The Experiential Learning Development and Recognition team is excited to share that Corey Wood, our part-time staff member for the past year, has kindly agreed to present a final showcase about two key projects she has spearheaded during our time with us. These topics may be of interest to the larger faculty and staff community,
Ponds teem with a diversity of prey and predators that conduct their lives largely unseen below the surface. The online portion of this workshop will introduce you to some of these fascinating animals. The importance of vernal pools will be highlighted. These temporary ponds are crucial to the reproductive success of various creatures including wood
Plein Air painting simply means to paint outside. Learn how to bring your paints outside and create your ideal plein air set up. Candice will talk about art supplies and share tips and tricks from her adventures plein air painting around Ontario. She will also demonstrate her approach to simplifying the landscape quickly and expressively
Plein Air painting, simply means to paint outside. Learn how to bring your paints outside and create your ideal plein air set up. Candice will talk about art supplies and share tips and tricks from her adventures plein air painting around Ontario. She will also demonstrate her approach to simplifying the landscape quickly and expressively
Technology, Pluralism and Inclusiveness in Agriculture, Food, and Environment The School of Environmental Design and Rural Development and Ontario Agriculture College will host the international conference of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education (AIAEE) in Guelph April 26 to 29, 2023. Established in 1984, AIAEE is a leading international professional organization for agricultural
First Nations, Inuit and Métis staff, faculty and students are invited to participate in a focus group to share your perspectives on Indigenous identity, membership, citizenship and confirmation. Participants will explore how U of G can safeguard opportunities and resources earmarked for First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples while opposing fraudulent claims of Indigenous identity.
Spring has sprung, and there's no better time for birdwatching at The Arboretum! Migratory birds are making their way north from their tropical winter destinations, and our feathered residents have romance on the brain. Come on out for a walk around the Arb in search of whatever birds the day may provide. This is a
3MT® is a university-wide competition for graduate students in which participants present their research, creative activity, and its wider impact in 3 minutes or less to a panel of non-specialist judges. The challenge is to present complex research in an engaging, accessible and compelling way, using only one slide. For the 2023 3MT® Competition, each
Come celebrate the end of the academic year. Join President Yates for brief remarks and a little fun. Connect with colleagues and enjoy the food as we launch Our Time: The University's 2022-27 Strategic Plan. There will be prizes! RSVP before April 28 at Spring Social 2023 We are committed to sustainability and your reply is required to
Join us for the online Arrell Food Business and Technology Forum: Smart Retailing on May 4, 2023. Smart Retailing (SR) is an integration of multifaceted interfaces through which consumers and businesses interact using advanced technology. Smart technology in food retail typically uses sensors, information touch points, digitized labelling and handheld or mobile applications during the
In this webinar, Dr. Nanditha Narayanamoorthy (Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) will discuss how the Indo-Canadian diaspora engages in discussions surrounding the legalization of homosexuality in India on Twitter and Instagram, and participates in a movement of transnational and networked empathy for queer rights and emancipation in the country.
Learn how to use a variety of art supplies to create your own nature journal. Artist Candice Leyland will show inspiration, techniques and get you started capturing inspiration in your own nature journal. Great for all levels. Registrants must be age 12+. Bring: your own Sketchbook and Drawing Materials (whatever you are comfortable using, Pencil
Attention Watercolour Artists! Learn to take your watercolours outside and capture simple landscapes by what you see. Candice will show techniques to create beautiful compositions, how to draw quickly and simplify what you see to create beautiful plein air paintings. Supply List will be emailed. Registrants must be age 14+. Supplies: Your favourite Watercolour Supplies