Orbax and Dr. O'Meara in front of inflatable black planetarium on turf field.

Portable Planetarium Launch

Royal City Science and the Department of Physics at U of G have become the proud new owners of a portable planetarium with the help of a grant from the Canadian Space Agency and a donation from an emeritus professor in Physics.

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U of G launches the Canada Cyber Foundry to Eliminate Cyber Poverty by 2030

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.

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Student feature: Kira Tarasuk

Meet Kira Tarasuk, a 5th year student at the University of Guelph, majoring in Math with an emphasis in Computer Science. Kira established herself as a champion for the Math and Stats program by becoming involved in both extracurricular and academic activities.

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Tremaine Speaker Series for Women in Science

Last week, the University of Guelph was fortunate to welcome Dr. Jennifer Heemstra, to our campus as the feature of the Tremaine Speaker Series for Women in Science.

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CEPS Student Feature- Smaranjeet Singh

Choosing the right post-secondary school and program heavily impacts the course of one’s life. Smaranjeet is from Delhi, India who decided to take the journey to Canada, where he is currently a third-year Computer Science major at the University of Guelph.

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