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Over 200 French-Speaking Secondary Students Welcomed to the University of Guelph for French for the Future Event

The University of Guelph's School of Languages and Literatures recently hosted the French for the Future event aimed at fostering French language and culture education among secondary school students. Over 200 French-speaking high school students from Guelph and Kitchener-Waterloo gathered on March 19 at the University Centre for a day of enriching activities.

Research with Impact. Professor Amanda Boetzkes. University of Guelph College of Arts logo.

Research with Impact: Dr. Amanda Boetzkes

Dr. Amanda Boetzkes is a professor of Contemporary Art History and Theory within the School of Fine Art and Music (SOFAM) in the College of Arts at the University of Guelph. In addition to her roles as a researcher and educator, she serves as the Art History curriculum chair within SOFAM.

Research with Impact. Professor Catherine Bush. University of Guelph College of Arts logo.

Creative Writing Prof. Inspires Action Through Climate Crisis Writing

Catherine Bush is an associate professor of Creative Writing in the School of English and Theatre Studies in the College of Arts at the University of Guelph. For the past two years, she has principally taught in the College’s Undergraduate Creative Writing Minor as well as in its new Creative Writing Major and she was the coordinator of the University of Guelph’s Creative Writing Master of Fine Arts for 14 years.

Research with Impact. Dr. Alex Souchen, Assistant Professor, Department of History, College of Arts, University of Guelph. Clouds, mountains, and evergreen trees. University of Guelph College of Arts logo.

History Prof. Studies the History of Science, Environment and Technology Its Impact on Climate Change

Dr. Alex Souchen, assistant professor in the Department of History in the College of Arts at the University of Guelph, is an esteemed faculty member recognized for his expertise in history and environmental studies. Through his role, Souchen is deeply engaged in teaching and research endeavors, aiming to uncover the intricate relationship between human history and the natural world.

Dr. Sandra Parmegiani, associate professor, European Studies and Italian, and associate director of the School of Languages and Literatures, College of Arts, University of Guelph. University of Guelph College of Arts logo.

European Studies Prof. Wins Prestigious John Bell Award as Educational Leader

Dr. Sandra Parmegiani, associate professor, European Studies and Italian, and associate director of the School of Languages and Literatures in the College of Arts at the University of Guelph, is an inspirational, caring, and determined educational leader whose contributions to the College are innumerable.

We are Hiring! Student Staff Roles 2024-2025

The Marketing, Communications and Student Recruitment team will be hiring twelve COA Student Ambassadors for the upcoming school year.

To apply, please submit a copy of your exam schedule, resume and cover letter on the application form.

International Women's Day. Professor Deirdre McCorkindale.

International Women's Day 2024 Feature: Professor Deirdre McCorkindale

Deirdre McCorkindale, assistant professor of Black Canadian Studies and History in the College of Arts, brings expertise and passion to her role. McCorkindale actively changes the narrative surrounding prevailing stereotypes of Black people in North America by highlighting their often-overlooked contributions and unifying their experiences in her research and teachings.