School of Environmental Sciences


In the School of Environmental Sciences (SES) we teach, study, and conduct research, in the life and physical sciences to address critical environmental issues and processes related to the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere.

SES provides and fosters academic excellence in a diverse suite of undergraduate and graduate programs focused on the comprehensive study of biotic and abiotic interactions and environmental issues in natural and managed ecosystems.

SES is a highly respected, research-intensive community that promotes communication and collaboration among academics, industry and government at the provincial, national and international levels. We also provides a portal for your exploration of the University of Guelph's extraordinary strength in environmental sciences.

Upcoming Events

Dec 02

Ecologicol Justice: an interdisciplinary talk series at the University of Guelph- Our final t

Dec 02

The Derry Lecture is sponsored by Douglas and Margaret Derry and it recognizes the interdisciplin

Dec 07

Interested members of the graduate faculty are welcome to attend.

Featured News

Seminar Public Presentation- Monday, November 23rd, 2015  Time: 9:00am-10:00am Location:   Rozanski Hall Room 106 “Opportunities and Challenges Facing the School of Environmental Sciences in the Next Five Years” Everyone is welcome to attend: Q&A sessions follows presentation


Article on Nigel Raine a professor from the School of Environmental...
In October, 2015, University Professor Emeritus, Peter G. Kevan, was...
Research article by Emmanuelle Arnaud, Anna Best, Beth Parker, Kari...

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