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GIER at The Bookshelf: The Biodiversity Crisis

  Join the Guelph Institute for Environmental Research (GIER) at The Bookshelf Cinema to learn from environmental experts learn about the upcoming Convention on Biological Diversity and what it means for Canada and the world!

Grad Chats: Social Media for Science Communication

Grad Chats Series Our November CBS Grad Chats Series workshop is fast approaching! The topic for Tuesday, November 8 is Social Media for Science Communication. Like the other workshops, this one will also be from 12 to 1 pm.  

2022 Ann Oaks Lecture in Biological Sciences

We are pleased to inform you that we will be hosting the 2022 Ann Oaks Lecture in Biological Sciences on October 26, from 1 to 3 pm in the Arboretum. Our speaker this year is Dr. Julio Martinez-Trujillo, a world-renowned expert in cognitive neurophysiology. The title of his presentation is “Brain Filters: How Attention Filters Out Distraction”.

Government of Canada Virtual Networking Event

Engage with Government of Canada departments and agencies from the comfort of home! Attend one, a few or all sessions to create your own networking experience. This unique opportunity is exclusive to U of G students. This year's sessions include:

One Health Fall 2022 Seminar Series

The next One Health seminar will be Food Web Assembly featuring Dr. Andrew MacDougall, a professor in the Department of Integrative Biology. Learn more about the One Health Fall 2022 Seminar Series.  

CBS Town Hall with Dr. Maz Fallah, Dean of CBS

Please join Dr. Maz Fallah, Dean of the College of Biological Science, for a CBS Town Hall on October 19 at 12:00pm-1:00pm. The topic for this edition is equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in the College of Biological Science.

Graduate Studies Preview Day

2022 Graduate Studies Preview Day Registration is now open for our Online Graduate Studies Preview Day!

Truth and Reconciliation Reflection Ceremony

Truth and Reconciliation Reflection Ceremony   On September 30th, the day for Truth and Reconciliation, this ceremony will offer a safe place to reflect on the transgenerational impacts of the Indian residential school system, honouring those Indigenous children that died, the survivors, and their families.  

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