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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 to using seeds. Most of the time will be spent on techniques that use media other than water. We’ll distinguish between softwood, semi-hardwood and hardwood

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.

Vocal Health First Aid: How to Protect Your Vocal Cords

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Did you know a high-voice user speaks at least 4 hours a day? In our job, at home, and while we speak throughout our day, it is easy to be a medium (2-4 hours) or high (4-6 hours) voice user – especially if we are in a job role that requires teaching, facilitating, and frequent

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 familiar with prominent landmarks, the day comes when you realize that the neighbourhood is no longer new. It’s home. Join us for monthly sessions as

Two Hits are Better than One: Targeting the Mevalonate Pathway in Cancer

Ontario, Canada

Department of Biomedical Sciences Cancer Biology Invited Seminar Join Dr. Linda Penn, PhD, Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Molecular Oncology, UHN Director, Office of Research Trainees, Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Professor, Department of Medical Biophysics, University of Toronto and U of G graduate for this seminar.

Ontario Agri-Tech Pitch Competition 2023

Ontario, Canada

The Research Innovation Office at the University of Guelph is excited to announce the Ontario Agri-Tech Pitch Competition in collaboration with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs. By uniting farmers, academics, agri-tech entrepreneurs and investors, this event will raise awareness about the problems worth solving and showcase investible companies. Join us online

Arboretum Workshop: Virtual Bird Song – Finches and Thrushes

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 spring, this course is for you. Join Chris Earley, Arboretum Interpretive Biologist and author of five bird field guides, for a series of eight virtual

Roe v. Wade Overturned: The Politics of Abortion in the Post-Roe Era

Ontario, Canada

With the strokes of five pens, in 2022 the US Supreme Court rescinded the constitutional right to abortion, a right that had been expanded almost half a century earlier. What are the implications of the Dobbs v. Jackson decision for politics? Join Professor Jordi Díez as he moderates a panel of experts to discuss the

2023 OAC Alumni Association Bonspiel

Ontario, Canada

Join fellow alumni and the OAC Alumni Association for some friendly competition at the annual 2023 OAC Alumni Association Bonspiel. Note: This event is for U of G Alumni. Learn more here.

Campus Day

Ontario, Canada

Are you a prospective U of G student? Join us for our Spring Open House! Attend academic and student service sessions, tour campus and residence, and speak with faculty, staff and students. https://admission.uoguelph.ca/openhouse 

Donation Drive: Menstrual Hygiene Products

Help us support our U of G students' during Women's History Month by donating menstrual hygiene products as we work towards ending period poverty and ending the stigma around menstruation. Menstrual Hygiene Items that can be donated: Tampons Pads Menstrual Cups All donations will go to the Guelph Student Food Bank to support our own

Skills for Research Impact Workshop: Social Media

ONLINE Ontario, Canada

Learn all about the web 2.0! Discover how to choose social media platforms that are appropriate for your goals and audiences, and get tips on creating engaging posts. After attending this workshop, participants will be able to: Identify the benefits of using social media for knowledge mobilization Assess their own online brand and goals for

Arboretum Workshop: Virtual Bird Song – Woodpeckers and Flycatchers 

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 spring, this course is for you. Join Chris Earley, Arboretum Interpretive Biologist and author of 5 bird field guides, for a series of eight virtual

The Art of Health Winter Workshop Series, Workshop #3: Introduction to Music Therapy

MacKinnon Building 87 Trent Lane, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

An informative and experiential introduction to the use of Music Therapy in healthcare settings. Music therapy is a discipline in which Certified Music Therapists (MTAs) use music purposefully within therapeutic relationships to support development, health, and well-being. Music therapists use music safely and ethically to address human needs within cognitive, communicative, emotional, musical, physical, social,

Caribou Conservation and One Health in Canada – Dr. Quinn Webber

Waasamowin - Summerlee Science Complex Atrium 474-570 Gordon St, Guelph, ON, Canada

Caribou are an iconic Canadian species, but their populations are in decline throughout Canada. Anthropogenic disturbance, environmental degradation, and climate change are among the most important drivers of declines. While caribou conservation and management practices in Canada are varied, taking a One Health approach to tackling complex conservation problems could help improve resiliency of caribou

Arrell Food Cinema Series presents First We Eat

The Bookshelf Cinema Ontario, Canada

Join us for the Arrell Food Cinema Series presentation of First We Eat, a documentary from filmmaker Suzanne Crocker about only eating locally-grown food around Dawson City, Yukon for one year. This screening is taking place at the Bookshelf Cinema in Guelph on March 30 and will feature a panel discussion with local food systems

Virtual Bird Song – Wrens and Friends

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 spring, this course is for you. Join Chris Earley, Arboretum Interpretive Biologist and author of five bird field guides, for a series of eight virtual