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2024 Partial Solar Eclipse Viewing

Join Orbax from the Department of Physics for a safe-viewing of the solar eclipse.  There will also be the option for some small groups to head up to the observatory! For more details and information about solar eclipse's, click here. 
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AI on Speaking Terms: The Role of Communication in Human-AI Collaboration as a part of the CARE-AI Seminar Series

Come out to see the latest of the CARE-AI Seminar Series with Dr. Anastasia Kuzminykh.  In this talk, she will cover some of the recent work on the Human-AI communication design that was done with the COoKIE research group, discuss its implications for the development of Safe and Responsible AI, and highlight the intriguing potential of conversational interfaces for Human-AI Collaboration. To read more and register, click here.  

CEPS 3MT® College Heat

3MT® is a university-wide competition for graduate students to present their research and its wider impact in 3 minutes or less to a panel of non-specialist judges. The challenge is to present complex research in an engaging, accessible and compelling way, using only one slide. Each college holds a heat to decide which two finalists will advance to the University of Guelph 3MT® Final Competition on April 24th. CEPS College Heat prizes are up to $500 and University Final Competition prizes are up to $1,000.

Go PHYS Girl

Women in Engineering and Physics outreach teams at the University of Guelph are piloting the first of its kind Go PHYS Girl! This event will be designed for all girl  and non-binary students in Grades 7 to 10 to spend a half-day on campus to learn all about the incredible world of Physics and future career opportunities. To learn more and register, click here. 
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World Water Day 2024

World Water Day is next Friday, March 22!  This year's theme is "Water for Peace", more details can be found on the United Nations Website.

Three Minute Thesis (3MT) – Workshop #2: Preparing your Pitch

To help students prepare a 3-minute research “pitch,” we are hosting the second interactive workshops facilitated by Dr. Jodie Salter (University of Guelph Library, Writing Specialist), Jason Dodd (University of Guelph Library, Science Learning Specialist) and Jessie Kennedy (Manager, John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise). This workshop will be held in-person (MINS 129) and online via TEAMS. More informaiton will be sent after you register. Workshop #2: Preparing your Pitch | March 13, 1:30 – 3:00PM

Workshop: Volunteer Opportunities in STEM

Join Student Volunteer Connections for their workshop on how to gain valuable experience through volunteer opportunities in STEM. Learn about how you can make the most out of your experience by engaging in numerous volunteer opportunities within the community! Learn more and register here.  

Study STEM programs at the University of Guelph Webinar

Learn what makes our Science, Computing, Engineering, Mathematics undergraduate degree programs unique. Hear from currently enrolled students and have your questions answered by our expert team.  Register here. 
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Cocoa Connections: CEPS Grad Student Mixer

Join CEPS at the Lookout to meet other graduate students, learn about the graduate clubs available in CEPS, and drink some delicious free hot chocolate with your peers! At the event, we'll also announce an exciting new initiative: CEPS Pods & Mentorship Program! Stop by from 3 to 5 p.m.! Friday, March 1 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Lookout, U.C. Level 5
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IUPAC Global Women’s Breakfast

IUPAC Global Women’s Breakfast is an amazing opportunity to celebrate what it means to be a woman in STEM.  This event aims to bring people together from all genders and all science disciplines to learn from each other, and to raise awareness of the challenges women scientists face in academic, industry and government institutions. There are also many fun prizes and raffles to be done! Registration closes February 15. Register now! 

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