Meet Our Grad Students

OAC graduate students make up one-third of all graduate students at the University of Guelph. Graduate studies in OAC enable students to specialize in a topic specific to their interests and lead innovative research studies. Learn about the lives and research of OAC graduate students in the profiles below. 

Danielle standing on a shore with a body of water in the background.
Danielle Roy, MSc
Agricultural Economics
Fernando Montaño Lopez taking soil samples from a community garden plot.
Fernando Montaño López, MSc
Environmental Sciences
Sonia smiling with houses and greenery in the background.
Sonia Jin, MLA
Landscape Architecture
Head shot of Deus Mugabe standing in a field of soybeans.
Deus Mugabe, PhD
Plant Agriculture
Head shot of Vicki Brisson.
Vicki Brisson, MSc
Animal Nutrition
Head shot of Brad smiling in a forest.
Bradley Howie, MES
Environmental Sciences
Head shot of Casandra Bryant.
Casandra Bryant, PhD
Rural Studies
Head shot of Justice Dorleku.
Justice Dorleku, MSc
Animal Science
Head shot of Maria Benvenuto.
Maria Benvenuto, MSc
Food Safety
Head shot of Austin smiling in front of a building.
Austin Brown, MSc
Capacity Development
Head shot of Busayo Kodaolu.
Busayo Kodaolu, PhD
Environmental Sciences
Head shot of Louis Colaruotolo.
Louis Colaruotolo, PhD
Food Science
Head shot of Livia Sente.
Livia Sente, MSc
Agricultural Economics
Head shot of William Kramer.
William Kramer, MSc
Plant Agriculture
Claire Mindus, PhD
Animal Biosciences