For our last CCSAW Seminar of the academic year, we were lucky enough to host Western Carolina University’s Dr.
The University of Guelph’s Saputo Dairy Care Program is continuing this year in the digital space and has attracted increased interest from international veterinary students. Read more...
How do groups like veterinarians, veterinary students, farmers, and the public perceive priorities and barriers to improving animal welfare? In her talk, Thinking and communicating about farm animal welfare: "de-polarizing" stakeholder views and why this matters, Dr.
The University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College (OVC), with over 20 CCSAW associated faculty members, has placed fifth worldwide and first in Canada in the 2021 World University Rankings.
The annual World University Rankings by the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) international education network lists the world’s best universities in 51 academic subjects and includes some 1,300 universities from 80 locations around the world.
Congratulations to Dr. Tina Widowski, one of thirteen University of Guelph faculty members to be awarded a Research Leadership Chair (RLC). The RLC program recognizes research excellence of mid- to late-career-stage faculty who have proven records of distinguished and sustained scholarly work.
A first-ever study, funded by CCSAW and led by Dr. Trevor DeVries with lead author Dr. Megan King, has discovered that dairy herd health may be linked to the farmer’s mental well-being.
How well can you recognize and interpret kitten behaviour?
Participate in a NEW SURVEY (25 January 2021) investigating participants’ abilities to rate different categories of kitten behaviour in videos. The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
This study is part of Courtney Graham’s PhD research at the Ontario Veterinary College, which focuses on understanding and preventing fear in kittens.
Boredom is an all-too-familiar feeling for many of us – especially as we navigate a global pandemic and are discouraged from engaging in many of the activities we normally would.
Improving lives of pets, veterinary clients and veterinary teams through communication and relationship-building is the goal of a new $1-million chair awarded at the University of Guelph.
As we move into 2021, the challenges faced and lessons learned by many in the equine industry can help to navigate the continuing changing landscape for horse owners and caretakers.