Grade 10, 11 and 12 high school students, parents, guidance counsellors and teachers are invited to this opportunity to learn more about animal programs offered through the Ontario Agricultural College of the University of Guelph. This free event includes a light dinner and parking! Download the Animal Program flyer.
Past Events from November 2014
Join us for the official launch of the University of Guelph's Food Map.
Join the Ontario Farmland Trust to celebrate 10 years of protecting "Farmland Forever". Enjoy local food, a silent auction, music by Norman Liota, the opportunity to connect with friends of farmland from across the province, and entertainment by humorist and award-winning playwright Dan Needles.
This is a Campbell Centre for the Study of Animal Welfare Animal Behaviour and Welfare Seminar to be presented by Prof. Juan Villalba, Utah State University. More details on Animal Behaviour & Welfare are available here.
This year's lecture will be given by Prof. Juan Villalba from Utah State University on:
The OAC Undergraduate and Diploma Awards will recognize excellence and leadership among our students and the generous support of our donors. By invitation only.
Jelle Therry, Project Manager at WEST 8 in Rotterdam, Netherlands will be speaking on "Parks / Squares / Landscapes / Objects" and profiling West 8's innovative projects. Full event details are available here.
Theme: Advancing Plant Health in a Changing World Speakers Dr. Eric Tedford - Fungicide Technical Product Lead for Syngenta, North Carolina Dr. Roger Day - Deputy Director, CABI, Nairobi, Kenya Dr. Craig Drury, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Harrow Dr. Crystel Olivier, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Saskatoon Student Competitions Crop Life Canada -Ontario Region graduate student poster and paper competition Dr. C.R. Harris undergraduate student poster competition
The Guelph Food Safety Seminar Series presents: Title: Investigation of a large foodborne illness outbreak associated with the consumption of cronut burger at the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) Speaker: Sylvanus Thompson, PhD, CPHI(C), Associate Director, Toronto Public Health
Atrium, Summerlee Science Complex, University of Guelph Crack the complex issue of food waste in just 24 hours. Teams of University of Guelph students will compete to create a dynamic programming and marketing solution to a food waste issue. Students will gather in the Summerlee Science Complex Atrium where they will be introduced to the problem before the competition clock starts at 11am. Students then have 24 hours to develop both strategic, and software solutions to the problem.