get the most out of

– POSTPONED – Arboretum Planetarium Workshop: All About Mars

Arboretum Centre 200 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, Canada

- This event has been postponed. Please visit the Arboretum's website for more information -  Join guest instructor Trevor Chandler inside his planetarium for this amazing program (families welcome and encouraged). The red planet Mars will be well positioned for observation in fall 2020. In advance of this opportunity, this show provides an opportunity to

– POSTPONED – Arboretum Planetarium Workshop: Moons of the Solar System

Arboretum Centre 200 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, Canada

- This event has been postponed. Please visit the Arboretum's website for more information -  Join guest instructor Trevor Chandler inside his planetarium for this amazing program (families welcome and encouraged). There are currently eight planets in our solar system. Orbiting many of these planets are a wide variety of moons, each with its own

– CANCELLED – The Beginner’s Guide to Animated Videos Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

- This event has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience -  Animated videos are a great way to engage your audience, share information and make information more "digestible." This session will provide instruction on free animation software called PowToon that is quick and easy to use. Learn tips and tools to plan and storyboard