Challenge the culture of violence and get your glitter on! The Guelph Resource Centre for Gender Empowerment and Diversity (GRCGED) is hosting a drop-in sign, button, & banner-making event on Thursday September 26, from noon-5pm in the University Centre courtyard, at the University of Guelph. This event is open to everyone who wants to end gendered violence and supports the annual Take Back the Night march. Explore your creativity and help increase awareness about ending violence against children and women-identified folks. *Open to everyone
Come on out and get yourself a smoothie! We will have smoothies available with protein, as well as a few different fruit flavour options to choose from! For only $2 per smoothie, we are talking about some great deals for some super yummy pick-me-ups!
Learn to really relax tight muscles, calm emotions, settle a busy brain, have more energy and perform better in a busy world. This 12-session program meets at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays for six weeks. The fee is $40 for U of G students, $60 for members of USW Local 4120 and $120 for everyone else.
Come out to our first general meeting on Tuesday September 26th at 5:30 pm to hear about future events, meet students with an interest in neuroscience and provide feedback on what events you would like to see this year! New members are always welcome! Stay tuned for the location.
Join us for the launch of Re•Vision: The Centre for Art and Social Justice. The Re•Vision Centre for Art and Social Justice is a newly established social science and arts-informed research centre at the University of Guelph in the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences. Re•Vision has a mandate to use arts-informed and community engaged research methods to foster inclusive communities, well-being, equity and justice.
A panel discussion on the German Election with: Alan McDougal, History, U of G Heather MacRae, Political Science, York University Phil Triadafilopoulos, Political Science, U of T Moderated by Edward Koning
With guest speaker: Ha-Joon Change
Amy Goodman, host and executive producer of Democracy Now!, acclaimed and award-winning international journalist and New York Times best-selling author, speaks about the extraordinary movements that have shaped America over the last 20 years. Co-sponsored by CFRU, College of Arts and College of Social and Applied Science. Tickets available via www.ticketfly.com
You are your best resource for success. Get to know more about the strengths you already have and learn how you can apply them to your time at UofG. Audience: First Year Students
SafeTALK is an alertness training that prepares anyone, regardless of prior experience or training, to become a suicide-alert helper. The SafeTALK trainer will demonstrate the importance of suicide alertness, assist participants to identify ways people invite help, and connect them with resources to help them when they are at risk.