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The Science of Happiness

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

On this International Day of Happiness, join our EFAP provider, Homewood Health, to learn about the Science of Happiness. Scientific studies have shown that 50% of our individual differences in

Yoga and Meditation with Selam Debs

Art Gallery of Guelph 358 Gordon Street, Guelph, Canada

Join Selam Debs at the Art Gallery of Guelph as she guides you through an evening of movement and meditation to nourish your mind, body, and soul. This offering for the Black, Indigenous and racialized community is a Pay-What-You-Can event, with all proceeds going to support the BIPOC Outdoor Gear Library. Learn more and register

Skills for Research Impact Workshop: Podcasting

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Podcasts are a fun and popular mode of information sharing, and they are increasingly being used in research. This session will cover why podcasting is an effective knowledge mobilization strategy

ONLINE: Stress Eating workshop

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

If going to the fridge is your #1 stress management strategy, it may be time to learn more about how stress drives us to emotional eating, and ways to start

Giving Games 2023 – Support Canadian Blood Services

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

Introducing the Giving Games! This competition, running from Feb. 27 to March 24, is between Ontario universities to see which school can "give” the most. There are 3 ways to “give”: 1 point: booking an appointment to donate blood (130 Silvercreek Pkwy. N.) 1 point: joining the stem cell registry (in the University Centre during

Arboretum Workshop: Virtual Bird Song – Sparrows

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Into birding but the songs have you stumped? Whether you are new to learning bird sounds or you want a good refresher before the Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas starts this

Making Space for Progress: Internationalizing the University as Social Justice

Interdisciplinary Hub - MacKinnon 019 University of Guelph MacKinnon Bldg, Guelph

The University of Guelph's Strategic Refresh highlights the commitment of the university to “further international relationships” as a part of its overall pillar of community connection. The University has also

HPC Physical Well-being Series: Working Through Menopause

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Although the transition from peri-menopause to menopause is a normal part of every woman’s life, many of the changes can be very disruptive. It doesn't have to be that way!

HPC Physical Well-Being Series: Working Through Menopause

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Although the transition from peri-menopause to menopause is a normal part of every woman’s life, many of the changes can be very disruptive. It doesn't have to be that way! Women may experience symptoms of peri-menopause beginning in their early 40's and continue to experience symptoms into their 50's. Simple nutritional and lifestyle modifications can

BAS Program 20th Anniversary Celebration

Recurring
University Centre - Peter Clark Hall

On Wednesday March 22nd the College of Arts Community is invited to join in two events to celebrate the the BAS program and its students. Event #1: ASCI 4010 Research Poster Presentation Location: UC Courtyard from 12:30 to 3:00pm Event #2: Public Lecture "AI Futures, embodied computing, and Creativity" by Professor Isabel Pedersen, Director of

Alumni Perspectives: Kickstart Your Career After Graduation

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Join Alumni from the College of Arts and the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences as they reflect on the challenges and successes of transitioning from graduate programs to

Walk and Talk: Curatorial Tour of Creative Dissent and Mary Kelly: To Witness the Future

Art Gallery of Guelph 358 Gordon Street, Guelph, Canada

Join us at the Art Gallery of Guelph as AGG Director Shauna McCabe and artist/educator Pearl Van Geest offer a talk and tour of the exhibitions Creative Dissent and Mary Kelly: To Witness the Future. Emerging from Mary Kelly’s long engagement with activist movements, To Witness the Future brings together the artist’s recent work in

Arboretum Workshop: Virtual Propagating Plants from Cuttings

Arboretum Centre 200 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, Canada

Cuttings are a great way to propagate all kinds of plants including perennials, trees, shrubs and houseplants. This workshop will look at different ways to propagate cuttings and compare them

HeforShe at U of G with Olympic Soccer Diana Matheson

Guelph Gryphons Athletics Centre - Events Centre

Join us on Wednesday, March 22nd and celebrate the strength and resilience of our community. The evening will include a keynote speaker and presentations of scholarship and award winners. Two-time Olympic bronze medalist & former professional soccer player Diana Matheson will keynote UofG’s annual HeForShe gender equity event. Matheson, perhaps best known for scoring the

Telling our Global Stories

Interdisciplinary Hub - MacKinnon 019 University of Guelph MacKinnon Bldg, Guelph

Join this interactive session with Stuart McCook, Assistant Vice-President International, Office of International Strategy and Partnerships & Professor, Department of History, University of Guelph. Learn more and register.

Deep Dish Dialogues explores Food Waste

MacDonald Institute 68 MacDonald Street, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Chef Jagger Gordon of Feed It Forward will be the featured chef in Deep Dish Dialogues on March 23. Chef Jagger will be preparing a meal made from food that would normally go to waste while in conversation with Professor Bruce McAdams. They will be discussing food waste, food insecurity and the role chefs can

Kenneth R. Farrell Distinguished Public Policy Lectureship – How Women Saved Agricultural Economics and Other Ideas on Why Diversity Matters

Richards Building 101 Reynolds Walk

Please join the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics for the Kenneth R. Farrell Distinguished Public Policy Lectureship. “How Women Saved Agricultural Economics and Other Ideas on Why Diversity Matters” will be presented by Prof. Jill McCluskey, Director and Regents Professor, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University. Date: Thursday, March 23, 5:30 –

ONLINE: Virtual (Zoom) Constellation “Walk”

Arboretum Centre 200 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, Canada

Learning the night sky is like getting to know a new neighbourhood. At first, it may seem big and confusing, but as you strike out and become more and more