Centres, Institutes, and Groups

The University of Guelph's Policy and Procedures on Research Centres and Institutes, and Scholarly Chairs outlines the process for establishing a centre or institute, governance expectations and reporting requirements. The official version of this policy is housed with the University Secretariat.

  • Centres and Institutes
  • Groups
Institute for Comparative Cancer Investigation

Facilitates translational oncology research in companion animals at the OVC Mona Campbell Centre for Animal Cancer by managing clinical trials and the Companion Animal Tumour Sample Bank (CATSB). Our goals: to advance the understanding of cancer and improve treatment options to benefit both companion animal and human cancer patients.

International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation

The next generation of Guelph’s award-winning Improvisation, Community, and Social Practice (ICASP) project, an international research collaboration that uses musical improvisation as a model for building successful communities.

College of Business and Economics, International Institute for Sport Business & Leadership cornerstone with Gryphon logo International Institute for Sport Business & Leadership

The Institute aims to be the sought, referenced and intellectual home of sport business research in Canada, and the choice of doctoral students, media organizations, thought leaders and international collaborators in the field.

Logo for the College of Business and Economics John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise

The John F. Wood Centre (formerly CBaSE) aims to empower the next generation of business leaders committed to community engagement and a sustainable future. The Centre acts as a the “one-stop-shop” for innovative curricular programming, provide support for interdisciplinary and intercollegiate collaboration, and develop the next generation of entrepreneurs and further enhance the entrepreneurial ecosystem on the University of Guelph campus.

Live Work Well Research Centre

Anticipating and responding to the changing needs of families, livelihoods, and living environments through research, teaching, and knowledge sharing, which include policy-relevant and community engaged activities.