The following invitation is extended to University of Guelph faculty on behalf of the Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CCS): The U of G IT Strategy intends to reimagine how the U of G community works, teaches, and learns, and how we can drive technological innovation to improve these critical functions.
Engineering Career Night is returning for 2020! Stop by Adams Atrium from 7pm to 9pm to network with a variety of U of G Engineering alumni and explore different career paths.
Chinova Bioworks is pioneering the use of mushroom chitosan fiber for use as a natural antimicrobial in clean label foods and beverages. Chiber™ is a natural mushroom fiber ingredient that extends the shelf life of foods and beverages. It protects the food or beverage against spoilage from bacteria, yeast, and molds.
December 6th is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. This year marks 30 years since the day that 14 young women were murdered in an attack at l'École Polytechnique in Montréal. Join the School of Engineering in remembrance of Geneviève Bergeron.
Join the Department of Physics for an evening of science and beer! Hosted by the Department of Physics, this pub night will be comprised of talks from 3M National Teaching Fellowship award winner Dr. Joanne O'Meara and VP of Brewing & Quality for Wellington Brewery Marvin Dyck as well as a sampling night of the altered states of beer and a special physics beer brewed especially for this night by Wellington Brewery!
This open house event is geared towards prospective students interested in the Science and Engineering disciplines. The day includes campus walking tours, an opportunity to speak with faculty, staff and students at the Academic and Student Services Resource Fair, drop-in residence tours, facility tours and more!
Fall Preview Day is the University of Guelph’s largest on-campus recruitment event! Take part in a resource fair in the Mitchell Gym and tours happening across campus. The event is expected to draw thousands of prospective students and their parents, who will take campus tours, learn about academic programs and meet faculty and staff. Opening sessions begin at 10 a.m. in Rozanski Hall and the Mitchell Gym (Guelph Gryphons Athletics Centre).
The Guelph Knowledge Translation and Transfer Community of Practice is hosting three sessions this fall on topics related to knowledge mobilization and innovation.