The Institute on Governance will be offering a hands-on and practical workshop on science communication for policy, exclusively for faculty, staff and students at the University of Guelph. Jeff Kinder and Rhonda Moore will:
Happy Friday Everyone! COESP Day is back! Join us Wednesday May 18, 2022 at the Guelph Arboretum Centre and virtually as we explore Change-Making at the University within the context of Biology Education. We will welcome our Keynote Speaker Dr. Brian Husband reflecting on the process of change, followed by a panel of change-makers at the University, leading to discussions over lunch initiating positive change within CBS.
This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled for another date. More details to follow. Please join Dean Maz Fallah for the CBS Town Hall on May 11 at 10:00 am. The Town Hall will be an opportunity to discuss equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in our the college. A recording will be available for those who are unable to attend. Discussions will centre on initiatives in the College of Biological Science, however students, staff and faculty from across the U of G campus are invited to attend.
The CBS Careers in Biology event is an excellent opportunity for graduate students in CBS to learn about career options and opportunities in the life sciences sector. Zoom links for all sessions are in the event program. Join us today! No registration required.
Come join us to share your research and see what is going on in the neuroscience world across campus! Lunch, snacks and of course coffee will be provided throughout the day. If interested in giving a talk or presenting a poster, please email Jenna Penney. Please provide a title, abstract and an author list for your talk/poster with the presenters name in bold by April 25th 2022. Register for the conference here.
The CBS Careers in Biology event is an excellent opportunity for graduate students in CBS to learn about career options and opportunities in the life sciences sector.
The Guelph Institute for Environmental Research (GIER) is excited to announce its upcoming virtual event, The Earth's New Epoch: Anthropocene Debates and Anthropocene Working group. Join us April 29th, at 1:00pm EDT, to hear from environmental historian Dr. John McNeill (Georgetown University), with Department of History Prof. and GIER Affiliate Dr. Stuart McCook, as Dr. McNeill discusses his work on the Anthropocene Working Group tasked with making the case for the Anthropocene as a new geologic epoch.
Save the date! The annual CBS Graduate Student Symposium 2022 will be happening on April 29th. We are excited to announce that attendee registration and a call to abstracts are now open. Program details will be announced soon!
Professor John Dawson, candidate for Associate Dean, Academic in the College of Biological Science, will make a public presentation. Please check your email for the Teams meeting link or contact Hillary Dort.