University of Guelph students aim to bridge the gap between energy providers and consumers by linking energy consumption to social consequences.
Every year, Innovation Guelph nominates a select group of local, high potential companies for the Innovation Guelph Award.
According to a recent study of undergraduate students at the University of Guelph, having the ability to trace food from the farm to the grocery store is becoming increasingly important to young consumers.
A team of renowned Canadian chefs with University of Guelph connections will be showcasing Canadian cuisine in New York City on Thursday, May 21 at the James Beard House. The event marks the first time that a university has been invited to cook at the performance space, named after cookbook author, teacher and champion of American cuisine, James Beard.
The effects of "helicopter parenting" - parents who have trouble giving their children the freedom to become independent adults - can have adverse effects on their child's career, according to professor Sean Lyons and PhD candidate Josh LeBlanc.
The College of Business + Economics is excited to welcome back our alumni this June for a weekend that promises to be filled with fond memories as well as unique opportunities to explore our plans for the future.
The College of Business + Economics together with the Centre for Business and Student Enterprise (CBaSE) are proud to be part of a new initiative with Innovation Guelph to support prospective and existing women entrepreneurs in Guelph and Wellington County.
The next time you're at the grocery store, don't ignore the ugly fruits and vegetables. They're just as nutritious as the pretty ones, and buying them helps reduce food waste and can save you money at the checkout.
Professor and labour economics expert Miana Plesca made national headlines recently after being interviewed by CBC Radio and the Globe and Mail on her recent research on the gender wage gap.
Researchers from Taiwan, Germany and the US recently united at the University of Guelph to share knowledge on a subject that impacts us all: insurance. The workshop, led by professor Mike Hoy (left), welcomed attendees who explored topics ranging from the solvency of life insurance companies to preferential treatment by auto insurance providers towards hybrid vehicle drivers.