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Events for Wednesday, November 29, 2023 - Wednesday, November 29, 2023 › Intranet Events


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“Park Your Thoughts”: Open Forum on Parking at U of G

University Centre Ontario

Join Campus Parking Services on Jan. 20  from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the University Centre Courtyard to share your thoughts about parking services on campus. Staff from Campus Parking Services will be on hand to learn more about how people arrive to campus each day, where they come from and their thoughts on

Students: Free Pizza for Sharing Your IT Woes!

University Centre Ontario

The U of G IT Strategy Team wants to hear from students about their experience with IT on campus. Are you frustrated with certain systems? Is it hard to find the information you need? Have ideas about how to make things better? We are holding two workshops - each one hour - on Jan. 20

Data Skills Workshop: Data Analysis – Intro to Python

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

Interested in using Python but don't know where to start? Join us for a hands-on, two-part workshop for folks with little experience programming. We will cover the basics of working with data in Python. We'll cover reading-in data from an external source followed by some simple manipulation and analysis using the built-in capabilities that are

An Introduction to Podcasting Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

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

Data Skills Workshop: Data Basics

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

Ever wonder what sort of data you will be dealing with? Do you find yourself lost when it’s time to prepare your data for analysis? In this workshop, you will be introduced to the different types of data you can collect and create as well as the various ways you can collect, describe and visualize

Closer To Home Documentary Screening – “The Haircut”

The Cultural Diversity Office hosts "Closer to Home" a four-part documentary screening. Each documentary is centered around the lived experiences of Black, Indigenous and racialized Canadians. Each screening will be followed by a Q&A/panel discussion with community members and the film's cast and crew. The first edition of Closer To Home will feature the documentary

Black History Month: Sandra Brewster’s ‘Token|Contemporary Ongoing’ Exhibit

Art Gallery of Guelph 358 Gordon Street, Guelph

On display at the Art Gallery of Guelph and highlighted during Black History Month, Token | Contemporary Ongoing is an exhibit conceived by Sandra Brewster as artist-in-residence at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Focusing on the belongings of acquaintances and friends from Toronto’s Caribbean diaspora, physical objects are combined with representations of these tokens rendered

Data Skills Workshop: Getting Data – Open Data

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

In this interactive course, you will discover, use and describe the benefits of open data. You will learn how you can use open data in your research. This workshop is for anyone that has little to some knowledge about open data. At the end of the workshop, you will know how to access free data

Continuity and Change in Animal Protection Work and Policy Presentation

OVC Pathobiology AHL 419 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

Dr. Kendra Coulter presents "Continuity and Change in Animal Protection Work and Policy." She is leading a SSHRC-funded project on animal cruelty investigations and prevention. Please join us for a meet and greet with Dr. Coulter in PAHL 3826 after the talk. Dr. Coulter holds the Chancellor's Chair for Research Excellence and is chair of

Data Skills Workshop: Getting Data – Intro to Twitter Archiving Using Tags

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

Twitter, like other social media channels, contains a wealth of information typically pertaining to current events in real-time. This information is valuable to researchers in all disciplines. This workshop will offer participants an easy to use, yet powerful tool to capture and dig into the data. TAGS is a free Google Sheet template that works

Art Gallery of Guelph Winter Season Launch

Art Gallery of Guelph 358 Gordon Street, Guelph

Celebrate the opening of six new exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Guelph on Jan. 22 at 7 pm! Free admission. Artists in attendance. Refreshments and cash bar available.

Data Skills Workshop: Data Analysis – Intro to R and RStudio

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

R is an open-source software environment for data manipulation and statistical analysis. Used in a variety of disciplines, R has become a popular tool because of its power, flexibility and active community. Join us as we teach the R language fundamentals and basic syntax, major R data structures and generate basic statistical analysis. No programming

The Beginner’s Guide to Animated Videos Workshop

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

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 your video, write your script and make your video accessible. After this

Data Skills Workshop: Managing Data – Research Data Management

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

Every researcher begins a research project by formulating a research question and devising a methodology in which to undertake the project. What if you began your project with a plan detailing the actual mechanics of what needs to be considered during every step of the project: from data collected during the initial stages through to

Dial Down University Stress and Anxiety Workshop

University Centre

Learn about the most common anxiety escalators (including a couple of surprising ones), along with practical, proven tips and strategies you can use to decrease stress and anxiety this semester. This free, one-hour workshop for university students meets from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. with Kathy Somers from the Stress Management Clinic.

Frosty Mug Men’s Hockey Game 2020 – U of G v. Laurier

Sleeman Centre 50 Woolwich St,, Guelph

Guelph Gryphons v. Laurier Golden Hawks $15 for adults $10 for youths, seniors or U of G students Buy tickets online The annual Frosty Mug hockey game is a chance for students, faculty, staff and alumni to connect and cheer on the Guelph Gryphons men's varsity hockey team. Enjoy an outstanding fan experience and see

Brain Food Workshop: Getting Started on Your Thesis

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

In this workshop session, we provide foundational skills and strategies that will carry you through the thesis or dissertation process. Please bring your laptop, if possible. Topics covered will include: Managing the Thesis Process: We discuss goal setting and time management strategies to keep you motivated throughout your graduate degree Formulating Your Research Question: Your

Taking Responsibility for Climate Change: Prof. Brooke Ackerly

MacKinnon Building 87 Trent Lane, Guelph, Ontario

On Jan. 24, the Department of Philosophy welcomes Prof. Brooke Ackerly who will present her talk "Taking Responsibility for Climate Change: What People in Extreme Poverty Can Teach Big Donors (and the Rest of Us)". Ackerly is a professor in the political science department at Vanderbilt University. She is the author of Just Responsibility: A

Brain Food Workshop: Writing the Literature Review

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

In this workshop session, we focus on one of the most difficult parts of a thesis to write, the Literature Review. Please bring your laptop, if possible. A good thesis demands a good literature review, and that means finding and critically analyzing the key literature in your field. In this session, learn some methods for