Students, faculty and research staff will hear speakers discuss their strategies for engaging stakeholders, mobilizing knowledge and planning for impact.
Each year, the OAC Alumni Foundation presents the G.P. McRostie Faculty Award to a faculty member who plays a significant role in education and the OAC Alumni Association chooses three faculty members who have made outstanding contributions in teaching, research or extension. Congratulations to:
Dr. Cynthia Scott-Dupree, School of Environmental Sciences, recipient of the G.P. McRostie Faculty Award, which recognizes the importance of effective advising and mentoring by faculty who play a significant role in the education of OAC students.
Just as farmers work to protect their crops and livestock from pests and disease, technology providers, governments and farmers need to recognize potential risks associated with cyberattacks and data misuse that come with ever more pervasive “smart farming” technology, said Dr. Rozita Dara, a professor in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
The Alliance Special Initiatives Research Program is seeking Expressions of Interest for projects focused on climate change and food security.
Sustainable features and new spaces for students at the new G.M. Frost Research and Information Centre are the focus of this article in Guelph Today. The new building was largely funded by the Government of Ontario through the Agricultural Research Institute of Ontario (ARIO).
Read the full article on Guelph Today.
The free virtual event runs from 1-2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022 and is open to U of G faculty, students and staff. Register now.
Its development was funded largely by the Government of Ontario through the Agricultural Research Institute of Ontario (ARIO).
Read the story on the U of G News site: Guelph Turfgrass Institute Celebrates 35 Years With New State-of-the-Art Facility
A mental health literacy training program developed by U of G researchers for the agriculture community is one of three services offered to farmers by the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) and the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).
Andria Jones-Bitton, director of Well-Being Programming at the Ontario Veterinary College at U of G and one of the lead researchers for In The Know, is interviewed in this CBC article.
University of Guelph researchers have reached the “holy bale” in their quest to create a biodegradable alternative to about 3,500 tonnes of petroleum-based plastic hay bale and silage wrap used in Ontario each year.