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Arboretum Workshop: Virtual Starting Vegetables from Seed

Arboretum Centre

An introduction to growing vegetables from seed. This course will cover topics such as, selecting the best types of seed, maturity dates, GMO seeds, hybrids vs heirlooms, starting early indoors, and planting direct in the garden. The section on starting indoors will discuss different light systems, preventing leggy seedlings and how to harden off seedlings

HPC Physical Well-Being Series: Safely and Sustainably Increase Your Activity Levels

ONLINE Ontario

After the holiday season, many of us may be trying to get back into our typical routines and start incorporating more physical activity into our day-to-day. But it may be overwhelming to try and find where to start safely in a way that feels good for your body and also is sustainable in the long

Winter Season Launch at the Art Gallery of Guelph

Art Gallery of Guelph 358 Gordon Street, Guelph

Join us on Thursday, January 19, at 6:30 p.m., for the launch of the Art Gallery of Guelph’s winter season. This season features three exhibitions that consider the importance of expanding political, personal and perceptual imaginations at this moment. Together, Mary Kelly: To Witness the Future, Insoon Ha: Dirge, and Jason Lujan: Under a Star-Filled

Winter Season Launch at the Art Gallery of Guelph

Art Gallery of Guelph 358 Gordon Street, Guelph

Join us on Thursday, January 19, at 6:30 pm, for the launch of the Art Gallery of Guelph’s winter season featuring three exhibitions that consider the importance of expanding political, personal, and perceptual imaginations at this moment. Together, Mary Kelly: To Witness the Future, Insoon Ha: Dirge, and Jason Lujan: Under a Star-Filled Sky speak

Arboretum Workshop: Virtual Interpreting Animal Gaits

Arboretum Centre

Interpreting an animal trail brings the story of the animal to life. This workshop will focus on animal gaits. How fast was the animal travelling? Gait analysis can even give insight into the mood of an animal. Fee: $10 (plus HST) per person.

Guelph Gryphons 13th Annual “Frosty Mug”

Sleeman Centre 50 Woolwich St,, Guelph

Guelph Gryphon Men's Hockey Team vs. the Laurier Golden Hawks "The Frosty Mug" is the Guelph Gryphons annual men's varsity hockey game played at the Sleeman Centre. This event helps students, alumni, families, faculty, staff and corporate partners to re-connect with the University of Guelph. The fan experience at this event is second-to-none as is

Discover Vet School

OVC Lifetime Learning Centre 25 McGilvray Street

Discover Vet School is a two-day series of lectures and labs delivered in-person by veterinarians, faculty, employees, alumni, special guest speakers, and student veterinarians from the Ontario Veterinary College. This program will take aspiring veterinarians through subjects normally taught only in vet school. Learn about different aspects of veterinary medicine and animal science by experiencing

Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture “Re-Imagining Landscape Architecture Through Selected Projects from Field Operations” by Isabel Castilla.

ONLINE Ontario

The Landscape Architecture program in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development presents a guest lecture entitled “Re-Imagining Landscape Architecture Through Selected Projects from Field Operations” by Isabel Castilla. Isabel is a Principal at James Corner Field Operations in New York City. She is currently the lead designer and project manager for Section 3

Student Volunteer Fair

University Centre Courtyard Ontario

Join Student Volunteer Connections for the 2023 Volunteer Fair! This fair is an opportunity to speak face-to-face with local organizations about their current and upcoming volunteer opportunities. Open to all students. Learn more and register at: https://www.recruitguelph.ca/cecs/events/2023/01/volunteer-fair

ONLINE: Dial Down Academic Stress and Anxiety

ONLINE Ontario

Learn about the most common anxiety escalators, along with practical, proven tips and strategies that you can use to decrease stress and anxiety this semester. Begin drafting your personal Anxiety Action Plan in this free, one hour workshop for university students meeting online from 5:30 - 6:30 pm with Kathy Somers from the Stress Management

RDM Brown Bag #1: Research Data Management 101

ONLINE Ontario

In this first RDM brown bag, you will learn all about how research data management (RDM) is being shaped at the national level through the Tri-Agency RDM Policy, on campus through the U of G RDM Institutional strategy, and how it might impact you. Here is a list of topics that will be covered: What

Gathering Hope: Evidence and Inspiration for Environmental Action

ONLINE Ontario

Join the Kinross Chair in Environmental Governance for a virtual panel discussion on evidence-based hope and environmental solutions. Kinross Chair Stephanie Cairns will moderate a discussion with high-profile panelists, including keynote speaker Dr. Elin Kelsey, author of Hope Matters. "...because we only hear about problems, we're missing the evidence of things that are moving in

Gathering Hope: Evidence and Inspiration for Environmental Action

ONLINE Ontario

Join the Kinross Chair in Environmental Governance for a virtual panel discussion on evidence-based hope and environmental solutions. Kinross Chair Stephanie Cairns will moderate a discussion with high-profile panelists, including keynote speaker Dr. Elin Kelsey, author of Hope Matters. "...because we only hear about problems, we're missing the evidence of things that are moving in

Arboretum Workshop: Virtual Starting Plants from Seed

Recurring
Arboretum Centre

This is a two part course that will introduce you the wonders of growing all kinds of different plants from seed and will draw on Robert Pavlis’ experience growing over 2,000 species of plants from seed. Part 1: Fundamentals of Seed Germination This first part will look at the basics of seed biology to really

ONLINE: Decreasing Headaches program

ONLINE Ontario

More than 3 or 4 headaches a month are too many! Learn drug-free strategies to decrease tension and migraine headaches, and decrease headache pain. This four-part skills program with Kathy Somers of the Stress Management & High Performance Clinic meets ONLINE for 90 minutes, once a week, for 4 weeks. Your link will be e-mailed

Introduction to the Professional and Career Development Record (PCDR)

ONLINE Ontario

The Professional and Career Development Record (PCDR) is a tool built into Experience Guelph that launched in November 2021. The PCDR formally recognizes a student's involvement in on- and off- campus professional and career development activities, most notably experiential learning. By the end of this workshop participants will be able to: Explain the purpose of

Project SOY Plus Finale

University Centre Courtyard Ontario

Join us for the annual Project SOY Plus finale. This year’s event will take place in the University of Guelph's University Centre on March 31st, 2023. Judging and public viewing of projects is available 10 a.m. until noon - during this time, we encourage you to ask questions and learn more about these student innovations.

ONLINE: Virtual (Zoom) Constellation “Walk”

Arboretum Centre

Learning the night sky is like getting to know a new neighborhood. At first, it may seem big and confusing, but as you strike out and become more and more familiar with prominent landmarks, the day comes when you realize that the neighborhood is no longer new. It’s home. Join us for monthly sessions as