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.
This week CEPS was proud to hold Student Research Day for undergraduate and graduate students to compete in a poster presentation. The event was well attended with students from every department competing, and the University of Guelph's Chancellor Mary Anne Chambers and the Interim Vice President of Research on hand to view the innovative research of the next generation of scientists. After welcoming remarks from Interim Dean Richard Zytner two students gave presentations on active research projects in Chemistry and Engineering.
Six University of Guelph (U of G) students in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) will receive $17,500 scholarships from the Vector Scholarships in Artificial Intelligence, to support their pursuit of a master’s degrees at U of G in Fall 2023.
On Wednesday, March 22nd, the University of Guelph celebrated gender equity with the annual HeForShe event, a cross campus initiative supported by the Lang School of Business, Gryphon Athletics, and the School of Engineering.
On Tuesday, March 28th, the CEPS 3MT® college heat welcomed 8 participants who had 3 minutes to present their thesis.
On November 10, 2022, the CEPS community celebrated outstanding undergraduate students.
Thirty 2022 awards will be given to outstanding graduating CEPS students for their achievements.
We spoke to Victoria about her Research Assistantships, her academic experiences, and her plans for next year.
The CEPS dean's office and schools of computer science and engineering gave 67 awards this year.
Seventy-five awards bestowed from the dean’s office and schools of computer science and engineering.