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United Way Food Truck Party

Branion Plaza Branion Plaza, Guelph, Ontario

U of G will kick off its annual United Way campaign with a food truck party in Branion Plaza. Join us for lunch and have fun making a difference in

#WeBelieveYouDay

Johnston Green

The Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Office and the SAFE (Sexual Assault Free Environment) Peer Team* invites you to participate in We Believe You Day. On Sept. 20, the University of

ONLINE: Dial Down Academic Stress and Anxiety

ONLINE Ontario

Learn about the most common anxiety escalators (including a couple of surprising ones), along with practical, proven tips and strategies that you can use to decrease stress and anxiety this

Celebration of Life for Anita Stewart

Ontario

The following is shared on behalf of Anita Stewart's family. Celebration of Life for Anita Stewart, C.M., B.A., M.A., L.L.D. Born July 2, 1947 - passed October 29, 2020. Saturday

ONLINE: Virtual Tour of the Former Mohawk Institute

ONLINE Ontario

Join the Indigenous Student Centre to participate in a virtual tour facilitated by the Woodland Cultural Centre. Follow Lorrie Gallant, as she gives a tour of the former Mohawk Institute Residential School. During the video, Lorrie provides the history of the institution over its 140-year history. The tour features multiple rooms in the facility and

2022 Gryphons Read Event with Author Silmy Abdullah

McLaughlin Library 480 Gordon Street, Guelph, Ontario

This year, U of G’s annual common reading project – Gryphons Read – celebrates its sixth iteration. This year’s novel is Home of the Floating Lily, by Bangladeshi-Canadian author and lawyer, Silmy Abdullah. This collection of eight short stories follows the lives of everyday people as they navigate the complexities of migration, displacement, love, friendship

ONLINE: Skills for Research Impact – Planning for Research Impact

ONLINE Ontario

Knowledge mobilization 101! Become familiar with knowledge mobilization plans and conceptualize strategies adapted to your goals and audiences. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: Define ‘knowledge mobilization’ Identify why knowledge mobilization is important Identify best practices for knowledge mobilization Summarize the steps involved in knowledge mobilization planning Compare and contrast

ONLINE: Relaxation and Stress Management Skills

ONLINE Ontario

Learn to relax tight muscles, calm anxiety, settle a busy a brain and have more energy! Strengthen your ability to restore yourself during these challenging times. A smorgasbord of techniques for thriving under pressure are practiced in and out of class to begin developing lifetime skills. This 12-part program with Kathy Somers of the Stress

ONLINE: P4E Career Fair – “Largest of its kind in the country”

ONLINE Ontario

Don't miss the virtual P4E Career Fair on Wednesday, September 28! Whether you are looking for a job after graduation or unsure of your career options, attending the P4E Career Fair is a great way to learn about career opportunities and build connections with employers. Representatives from over 130 organizations from various sectors will be

Arboretum: In-person and Virtual Shrub Identification Workshops

Recurring
Arboretum 250 Arboretum Road, Guelph

Join Shelley Hunt for an in-person session on the Arboretum grounds to explore shrub identification in-person. This workshop includes the virtual sessions on September 7, 14, 21 and 28, as well as the in-person session on Sept. 30. Fee: $105 (plus HST) per person if you register by the early bird deadline of Sept. 22.

ONLINE: CIRCLE Graduate South Asia Conference

Recurring
Ontario

Thursday, September 29 to Saturday, October 1 8:30 a.m.  to 1:30p.m. ET each day This three-day virtual conference presents PhD scholars from programs in the fields of health, natural sciences and engineering, and social sciences and humanities from Canadian and South Asian Universities. It will showcase the cutting-edge research focused on South Asia and/or the

Black Faculty and Staff Network Welcome Event

University Club

The Black Faculty and Staff Network (BFSN) serves as a place of engagement, support and community for Black-identifying faculty and staff at the U of G. Join us for our Welcome Event on September 29 with food, music and an address by U of G Chancellor Dr. Mary Anne Chambers. We hope to see you

ONLINE: Better Sleep Program

ONLINE Ontario

Learn how to decrease insomnia, fall asleep (or back to sleep) more easily, and get more energy from sleep using proven, drug-free strategies. Go at your own pace through each lesson in this special online, on-demand, five-session sleep skills program with Kathy Somers of the Stress Management and High Performance Clinic. You have lifetime access

Film Screening: Migrant Dreams

10C Shared Space 42 Carden Street, Guelph, ON

Screening and discussion of the documentary Migrant Dreams by director Min Sook Lee. We’ll be meeting in the Community Classroom located on the 4th floor of the 10C community space, located at 42 Carden St. (opposite Guelph city hall). The event is free and open to all. Join director Min Sook Lee and U of G’s

ONLINE: CIRCLE Graduate South Asia Conference

Recurring
Ontario

Thursday, September 29 to Saturday, October 1 8:30 a.m.  to 1:30p.m. ET each day This three-day virtual conference presents PhD scholars from programs in the fields of health, natural sciences and engineering, and social sciences and humanities from Canadian and South Asian Universities. It will showcase the cutting-edge research focused on South Asia and/or the

Arboretum: In-person and Virtual Shrub Identification Workshops

Recurring
Arboretum 250 Arboretum Road, Guelph

Join Shelley Hunt for an in-person session on the Arboretum grounds to explore shrub identification in-person. This workshop includes the virtual sessions on September 7, 14, 21 and 28, as well as the in-person session on Sept. 30. Fee: $105 (plus HST) per person if you register by the early bird deadline of Sept. 22.