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Visit to Health Canada in Ottawa

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    Back by popular demand, U of G is organizing a trip to Ottawa to provide undergrad and grad students a unique opportunity to visit Health Canada! An information session will be held on Tuesday, October 16th from 6:30pm-7:30pm in Rozanski 102.   During this trip, you’ll be able to:
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7th Annual CBS HK5K Run

Walk or run this 5K route through the beautiful Arboretum. Event registration begins at 9 am, with the run/walk taking off at 10 am. The starting location is at the Arboretum kiosk located on Arboretum Road, east of Alumni House and P15. A site map is available here (PDF). $15 per person until 9 am, October 16 $20 on Race Day Kids 12 and under are free!

Info Session for Trip to Health Canada in Ottawa on Nov. 2

Back by popular demand, U of G is organizing a trip to Ottawa to provide undergrad and grad students a unique opportunity to visit Health Canada! An information session will be held on Tuesday, October 16th from 6:30pm-7:30pm in Rozanski 102.   During this trip, you’ll be able to:
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Vaughan Walk for Lyme 2018

Register now for the Vaughan Walk for Lyme 2018 A great way to enjoy the early fall weather! Spend a fun filled morning on a 5 km leisure walk with your family and pets to help raise awareness of Lyme Disease. All net proceeds from this event will go directly to the G. Magnotta Foundation for Vector-Borne Diseases to benefit Canada's first translational Lyme Disease Research Lab at the University of Guelph.

Measuring your research impact and promoting knowledge translation online

Would you like to know more about measuring your research impact and how to promote knowledge translation online? Join us for two workshops organized by the The College of Biological Science. Open to staff, faculty, grad students and post-docs, these workshops will take place:   Date: June 28 Time: 1:00-1:40pm; 1:50-2:30pm with a short break between sessions

CBSAA Family Day at RBG

CBS alumni and their families are invited to join us for a complimentary lunch and an afternoon of exploring the Royal Botanical Garden courtesy of the CBSAA. Guests can enjoy RBG's 2,400+ acres of natural spaces and 300 acres of gardens! Hear from guest speaker Dr. Melanie Wills (Director of the G. Magnotta Lyme Disease Research Lab at the College of Biological Science).

COESP Day

See the flyer with links for registration

2017 ANN OAKS LECTURE IN THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Dr. Julie LaRoche, CRC Tier 1 at Dalhousie University will discuss the multifaceted role of diazotrophs in the ocean during her presentation on Tuesday, November 28th, 2017 at 1 PM in Peter Clark Hall.  **All are welcome to attend.** Small reception to follow lecture.   Please see attached poster for further details.  

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