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From Farmland Irrigation to Martian Exploration: 125 Years of Physics in Guelph

“I believe the scientific farmer is going to be the farmer of the future. […] If farming is to be made a success in this country, it has to be done on a scientific basis.” — J.B. Reynolds (1867-1948) With that pronouncement in 1895, the Department of Physics was born at the newly-formed Ontario Agricultural College (est. 1874). Since then, the Department of Physics at the University of Guelph has grown to become one of the most respected in Canada. With a rich history of research and a strong commitment to innovation in teaching, Guelph Physics has come a long way since its...
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Best of ChemEd 2021

Overview Join us this summer for this free three-day virtual event hosted by American Association of Chemistry Teachers (AACT). Our Best of ChemEd star lineup includes engaging and popular ChemEd presenters from Canada, US, Brazil, UK and Ireland. Together ChemEd 2023 (University of Guelph) and 2025 (Colorado School of Mines) committees are organizing the “Best of ChemEd” virtual symposium with the help of AACT. Engaging sessions each day along with social events will highlight what ChemEd is all about – a community of chemistry teachers sharing ideas, resources and...

Creative Encounters In-Person Camps

We will be running STEM-themed day camps for youth going into grades 2-3 and 4-6 in the fall during the month of August. There will be 3 camps running each week of August, with each camp having a maximum capacity of 12 campers supervised by at least 2 STEM Instructors. This reduced camper capacity will allow for proper social distancing in addition to the government-mandated COVID-19 prevention safety measures that will be followed to ensure everyone’s safety while at camp.  More Information

CEPS Science Communication Workshop: Presentation Skills (Virtual)

Details In advance of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) 2021 Graduate Student Research Day event, we would like to invite students from all units to participate in a science communication workshop focused on presentation skills. Graduate students from all units are invited to participate and the workshop is open to everyone (you do not have to be presenting at Research Day to participate in this workshop). Learning Objectives Upon completion of this workshop, students will be able to: understand the components of an effective...

CEPS Graduate Student Research Day 2021 (Virtual)

The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) invites its graduate students from all units to participate in our 2021 Graduate Student Research Day to be held virtually on October 15th, 2021, between 9:00 am and 12:00 pm. What is Grad Student Research Day? CEPS’s Graduate Student Research Day is a CV-building and learning opportunity for master’s and PhD students across CEPS’s academic units. It is a chance for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and industry partners to learn about new research being done by our graduate students, which could...

2021 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS21)

The 2021 International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS21) is the flagship event of the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology.  This interdisciplinary conference brings together researchers, engineers, policymakers, industry experts, students, and members of the public to foster dialogue about the social implications of technology and importance of responsibility during this period of unprecedented technological advancement. The program will include paper presentations, panel discussions, interactive workshops, networking opportunities, and more. In addition, the IEEE...

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