Navigating the intersection of finance and agriculture, Brianna Giger shares insights into her unique career journey at RBC. After transferring from another university where she majored in general business, Brianna discovered her passion for agriculture at the University of Guelph's Food and Agricultural Business program (BComm). In her role at RBC, she is combining her love for the agricultural industry with financial expertise at RBC. Brianna's story highlights the diverse career paths that students can develop through OAC's business major.
Water quality researcher and engineer Dr. David McCarthy has been announced as the new Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) in Waterborne Pathogens: Surveillance, Prediction and Mitigation at the University of Guelph, supported by $8 million in federal funding over eight years.
Make some room, Cannon Fire — there’s a sweet new sauce on the University of Guelph campus made by OAC students.
Travelling during your undergraduate studies can be an incredibly valuable and life changing experience. Originally from Hong Kong, Oswin will soon venture to Ireland as part of an exchange program, immersing himself in the global landscape of equine management practices. In this Q&A article, Oswin shares his unique perspective on the Equine Management program at the University of Guelph, shedding light on how his cross-cultural exploration will shape his future endeavours in the realm of horse welfare and management.
Crop Science student Clarke Picklyk (BSc Agr) will travel to Ghana as part of an exchange program where she will learn about a wide-range of agricultural practices unique to the country.
A University of Guelph researcher is the Canadian lead on a new global research centre that will investigate the challenges and opportunities of green ammonia in food production and clean energy
Could a simple practice that sees farmers move their cattle from grazing area to grazing area result in healthier cattle and less pathogens that can cause human illness reaching our soil and waterways?
OAC’s official 150th anniversary newsletter! Join us on this historical journey as we celebrate 150 years of excellence. Stay updated with our events, projects, history and more.
Crop Science student Sophie Van den Borre and her team participated in the National Weeds Science Contest in Tennessee, placing 1st in the undergraduate portion of the competition.