Predatory publishing has received a lot of news coverage in the last few years in places like CBC, the New York Times, and The Guardian. Predatory publishing is an opportunistic publishing venue that exploits the academic need to publish but offers little reward for those using the service. This presentation will do a deep dive
This is an interactive workshop covering HBC and the sale of Rupert's Land, the West entering Canada, the Red River Rebellion, Riel's Exile, the Northwest Rebellion, Riel's Trial & Hanging and why we as Métis still celebrate Riel Day today. Join Métis Knowledge Keeper Alicia Hamilton as she walks you through historical moments within Métis
Sign up to try a $3 cooking class with our campus dietician! Learn a new, healthy recipe you can use at home, and take home the food you cook in class. Registration required through gryphlife.uoguelph.ca The Mental Well-Being Educational Programming Committee is proud to present Shine: Mental Well-being Awareness Week from November 11 to November
The LGBTQ2IA+ Weekly Discussion serves as an opportunity to discuss and share lived experiences of being part of the LGBTQ2IA+ communities. Snacks and refreshments are provided for all attendees. The term LGBTQ2IA+ represents lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirit, intersex, asexual, and others whose identities fall outside of heterosexual and cisgender paradigms. The Mental Well-Being
As Louis Riel Day lands on a Saturday, join us on Friday for short remarks and the raising of the Métis flag in recognition of Louis Riel Day. Although Louis Riel Day marks the execution of Louis Riel, it is also a day to celebrate Métis culture, recognize the many contributions of the Métis to
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.
Feeling anxious about tests and exams? In this Control Academic Stress workshop, we will discuss strategies to help you cope with exam anxiety while preparing for exams. Participants in all four workshops in the Control Academic Stress series will receive a letter of recognition for their participation. At any time of the year, you can
Feeling anxious about tests and exams? In this workshop run by the McLaughlin Library, learn strategies to help you cope with exam anxiety while preparing for exams. Registration required through lib.uoguelph.ca. The Mental Well-Being Educational Programming Committee is proud to present Shine: Mental Well-being Awareness Week from November 11 to November 17. Students and staff
Mental Health Matchups are held during the Women’s Basketball Game at 6 p.m. and the Men’s Basketball Game at 8 p.m., aiming to put the spotlight on mental health and student athletes. Both basketball games will be Guelph Gryphons vs. Ottawa Gee-Gees. All U of G students get free admission! The Mental Well-Being Educational Programming
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
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
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.
Join us for a talk by Donna Lanclos - researcher, writer, speaker and anthropologist - about open-ended ethnography and relationship-building as an antidote to being "ethnographish", surveillance and quantification in higher education. Register at lib.uoguelph.ca.
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.
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).
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 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