Welcome to another Where are they Wednesday! Today we are featuring Joseph Cull, a History graduate from 2012.
This is a two-year postdoctoral fellowship, named in honour of the former chief librarian and chief information officer of the University of Guelph, Michael Ridley, who did much to promote the digital humanities at the University of Guelph.
17, Institute of Critical Studies, in Mexico City, Mexico, awarded an Honorary Doctorate to Canadian jazz musician and University of Guelph professor Dr. Ajay Heble.
Welcome to another Where are they Wednesday! Today we are featuring Alexandra Veitch, a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences graduate.
University of Guelph English and Theatre Studies Prof. Dionne Brand was featured in a CBC Arts article celebrating 69 LGBTQ artists who changed Canada before and after 1969 — the year many consider the beginning of the gay rights movement.
Congratulations to Leanne Milech, winner of the Carter V. Cooper Award for an emerging writer.
Welcome to the first installment of our new alumni series: Where are they Wednesdays! Michelle Bajurny is a successful designer and a proven example of how far an Arts degree from Guelph can take you.
Doctoral student Erin Schuurs’ research explores the history of country music genre in Canada. Her interview offers interesting insights into why we love or hate this genre of music. To listen, click on the link