Guest Lecture Farmer Suicides and Family Dynamics By Palagummi Sainath Join us for a discussion with Palagummi Sainath, Rural Reporter & Founding Editor of the People's Archives of Rural India. Register at the event website below
Join us for an informal conversation with ecologist and geomatics information expert Matt Carlson With more than 20 years of strategic and hands-on experience working with governments and First Nations communities, Carlson will share how land-use change information can be used to support decision making. Presented by Kinross Chair in Environmental Governance.
Feelings First Therapy Group 4-week emotion regulation workshop for parents and children Is your child or teen having trouble controlling their emotions? Are they experiencing: Depression intense emotions adjusting to divorce anger/acting out behavioral challenges anxiety Emotion-focused family therapy can help you support your child’s emotion regulation, improve your relationship, and help set appropriate limits. Join us for a 4-week workshop starting October 25th
Join us for an interactive session with Mr. Vikas Swarup, High Commissioner of India to Canada In a career spanning more than 30 years, Mr.Swarup has served in diplomatic assignments in Ankara, Washington DC, Addis Ababa, London, Pretoria and OsakaKobe. After serving as Joint Secretary United Nations (Political), he was appointed the official spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs in April 2015 in which capacity he was serving till being appointed as the High Commissioner of India to Canada.
Research in Focus photo contest - Deadline extended to October 31, 2018! Help us put your University of Guelph research in focus!
Back by popular demand, U of G is organizing a trip to Ottawa to provide undergrad and grad students a unique opportunity to visit Health Canada! An information session will be held on Tuesday, October 16th from 6:30pm-7:30pm in Rozanski 102. During this trip, you’ll be able to:
Presented by the Hub for Teaching and Learning Excellence The Hub for Teaching and Learning Excellence is hosting a lunch and learn session to learn through a student lens about the development of co-constructed learning spaces. Students will share an experience where they were challenged to “rethink the human” by centering on the lives and experiences of queerness, disability, people of colour, fatness, and other marginalized bodies to meaningfully engage theoretical and applied learnings in the classroom environment.
Scholars at Risk (SAR) is a global network that advocates for academic freedom worldwide and connects vulnerable scholars with universities seeking to host them. Dr. Evren Altinkas is the first visiting professor who has joined the University of Guelph through the SAR network. In this lecture, he will provide comparative historical insights about academics in Europe, North America, and the Middle East to address the issue of academic freedom.
U of G Sexuality Conference Theme: Redefining Relationships and Sexual Health.