Retired history professor Gil Stelter received a 2006 Mayor's Award for his dedication to Guelph's architecture and culture and his passion for preserving the city's heritage.
GUELPH ANIMAL SCIENTISTS RECEIVE NATIONAL HONOURS
At the Canadian Society of Animal Science meetings in Halifax in August, Ermias Kebreab, a research associate in the Department of Animal and Poultry Science, received the Young Scientist Award, which recognizes the achievements of new members of the research community who have demonstrated excellence in animal science. At the same conference, APS graduate students Tim Caldwell and Yuri Montanholi placed second in the oral competition and third in the graduate poster competition, respectively.
INTEGRATING INFORMATION LITERACY FOCUS OF TALK
Jane Burpee, Justin Harrison and Lorna Rourke of the U of G Library presented a paper called "The Benefits of Buy-in: Integrating Information Literacy Into Each Year of an Academic Program" at the international LOEX of the West Conference in Hawaii.
KUDOS FOR FARM WRITERS
Kim Waalderbos, SPARK co-ordinator in the Office of Research, captured second place in the news release category at the Canadian Farm Writers' Federation's annual writing and broadcasting awards ceremony in Winnipeg. A silver award also went to agricultural communications students Kevin Hood, Christine Eisler and Kayla Duffield in the television news reporting category.
OVC WELCOMES NEW VTH HEAD
The Ontario Veterinary College will host a reception Oct. 4 for the new head of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Wayne Coveyduck. It begins at 3 p.m. in the Lifetime Learning Centre.