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Online Food Program Information Night

Grade 11 and 12 students are invited to participate in a unique opportunity to learn about food-related programs, including: Bachelor of Science majoring in Food Science Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management majoring in Food Industry Management (FIM) This event will include a program presentation and panel including current students, recent alumni, and faculty to answer all your questions.
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Online Plant Program Information Night

Grade 11 and 12 students are invited to participate in a unique opportunity to learn about plant programs, including:
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RAWF Education Symposium: Embracing Multiple Perspectives in Agri-food Sustainability

High school students and educators are invited to join us virtually at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair's Annual Education Symposium, hosted by the OAC Student Liaison Program. This two-part event includes a keynote talk and panel discussion about sustainability in the agri-food sector from multiple perspectives, including indigenous and western points of view.  Keynote: Braiding Knowledge: Growing a Healthier Food System from Our Roots Down 10:00 am-10:45 am
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Bachelor of Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice Program Information Night

Grade 11 and 12 students are invited to participate in a unique opportunity to learn about our new Bachelor of Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice (BIESP) undergraduate program.  This event will include a program presentation and panel including current student support staff, program experts, and faculty to answer all your questions. Registrants will receive a package including a University of Guelph viewbook, program brochure, and swag.
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Professional Development Conference: Animals, People, and Planet

Educators are invited to participate in a professional development event designed in partnership with Agscape to provide insight and resources connected to animal agriculture. Learn about the relationship between animals, people, and the environment by hearing from experts and researchers and leave with resources you can bring to your classroom.

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