More than 40 University of Guelph (U of G) faculty, staff and students came together at the Bullring on February 27 for the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) global women’s breakfast. An open panel discussion on being women in STEM followed in the afternoon.
Dr. Animesh Dutta and Dr. Beth Parker have been named as CEPS Leadership Chairs.
Mathematics professors lead the revolution in carbon capture solvent discovery.
Jack MacDonald, a former physics professor, vice-president (academic) and acting president at U of G sadly passed away in December of 2022. Jack's career as an academic was extensive and did not end at the U of G. He went on to head the Manukau Institute of Technology in New Zealand, where he was known for increasing access to education for Maori students.
Professor Stefan Kycia named Chair, Department of Physics, at the University of Guelph.
Six doctoral students from Mathematics and Statistics, Engineering, Computer Science and Chemistry, receive prestigious federal and provincial funding.
A U of G team is partnered with Johns Hopkins University to develop sustainable mining.
The CEPS community gathered on campus to celebrate graduate student research through poster and oral presentations.
Twenty-three faculty and students featured in local spin on national Women in STEM exhibition until February 2023.
U of G’s AI centre awards seed funding to projects spanning environment, health and societal wellness.