Machine Learning Sheds Light on Optimal Nutrient Management in Water Systems.
Nutrient Overload: A Looming Threat
Meet Jocelyn, a Physics student in her final year at UofG.
Discuss your first lecture on campus and how that went.
I lived in a “Physics Cluster” in South Residence on campus my first year, meaning that everyone living in my section was majoring in physics or science. This gave me the opportunity to get to know some of my peers during Orientation Week before lectures started, so I was fortunate to be familiar with some classmates going into my first lecture.
Canada's CyberFoundry will drive Cybersecurity Research, Training, and Enterprise Incubation
The University of Guelph takes a groundbreaking step in addressing the escalating global cybersecurity challenges, including cyber poverty, by announcing the establishment of the Canada Cyber Foundry (CCF). Rooted in the School of Computer Science, this cutting-edge institute will serve as a beacon of excellence, focusing on cybersecurity research, education, and support for businesses and startups.
Last night the School of Engineering honoured their alumni, celebrating the success of three influential graduates. Leadership from CEPS and the SoE, along with fellow alumni, family and friends gathered in the Adams Atrium.
2023 Winner: Young Alumnus of Honour
Stephen Bacchus, B.(Eng.)’15
Engineering alumni Sasha Kucharczyk has accomplished great things since graduating from UofG. We asked him about his experience at the University and his life post-grad.
Q: What was your major? Why did you choose the U of G? When did you graduate?
The ONWiE Summit 2023 was a jam-packed two-day event thanks to the captivating researchers and speakers. Last week on the 14th and 15th of November, attendees enjoyed a full day of sessions, and Tuesday’s events wrapping up with a gala.
CEPS Diversity Scholarship 2023 winner Mya Simpson is an active member of the UofG community and spends most of her free time contributing to make our campus a safer and more inclusive space for everyone. We sat down with her to disucss what IEDI means to her in general and with respect to her field of study.
Give me an example of the work you are doing to improve IEDI on campus
Researchers produce and study a new class of light-sensing proteins that can help us better understand how life evolved. Proteins are indispensable molecules for sustaining life.
Each year, the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) celebrates the outstanding achievements of our students with an Awards Night that features a reception and an opportunity to recognize philanthropic contributions from friends of CEPS and the University of Guelph. Their generous contributions advance CEPS priorities and help provide pathways for accessible education through scholarships.