Poring over medieval manuscripts offers clues to early lives and times for U of G art historian
Lisa Woodcock, associate director, annual fund, in Alumni Affairs and Development.
Scholar, storyteller and Guelph student brings ideas to life
School of Engineering drives home message with high school prospects
International development student leads group aiming to reduce energy consumption
Art history prof’s research interests take her from craft revival in United Kingdom and Russia to architecture in Toronto
Engineer’s studies to provide clues about groundwater flow, contaminant transport
Obesity is a health problem, not a social issue, says Guelph prof launching project to help patients, doctors
Fire ecologist looks at how blazes affect wetlands
Grad student’s study of thermal comfort and zoo exhibit design aims to enhance life for zoo animals
Simply designed alphabet books benefit beginning readers, not just younger children, study finds
Prof. Manish Raizada is setting up a lab aimed at improving the lives of Haitians and limiting the destruction caused by natural disasters.
U of G hosts a benefit concert for Haiti relief Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in Peter Clark Hall. It features the bands Texting Mackenzie, What She Said, Tristan Raghunan and Josh Doerkson/Nathan Moore. Event sponsors are Student Life, Interhall Council and the college student governments, with support from Hospitality Services and the Brass Taps. …
President Alastair Summerlee and provost Maureen Mancuso host a “Rumour Mill” Feb. 22 from noon to 1 p.m. in Room 103 of the University Centre. The forum is a chance for the University community to ask questions and separate fact from fiction when it comes to information circulating around campus.
U of G will award almost 800 degrees and diplomas, three honorary degrees and the MacMillan Laureate in Agriculture during six winter convocation ceremonies Feb. 16 and 17 in War Memorial Hall. For a schedule of ceremonies, visit www.uoguelph.ca/convocation.
As part of International Development Week, World University Service of Canada presents a talk by Dahabo Noor Abdi, a Somali woman who completed high school in a Kenyan refugee camp and university in Canada through sponsorship, Feb. 11 at 5:30 p.m. in Room 103 of the University Centre. A pub night fundraiser for Haiti runs …
NET IMPACT COMPETITION TACKLES SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES ON CAMPUS The U of G chapter of Net Impact, an international network committed to making business a force for positive social and environmental change, is inviting students to take part in a competition to help tackle sustainability issues on campus. Teams of up to five students will be …
U of G’s Gordon Nixon Leadership Awards provide up to $10,000 to campus-based student groups to support new initiatives. The deadline for applications is Feb. 26. For more information, visit www.studentlife.uoguelph.ca/GNLA.shtml.
Applications are being accepted until Feb. 12 for this year’s student last lecturer. The Last Lecture was designed to provide an opportunity for graduating students to reflect on their time at U of G. Application forms are available at www.studentlife.uoguelph.ca/LastLecture.shtml.
Keeping up with changes in learning technology can be challenging, but Teaching Support Services (TSS) plans to tackle the challenge in a unique way when it hosts “The EdTech Un-Conference” Feb. 17 during Reading Week. The event aims to bring U of G faculty and instructional staff together to share information on how they’re using …