Are you an OAC grad? Join us for the 2021 OAC Alumni Association Golf Tournament! Grab fellow OAC grads and sign up as a foursome to enjoy 18 holes of golf at Victoria Park East Golf Club. We promise it will be a great day of golf, networking and connecting with old and new friends.
Food Day Canada is a chance for all Canadians to join in a celebration of our Canadian farmers, fishers, chefs and researchers and, above all, home cooks. Cook like a Canadian. Eat like a Canadian. Shop like a Canadian. Full details on the day can be found on the Food Day Canada website. See how U of G is shining a light on Canadian food and agriculture!
Join us from the comfort of your home, patio, or your cab. Enjoy an evening of fun and socializing with fellow Alumni for greetings from the OAC Dean and OAC Alumni Association followed by a friendly game of virtual trivia. Register for the OAC Alumni Association: Cheers to 100 Years here.
Calling recent OAC grads! The OAC Dean’s office is seeking your advice and input as we plan for our OAC 150th celebration in 2024. Register for the OAC Young Alumni: 150th Focus Group here.
Join the University of Guelph for a virtual celebration and connect with your U of G alumni family around the world. Learn more and register for Alumni & Reunion Week 2021 here.
OAC alumni, please join us for the OAC Alumni Association’s 2021 Annual General Meeting. Please register online using the link below. Register for the OAC Alumni Association 2021 Annual General Meeting. An email with the Zoom link and instructions will be sent before the event. For more information, please contact Cassandra Barden, Engagement Officer, OAC at firstname.lastname@example.org
This exciting virtual experience will highlight all The Arboretum at the University of Guelph has to offer. Did you know it isn't just a beautiful space to relax it is also used for teaching, conservation, and research? The event will include a short program presentation on environment related programs, a video tour of The Arboretum at the University of Guelph, and a live Q&A with an Arboretum Naturalist.
In this virtual tour of the Honey Bee Research Centre, you'll see a live apiary, honey extraction process, and a look at some current research on the University of Guelph campus. Learn about how honey bees play a key role in agricultural productivity and ecosystem sustainability by providing pollination services to crops and wild plants. Attendees will also have an opportunity to ask the Apiary Manager questions during the live Q&A.
The Ontario Dairy Research Centre at the Elora Research Station is leading dairy innovation through education and collaboration. It is a state-of-the-art 175,000 square foot facility for discovery, learning, and outreach. This virtual tour is a behind the scenes look at all parts of the facility and insight into some current research.